Street Power Soccer focuses more on fancy footwork and style rather than traditional gameplay, but doesn't live up to what it alluded to. It offers multiple modes, although some of them are lackluster compared to others. Matches feel very short and some gimmicks don't feel as prominent, but at least the soundtrack is really good.
FIFA Street, this ain't. Street Power Football is nothing more than a series of mediocre minigames, and none of them feel even remotely like you're playing football. Add less than stellar animations and a steep price tag, and you'll realize Street Power Football just isn't worth your hard-earned money.
Street Power Soccer lacks the street cred it really could use because as it is, there is little incentive to keep on playing. It doesn’t help that despite nice animations, the game’s overall appearance is so last generation. Local versus and co-op play lift spirits a bit until you realize that there is no real content to anything as the matches are over so quickly. There is also a very rudimentary online option but I couldn’t find any opponents whenever I tried it. It tells that Street Power Soccer is practically dead on arrival.
There are very few reasons to recommend Street Power Football. No aspect of the game really stands out. If you're thrilled to play another FIFA Street, this game isn't representative of that experience either. The worst of all? The game is available at a price of $ 50.
Summary Throw it down and bring your best – streetstyle football is here. Sick style and high-energy action come together in this completely over-the-top football experience. Featuring six distinct game modes from open-ended Freestyle and Trick Shot modes to head-to-head competition in Panna and up to 3v3 matches in Street Power mode, you’ve ne...