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FIFA Street

FIFA Street

Nintendo GameCube - February 22, 2005

FIFA Street is a sports video game developed by Alex Shulmann and published by Electronic Arts. It is commentated on by MC Harvey of the So Solid Crew. It was released in February 2005 for PlayStation 2, Xbox and Nintendo GameCube. The cover features Brazilian international footballer Ronaldinho.

FIFA Street

FIFA Street

Windows - February 22, 2005

FIFA Street is a sports video game developed by EA Canada and published under the EA Sports BIG label. It is commentated on by MC Harvey of the So Solid Crew. It was released in February 2005 for PlayStation 2, Xbox and Nintendo GameCube. The cover features Brazilian international footballer Ronaldinho.

FIFA Street

FIFA Street

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 22, 2005

As a spin-off of the FIFA lineage, FIFA Street combines arcade action with the culture of freestyle street soccer. By removing the rules from the simulation soccer experience, FIFA Street exposes the heart of the world's beautiful game, on-the-ball flair and individual style. Leading this movement are the worlds top professional players, showing off their skills and individual style in 4-on-4 match-ups against the backdrop of global venues that represent the true culture of street soccer. In the game's dynamic 1-on-1 encounters, beating your opponent will require skill, technique, and the...

FIFA Street

FIFA Street

Microsoft Xbox - Released - February 22, 2005

As a spin-off of the FIFA lineage, FIFA Street combines arcade action with the culture of freestyle street soccer. By removing the rules from the simulation soccer experience, FIFA Street exposes the heart of the world's beautiful game, on-the-ball flair and individual style. Leading this movement are the worlds top professional players, showing off their skills and individual style in 4-on-4 match-ups against the backdrop of global venues that represent the true culture of street soccer. In the game's dynamic 1-on-1 encounters, beating your opponent will require skill, technique, and the...

FIFA Street 2

FIFA Street 2

Microsoft Xbox - February 28, 2006

FIFA Street 2 is the 2006 sequel to the EA Sports video game FIFA Street. A new "trick stick beat" system was introduced and new authentic tricks were also introduced. The game was released for the GameCube, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PSP, Xbox, and mobile phones. The player on the game cover is Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo.

FIFA Street 2

FIFA Street 2

Nintendo DS - Released - February 28, 2006

FIFA Street 2 is the 2006 sequel to the EA Sports video game FIFA Street. A new "trick stick beat" system was introduced and new authentic tricks were also introduced. The game was released for the GameCube, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PSP, Xbox, and mobile phones. The player on the game cover is Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo.

FIFA Street 2

FIFA Street 2

Nintendo GameCube - February 28, 2006

FIFA Street 2 is the 2006 sequel to the EA Sports video game FIFA Street. A new "trick stick beat" system was introduced and new authentic tricks were also introduced. The game was released for the GameCube, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PSP, Xbox, and mobile phones. The player on the game cover is Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo. The home console editions of the game received average reviews for the improvements on the first FIFA Street. However, the hand-held versions, particularly on the DS, were received poorly for not including those innovations.

FIFA Street 3

FIFA Street 3

Nintendo DS - Released - February 18, 2008

FIFA Street 3 is an arcade-style sports game for the Xbox 360 and Xbox Live, PlayStation 3 and Nintendo DS. It is the third game in the FIFA Street series created by EA Sports BIG.

Freekstyle

Freekstyle

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 5, 2002

Freekstyle is a EA Sports' take on motocross racing. This game is all about going fast and doing cool tricks. There are essentially two games here: first there is a straightforward racing game, where you race three laps around a circuit and attempt to finish first. The second part of the game is a freestyle competition, where you perform tricks to score points, and attempt to rack up the biggest total. The racing game, or "Freekstyle" mode, combines racing and tricks. You will race around a circuit track, and attempt to perform tricks at the big jumps you encounter along the way. Performing...

NBA Street

NBA Street

Nintendo GameCube - February 17, 2002

NBA Street is a basketball video game developed by EA Canada and was released in 2001 for the PlayStation 2 and in 2002 for the GameCube. It combines the talent and big names of the National Basketball Association with the attitude and atmosphere of streetball. NBA Street is the first game in the NBA Street series and was followed by NBA Street Vol. 2, NBA Street V3, NBA Street Homecourt and NBA Street Online.

NBA Street V3

NBA Street V3

Nintendo GameCube - February 8, 2005

The third installment of NBA Street advances the series by adding more customization, different game modes, and new gameplay features. Now you can build both your reputation and show-stopping Gamebreakers on the streets by performing all-new flashy dunks, dribble tricks, and combos. Step into the shoes of NBA legends, current basketball stars, and original characters from previous games. Play in familiar courts, such as The Cage and Rucker Park, or create your own court from the ground up. NBA Street V3 also features a new dunk contest and online multiplayer modes.

