NFL Street 2 (Xbox) by Electronic Arts



NFL Street 2 (Xbox) by Electronic Arts Box Art




Release Date
December 23, 2004.

Average Overall Score:
7.00 / 10
70.0%

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Tuesday, December 28, 2004

User Reviews

Score: 70
Overall User Average: 7.00 / 10 (70.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 8.00 / 10
Graphics User Average: 9.00 / 10
Sound User Average: 10.00 / 10
T-Dub
Date reviewed: August 8, 2005.

Overall: this game is what should have come out first. It only adds to its predessecor. The added game modes are pretty cool. The only problem with this game is that it doesn't have much replay value.
Gameplay: The new game modes like crush the carrier and own the city are lots better. The only problem is that you cant max out your team. The new game modes are fun for a while but then they get old after you have to beat every team in the league and get an oksy reward. Doesn't make me happy to spend so much time on a game then not get something in return. I guess that you can export your created character into Madden 2006 is good enough. The running on walls and new jukes makes the game a lot more open than in the first one.
Graphics: The visuals are a little bit better than in the first street. The have added a new lighting system that adds to the realism of the game. The game is supposed to be a liitle on the fictional side though. The chracter models are a little generic and the fields are a little farfetched.
Sound: I like the soundtrack of this game and it allows for custom soundtracks. Theis makes it the best thing they could have done with this game. It has a strong soundtrack plus you can add to it with your own musci.
Suggestions: There could have been more added to this game to make it better. It felt like the old game with a few added game modes and jukes. The custom soundtracks is nice though and i thank EA for finaly allowing this in their game.


Overall: 70 %
Gameplay: 80 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 100 %

NFL Street 2 News

NFL Street 2 Reaches Gold
Action packed arcade style football will be returning to your living room shortly with the upcoming release of NFL Street 2. NFL Street 2 has gone gold and is scheduled to hit store shelves December 26th.

EA Announces NFL STREET 2 Cover
New cover features Jeremy Shockey and Hip-Hop Artist, Xzibit.

NFL Street 2 In Development
EA announced today that NFL Street 2 is in development and it will be on Xbox Live, the game is scheduled for an early 2005 release.

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