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An item that is used but still in very good condition. No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. The cover art and liner notes are included. The VHS or DVD box is included. The video game instructions and box are included. The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. No skipping on CD/DVD. No fuzzy/snowy frames on VHS tape. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller Notes:||“Tested and works! Game disc has light scratches that don’t affect play. Complete w/ game disc, manual, and case with art!”|
|Platform:||Microsoft Xbox 360||Publisher:||Electronic Arts|
|Genre:||Sports||Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
EA's playground-style soccer series continues with FIFA Street 3, which offers over 250 pro athletes from 18 international teams in five-on-five action across streets, on rooftops, and in other areas around the world. Athletes are grouped into four roles to help players quickly identify team specialists: tricksters, enforcers, playmakers, and finishers. As in previous games in the best-selling Street franchise, true soccer techniques give way to exaggerated moves like wall flips, ricochet passes, aerial acrobatics, and more. Each athlete is clad in a choice of authentic training kits or street clothes, as players attempt to assemble a world-beating team in an assortment of play modes.
FIFA Street Challenge offers 34 missions to complete to unlock new players and teams, while Head-to-Head features a best-of series against a friend with a choice of six scoring rules. Playground Picks has rivals choosing five star players from the same pool of ten before participating in a match. World Challenge is an online competition against teams from across the globe, with rankings displayed on a leaderboard. Showboating players will once again be able to activate "gamebreakers" on offense or defense, improving their chances at making a big play with dramatic, cinematic tricks. FIFA Street 3 also includes four difficulty settings, multiple ball types, and two camera views: sideline and "action."
|Game||FIFA Street 3|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||62380199|
|Platform||Microsoft Xbox 360|
|ESRB Rating||E - Everyone|
|Number of Players||1-8|
|Game Special Features||
|Game Series||FIFA Street Series|
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FIFA Street 3 (Xbox 360, 2008)
n the world of FIFA Street, soccer isn't just about scoring more goals than your opponent; it's about humiliating your opponent at every opportunity. FIFA Street 3 from EA Sports Big pits teams of both contemporary and classic soccer stars against each other in matches played all over the world, taking in some unusual locations that have an impact on the gameplay along the way. The action is fast-paced and fun for a while, especially when you pit your skills against other players', but the single-player options are very limited and the absence of a team-building career mode is disappointing. FIFA Street 3 makes a great first impression; the menus are slick, the licensed soundtrack of more than 30 songs is a perfect fit, and the colorful cartoon art style works really well. Well over 200 soccer stars appear as playable caricatures in FIFA Street 3, and they look great running around the game's seven different locations. There's no end-to-end camera option from which to view the action unfortunately, which is fine if you're used to playing traditional soccer games horizontally, but odd given that it was the default view in FIFA Street 2. Locations in FIFA Street 3 include a beachside parking lot, a playground, an oil rig, and a Tokyo rooftop among others, and each of them offers a slightly different experience. Every playing field in FIFA Street 3 is enclosed by walls or fences of some kind, but because those walls and fences vary so much in height and design, they impact the gameplay. The ball is less likely to go out of play if the field is enclosed by tall walls with no windows cut into them, for example, and you can bounce the ball off walls and fences to perform some unorthodox tricks and passes.There's no shortage of spectacular moves to perform in FIFA Street 3, but you might be surprised to learn that the game actually downplays these in favor of realism for the most part. Few of the tricks that you perform using the right analog stick would look horribly out of place during a regular soccer match if they were performed far less frequently, and it's really only while in gamebreaker mode or when running up and along walls that some of the moves border on unbelievable. With that said, FIFA Street 3 fudges its ball physics pretty frequently. It's not nearly as noticeable as it has been in previous entries in the series, but there are definitely occasions when the ball appears to have a mind of its own and seems more concerned with making a trick animation work than with behaving convincingly. The same can be said of players falling victim to tricks, since they're sometimes required to spread their legs apart or even stumble to the ground for the canned two-character animations to work. The tricks look good, but it's frustrating to have one of your players be taken out of your control just so he can get beaten. Multiplayer competition is where FIFA Street 3 is at its best. Both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions support up to eight players online, and on a single console they support four and seven players, respectively. Multiplayer options include all of the same match types that feature in the street challenge mode, as well as a fun "playground picks" mode in which both team captains take it in turns to choose a player from the same national squad to form their five-man team before kickoff. GOOD GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Fun Game! Blast to play!
Fifa Street 3 has great action and a lot of playability, and I will be playing it for a long time.. The only thing I was dissappointed with about this game is that I thought it would have a custom-character creation ability like most of the other "Street" games like nba street or nfl street did. Other than that, great game and am totally happy with it!
Fifa Street 3
I am a big soccer fan but don't get any enjoyment out of the regular Fifa games or Pro Evolution, so I decided to try out Street. After a couple days of playing, its rather entertaining but seems like a game that might get repetitive sooner rather than later. The online games are definitely the best feature of this game. Definitely a rent, or if the price seems right go ahead and buy.
Good game if you like soccer tricks
This game is more about personal preferences. If you like soccer (futbol) and like to pull fancy stuff or play pulling tricks, you will like the game. If you are too serious about soccer, then stay away from the title, you might get bored or think that is too silly.