FIFA Street PlayStation 3
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Released on 16-Mar-2012
From the creators of the award-winning EA Sports FIFA franchise, and inspired by street footballers from around the world, FIFA Street is the most authentic street football game ever made. Enjoy a unique, fun experience where everything from the environments to the gear to the music is true to street football and its culture. Powered by the revolutionary FIFA gameplay engine, and introducing Street Ball Control, FIFA Street delivers an arsenal of groundbreaking street dribbling styles and trick moves that ignite the one-on-one battles.
Whether performing one panna after another without breaking a sweat the way the game is played in Amsterdam, or a physical, fight-for-possession style the way players compete in London, fans will enjoy the highest fidelity of ball control and responsiveness than anything ever experienced. Compete everywhere from parking lots to prestigious 5v5 futsal-style tournaments in the world’s biggest cities. Play with and against the stars of the most popular clubs in the world—or real-life street players—and compete at more than 35 locations around the world.
FIFA Street on PlayStation 3 Key Features
- Street Ball Control - Enjoy a superior fidelity of ball control and responsiveness than anything ever experienced. Street Ball Control replicates the touch, creativity and flair players bring to the streets. Take on the challenge of beating—and embarrassing!—your opponent in one-on-one battles, utilizing new dribble styles, and an arsenal of new skill moves.
- Standing Dribble - Bait and beat opponents in one-on-one battles! From a stationary position, maneuver the ball backwards, forwards and side-to-side to lure an opponent into making the first move, and then launch a counter move by beating him with a panna or trick move.
- Street Dribble - An evolution on FIFA 12’s Precision Dribbling, Street Dribble puts your players in position to face opponents at any moment, lets you deftly maneuver while keeping them on their heels, and puts you in a more dangerous scoring position. Utilize close dribble touches in tight spaces, under pressure, and even while fending off an opponent.
- All-New Skill Moves - Over 50 never-before-experienced skill moves to beat your opponents and look good doing it.
- Aerial Skills - Get the ball off the ground and make your move. Show your flair by juggling, fool a defender with a pass or shot, or pull off a skill move that leaves them watching.
- World Tour - A connected, social game mode that enables you to create yourself in game, build your own team of street stars, and progress to become the best street team in the world. Compete in tournaments and complete challenges to progress from your local tournaments to the Street Football World Championship. Earn over 100 different styles, tricks & celebrations to grow your player to compete with more style and flair. Plus, unlock over 225 items for your squad, including team kits, street wear, boots, environments and teams.
- Tournaments - Compete in 16 different tournaments. Play connected, against teams created by other gamers—all grown based on the gamers’ own style and preferences. Step up your game by not just playing against other gamers’ teams–-but against other gamers, head-to-head online.
- Street Challenges - Complete 20 street challenges to get the chance to bring other players onto your squad—including real-world street footballers, or stars from your favourite clubs. Play with or against 1-4 players with varying game rules including Panna Rules (score by kicking the ball through your opponent’s legs), Entertainment Points (win by entertaining the crowds), and Last Man Standing (score and lose a man).
- Street Network - Capture video of your best tricks and share it in-game with friends in your network. Plus, track and compare you and your friends progress in tournaments, challenges and Online Seasons through Friends Leaderboards, and follow each other’s status in EA SPORTS Football Club.
- Head-to-Head Online Seasons - Compete with your created team in 5v5, 6v6 or futsal matches in ranked online play with seasons, promotions, and relegation. You have 10 games per season to earn enough points to be promoted or avoid relegation. Higher divisions mean better competition.
- Own the Street - From parking lots to rooftop arenas, FIFA Street will feature 35 unique environments, including iconic locales like Rio de Janeiro, London, Amsterdam and New York.
- Complete Customization - Enjoy customizable matches to replicate the unique ways the game is played around the world, including the number of players, and match types. Take on the challenge of performing trick moves and panna’s in a game in Amsterdam, futsal-style matches with no wall play in Spain, or a physical 5v5 contest in the UK.
- FIFA Gameplay Engine - FIFA Street utilizes the best features from the critically-acclaimed FIFA gameplay engine, including the Impact Engine, Precision Dribbling, Personality+ and more.
- Licensed Clubs - Featuring stars of Manchester United, Barcelona, Real Madrid and many of the top clubs in the world. Play with Rooney, Kaka, and many of your favorite players decked out in authentic kits, training gear and street gear.
- Street Stars - Introducing real street stars plucked from streets all over the world. Play with and against freestylers who compete in the real-world tournaments.
- EA SPORTS Football Club - From the first nutmeg on, you will be contributing to your EA SPORTS Football Club identity.
FIFA Street to be more arcadey/strong>
Sid Misra, producer of EA's upcoming FIFA Street, has promised fans that the new game will address criticisms of 2008's FIFA Street 3, the last entry in the series.
?IFA Street 3 in particular left a bad taste in people? mouths,?Misra told Gamasutra. ?he art style wasn? really well received, and I think that? partly an indication of where the overall game quality was.?
Key to the problem, according to Misra, was that FIFA Street 3 was created from scratch rather than using the existing FIFA engine: ?asically, they were trying to build a street football game without a football engine underneath it.?/p>
As a result, the new FIFA Street, which takes a more freestyle approach to the game than the stadium-based main series, will be based on the same code foundations as FIFA 12. ?or us to make a good street football game,?Misra explained, ?e had to have an engine flexible enough to do a physical game like they play in London or a stylish game like they play in Rio. We think that the things people can do in street football already are pretty amazing. If we can capture that properly, by definition FIFA Street will be a more arcadey game.?/p>
Fans will be able to see for themselves in March, when FIFA Street launches for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Dubbed the Street Network, the feature will be built into the new Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 when it launches in March 2012, providing fans with new ways of tracking each others' progress and comparing achievements.
Central to the Street Network will be a video recording tool that lets users capture footage of their best tricks and skills to share with and impress their friends.
Producer Sid Misra said: "Street football is all about the one-on-one battle, when you pull off a trick to roast your opponent. The Street Network brings that real-world swagger into the game."
The new game revives the FIFA Street series after a hiatus of several years and is the first to be developed by the core FIFA team at EA Canada.
EA Sports urban kickabout FIFA Street has been given a confirmed release date of March 16th in the UK. The game, a 5-a-side spin off from the core FIFA series, uses the same shiny game engine as its blockbuster sibling but places greater emphasis on stylish play and fast paced goalmouth action.
In keeping with its rough and ready showboating style, FIFA Street will also debut the Street Network, which will allow players to follow each others performance, and post videos of their best moments for the community to share.
"Street football is all about the one-on-one battle, when you pull off a trick to roast your opponent," reckons producer Sid Misra. "The Street Network brings that real-world swagger into the game by enabling players to capture video of those moments and share them with everyone in their street network to see, and providing friends with a way to compare each other throughout the game."
The massively popular football franchise is well known for its huge selection of officially licensed players and teams, so the new four-year deal will be welcomed by sports fans with an eye for authenticity.
From next year onwards, FIFA players will be able to see the likes of Petr Cech, Tomas Rosicky and Milan Baros lining up in their official national strips across all modes.
Matt Bilbey for EA Sports said: "For all our fans that support and love Czech football, this will only add to the authentic FIFA experience they enjoy."
FIFA 12, the most recent instalment in the series, recently became the top-selling sports game in UK history, after topping the charts for a total of eight weeks.
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