NBA Street V3

NBA Street V3

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 8, 2005

The third installment of NBA Street advances the series by adding more customization, different game modes, and new gameplay features. Now you can build both your reputation and show-stopping Gamebreakers on the streets by performing all-new flashy dunks, dribble tricks, and combos. Step into the shoes of NBA legends, current basketball stars, and original characters from previous games. Play in familiar courts, such as The Cage and Rucker Park, or create your own court from the ground up. NBA Street V3 also features a new dunk contest and online multiplayer modes.

NBA Street V3

NBA Street V3

Microsoft Xbox - February 8, 2005

NBA Street V3 is the third game in the NBA Street series. It is the sequel of NBA Street Vol. 2. It was released for PlayStation 2, GameCube and Xbox, along with a PlayStation Portable port of V3 called NBA Street Showdown. Baron Davis was in the cover for the game.

NBA Street Vol. 2

NBA Street Vol. 2

Nintendo GameCube - April 28, 2003

Return to the street for the unqiue basketball experience that allows you to show off to the crowd, wear crazy gear, and pull of crazy shots and moves. NBA Street Vol. 2 features all-new spectacular dunks, dribbles, and passes that'll take show-stopping Gamebreakers to the next level. Customize the rules and players to your liking.

NFL STREET

NFL STREET

Microsoft Xbox - Released

NFL Street is an arcade style football game that is based on pick up football. NFL Street is 7 on 7 with players playing both offense and defense. There are no helmets or stadiums in NFL Street, instead the games are played in parks, on the street and in the dirt lots. In NFL Street, the player should strive not just to win but to look good doing it. The player can achieve this by performing style moves during a play. These might be a taunting run, a spectacular spin, or a crazy pass. NFL Street has Quick Game, Pickup Game, NFL Challenge and Online game modes.

NFL Street 3

NFL Street 3

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 14, 2006

With NFL Street 3 you can play your style of football both on the ground and in the air in this newest iteration of the popular NFL Street franchise. Show off your style and boost your score by performing stunning aerial moves, jumping into the air and collecting special items and game modifiers that hover above the playing field. You will also have the ability to control your Gamebreaker and pull off new Power moves that are available to both the offense and the defense.

Shox

Shox

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 23, 2002

Shox features three environments where all tracks are based upon: Arid (a desert-like, sandy environment), Jungle (a jungle-themed, muddy environment), and Ice (an arctic, snowy and icy environment). In every track there are three "Shoxzones", areas the player must cross while being timed. When the player reaches the end of a Shoxzone, the player is rewarded with cash based on the time taken to cross it, divided into Gold, Silver and Bronze. However, if the player takes too long to cross the zone, beyond the Bronze time, a reward will not be given. Shox doesn't feature the genre's traditional...

SSX 3

SSX 3

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 11, 2003

EA Sports returns to the slopes and the insanely fast-paced action of snowboarding with SSX 3 for the GBA. Combining racing with tricks, the game allows players to choose from different events and challenges as they desire. The story mode of SSX 3 involves, like the previous entries in the series, becoming the best snowboarder in the world. Players have a cast of characters to select from, most of whom have appeared in previous SSX games. Once players have selected their character, they're off to the slopes to start winning races and performing huge tricks. The main mode has 12 different...

SSX on Tour

SSX on Tour

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 11, 2005

Gamers return to the slopes in this third full edition of EA's exaggerated-action snowboarding series, SSX. As the game goes "On Tour," players create their own custom characters, which they'll develop from amateur bunny-hillers to seasoned "Black Diamond" pros. For the first time, the game allows skiers on the mountains as well, and players can decide if they'd rather ski or board when they create their characters. Building upon a distinguishing feature of the series, SSX On Tour features long, seamlessly streaming courses, some of which may take as long as half-an-hour (of real-time) to...

SSX Tricky

SSX Tricky

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 5, 2001

SSX Tricky launches you into a world of monster air, intense tracks, and death-defying tricks. Six all-new competitors plus six riders from the original SSX make up the circuit. Compete in the World Circuit, go head-to-head in the Showoff versions of nine courses on the World Circuit, or just practice in Free Ride. With all-new Garibaldi and Valdez courses, you'll have plenty of huge cliff drops to catch big air and pull off Uber tricks.

SSX Tricky

SSX Tricky

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 31, 2002

Grab your board and take on the slopes of SSX as you've never seen them before. Two brand-new runs, six never-before-seen riders, and tons of original tricks, shortcuts, and jumps make SSX TRICKY the ultimate snowboarding experience.

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