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NFL Street
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platform: Xbox
List Price: $49.99
Price: $18.95
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ESRB Rating: Everyone
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  • Four gameplay modes
  • Eight different locations
  • For 1 or 2 players
  • Street football simulation with attitude
  • Play with NFL players or create your own
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Product Description
A new brand of football meant only for the streets. Hard-hitting 7-on-7 arcade gameplay challenges players to show their skills on both offense and defense. Big jukes with bone-crunching tackles, pitches, and a wealth of showboat moves are available. Create your team, equip them how you want, and get ready for some amazing hard-hitting football with NFL Street f Review
Given the success of NBA Street it was only a matter of time before EA Sports took the street concept to its flagship sport, football. And even though there really is no such thing as street football, the concept is a winner. Straight up smash mouth football with no penalties and no clock--just the ball, the field, seven vs. seven playing offense and defense, all for the glory of the game? Boom! Wap!

The game licenses all the NFL teams and some 100 big-league players. The characters models are exaggerated, so don't expect likenesses to be exact, but it's fun taking a bunch of current Packer greats and stuffing the rock down the throats of seven Rams. Game modes let you choose players from single teams or create your own pro bowl, and there is a nice assortment of QBs, RBs, corners, WRs, tight ends, and O and D-linemen. There's a lot of strategy in picking your team. Sure, running backs and quarterbacks are givens, but a corner can intercept better than a wide receiver though he won't catch as well. A big offensive lineman can be useful, but he doesn't tackle well when forced to play defense. When playing two-player, you can really stack your line and shut down the enemy passing or running attack, or go for a balanced corp.

You can play a ladder or league by creating your own team, which is annoyingly time consuming. An option to draft your own NFL stars and go through would be nice, instead you have to pick a cadre of nobodies and fill out their stats. Pick a name, a logo, and try to beat the pros with your average Joes. Winning gives you points and you can upgrade from there. It's a nice option but only for the hardcore players; casual players are effectively shut out from continuing play because of it.

EA hired "street" artists to design wonderful load screens, but this makes the player models look dull by comparison. One wishes they had used cel shading and that street look to the characters, but instead we get freakish players that generally look the same. Uninspired, un-intimidating, and, frankly, boring.

The gameplay works. There's a nice assortment of offensive, defensive, and trick plays. There are no special teams, no punting, and extra points are two points for a pass, one for a run. Mastering the buttons is key because the game rewards style, impressive plays, and more. Gathering these points opens new playing fields and, if you like, can be a victory option. The computer is programmed to catch up when behind, annoyingly so, so this is more of a blast against a human opponent. The fast action and brutal hits are reminiscent of NFL Blitz (which is a better game) but EA Big has started something here. Next year this could be really big. --Andrew S. Bub --this text refers to the PlayStation2 version of the game

Product Details
  • ASIN: B0000VSH3Q
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 Based on 33 reviews.
  • Sales Rank: 4418

Customer Reviews

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

5Ladder mode is fun, Apr 20, 2023
This game is phat because of the laddder challenge mode. It really stimulates your brain. You have tough games like The Packers, Chiefs, Colts, Jaguars, Patriots, 49ers, Buccaneers, and The All NFL Legends. But hey it's all worth it. It really makes you feel good after you win those games. A must get for the real football fan!

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

5Off the chain football action, Dec 12, 2022
This game is mad tight. The pick-up games are fun when you get to have a team with D-Mac, T.O., Charles Woodson, and Simeon Rice. I hate though when you got a team on the ropes that they can come back. That's the problem I'm having with Tampa Bay in the ladder challenge. Someone tell me how to beat them so I can defeat The NFC South. Otherwise it's a great game.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

4good start, Nov 28, 2022
Well This game could have been much more instead the developers got lazy and decided to leave it as is.Not saying that the game isn't very good mind u...but it could have been jus as good as nba street 2.
Graphics: The players look really good and this could be the game where nfl players get real pub, cuz is the real nfl u can't even see their faces. The fields are so so.... could have used a lil more fans on the side watchin and cheerin. but over all the game looks very nice...full of color and awesome animation.

Sound:Real cool sound.Except the player chatter is kinda corny and repetitive.. the music is cool but the ingame music should have been real music instead of the stupid 3 instrumentals u get. The game shines with the tackle sounds...damn when u get hit it sounds like a car crash VERY nice indeed.

Replay:not much the developers thought it best to set the game so when all your tokens run out u can't replay the other challenges to unlock all the plays and logos and stuff... this is Stupid!!!!
The legends in the game are nice...but only a handful which really sux cuz there are better guys that could have been added.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

4Fun, Nov 26, 2022
This game is very fun if your good at it. Thepays are cool and the way that the game can go out of control with one fumble or interception. Yes this game was a rip off of NBA street but who cares if they can pull it off more power too em. FIFA Street will come out pretty soon.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

4Sweet Game, Oct 23, 2023
NFL street is cool because of the graphes.
You can do a quick game and be a real team.
You can make your own team on a pickup game
aganst your enimes in the NFL.
If you want to unlock stuff play an NFL challenge.


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