Overall User Average: 9.00 / 10 (90.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 9.50 / 10
Graphics User Average: 8.00 / 10
Sound User Average: 8.50 / 10super_ryu
Date reviewed: July 23, 2004.
Overall: This is a very fun and addictive game. I got this from a friend and its very fun to play (with other people). There should be "Street" themed games like these for different sports (like NHL Street). Gameplay: Theres some cool variety of modes in this. You can make your own football team, and play against NFL teams to get development points, play books, etc... so this game will never get you bored. On top of that theres those normal exibition games to play with friends and such. Graphics: This game was pretty good visually. You can customize your own team's appearences and such (like facial, height, weight, color, clothing, etc...). But the players, and fields couldve been better. Sound: There are alot of cool music tracks on it. And also the players say alot of different things at different times (like make fun of somebody, or gloat). But all the hits sounded the same, and their could've been variety in that. Suggestions: Make it available for live! And make it so you can buy stuff from a store (store mode), like stadiums, helmets, accessories etc...) Also a few more game modes wouldnt hurt.
Overall: Great game. It is an obvious PS2 part but that doesn't take away from the fun. It is addicting, and the whole development challenges and environment interaction are great. No XBL obviously hurts it. Gameplay: Fast and furious. It's extremely fun and addicting. I enjoy it much more than NBA Street Vol. 2. The controls are so good and easy to pick up right away. definitely for a party. The only downplay is that there's not much depth. Could be better modes. Graphics: The only positive here is that you can change the appearance. Even that isn't so great because there isn't much selection. It looks like a PS2 game. The models aren't very detailed. The faces don't have much selection to choose from. This is the games obvious weakpoint. Sound: The sound is a toss-up. he soundtrack is great and you can have your own music. The ingame music is iffy. The trashtalking isn't as great as I expected. The soundtrack is just as great as Madden though.. if you like Rap that's a good thing. Suggestions: Make it live. Also make the NFL players better so that there is some incentive on using your development points on them.
NFL Streets Goes Gold
Electronic Arts today announced that NFL Street has gone Gold on all console platforms - Playstation 2, GameCube and Xbox - and will ship to retailers on January 13th, 2004. NFL Street Soundtrack Artists Revealed
NFL STREET comes from the developers of Madden NFL Football and blends fast paced arcade action with street culture to create a unique new gameplay experience where NFL stars become larger than life personalities. Big Time Athletes Cover NFL Street
EA Announces NFL STREET Cover Athletes Barry Sanders, Ricky Williams, and Shannon Sharpe. NFL STREET, which is being developed by EA Tiburon, is slated to ship in January of 2004. First Batch of NFL Street Screens
The first batch of NFL Street screenshots have hit the web and weve got em. NFL Street Announced
EA is taking Football to the street in this press release announcing the newest title in the EA BIG department.