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NFL Street 2 - Xbox

by Electronic Arts See the Amazon Page for this brand
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4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews) 78 / 100

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Platform: Xbox
  • Add more style to your game by making no-look, one-handed grabs, dive tackles, button-mash ball strips -- plus new hurdle wraps and run-specific defensive line moves
  • Seven New Game Modes never seen before in any football game
  • Rub it in - Celebrate that winning score with one hand as you make a mid-air snatch with the other
  • Recruit new players by hitting the streets - take over neighborhood leagues and dominate the competition
  • Revamped GameBreakers for dramatic sequences -- running backs launch off lead blockers, linebackers throw defensive back over the line to force turnovers and much more

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Product Details

Platform: Xbox
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0006I5I5I
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: December 23, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,212 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Product Description

Platform: Xbox

Game Informer Review

This series' mixture of showboating flash and primetime play is an intoxicating combo that hides its simple premise as a pick-up-and play, multiplayer-on-the-couch game. This brand of football was defined in the original NFL Street perhaps a little too well. I say that because it's sequel time and all NFL Street 2 can come up with on the field is one new move.

The game has expanded in other ways, but this was mainly to diversify and get away from the grinding, boring structure of the first title. You can play through challenges with your created team (NFL Challenge), take your favorite team against all the other NFL franchises (NFL Gauntlet), or cruise the city picking up players and playing Street Event minigames (Own the City mode). When you step back and think about it, NFL Street 2 has diversified to essentially offer three different ways to play the game. I'm torn as to which way I like to play best, and it's almost a shame there isn't one ultimate way to experience the entire title. For instance, I like the feeling of building up the skills of each team member in NFL Challenge, but this is absent in Own the City. For its part, however, this mode changes things up with Street Event minigames – some of which are better than others (all are online, however).

Despite the myriad ways to experience the game, at its heart, this sequel is virtually unchanged in the gameplay department. I loved the wall jump, which works really well as an evasive manuever, but the GameBreaker 2 (see below) is a big, fat egg. Apart from the lack of additions, there are problems that aren't cleaned up as well. Players' response to your commands can be sluggish, there are no hot routes, and defenses lack any kind of ball swat move. I also don't like how the impact gear isn't prevalent.

This series is one that posits itself as of the pick-up-and-play variety, which is certainly true. But that doesn't leave it long enough legs to help it run away from the moniker of "mediocre."



Concept:
You'll love the wall moves, but the majority of the changes this year are structural



Graphics:
I was surprised that there didn't seem to be a lot of new tackle animations



Sound:
Contains the usual host of EA Trax tunes, including a clutch of exclusive songs



Playability:
Players' response to your controller inputs is a tad slow, but signature moves are easier to pull off



Entertainment:
More fun than the first, but not by much. This is the game last years' should have been



Replay:
Moderately High

Rated: 7.5 out of 10
Editor: Matthew Kato
Issue: February 2005

2nd Opinion:
Ryan Leaf comes to mind when I think of the new GameBreaker 2. All this hype and excitement, and they turn out to be the most disappointing aspect of the game. It's a major buzz kill that the computer controls these maneuvers for you. I want to play the game, not watch it from the sidelines! And why does this game make Xzibit look like the greatest talent in football? What's next? Ray Charles in NFL Street 3? On a positive note, the new wall moves are implemented nicely and really open up the running game. Own the City mode also offers up a nice variety of challenges and unlockables. At its core, this is still a hard-hitting game, but the majority of new content just doesn't sit well.

Rated: 7.5 out of 10
Editor: Andrew Reiner


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From the Manufacturer

This series' mixture of showboating flash and primetime play is an intoxicating combo that hides its simple premise as a pick-up-and play, multiplayer-on-the-couch game. This brand of football was defined in the original NFL Street perhaps a little too well. I say that because it's sequel time and all NFL Street 2 can come up with on the field is one new move.

The game has expanded in other ways, but this was mainly to diversify and get away from the grinding, boring structure of the first title. You can play through challenges with your created team (NFL Challenge), take your favorite team against all the other NFL franchises (NFL Gauntlet), or cruise the city picking up players and playing Street Event minigames (Own the City mode). When you step back and think about it, NFL Street 2 has diversified to essentially offer three different ways to play the game. I'm torn as to which way I like to play best, and it's almost a shame there isn't one ultimate way to experience the entire title. For instance, I like the feeling of building up the skills of each team member in NFL Challenge, but this is absent in Own the City. For its part, however, this mode changes things up with Street Event minigames – some of which are better than others (all are online, however).

Despite the myriad ways to experience the game, at its heart, this sequel is virtually unchanged in the gameplay department. I loved the wall jump, which works really well as an evasive manuever, but the GameBreaker 2 (see below) is a big, fat egg. Apart from the lack of additions, there are problems that aren't cleaned up as well. Players' response to your commands can be sluggish, there are no hot routes, and defenses lack any kind of ball swat move. I also don't like how the impact gear isn't prevalent.

This series is one that posits itself as of the pick-up-and-play variety, which is certainly true. But that doesn't leave it long enough legs to help it run away from the moniker of "mediocre."



Concept:
You'll love the wall moves, but the majority of the changes this year are structural



Graphics:
I was surprised that there didn't seem to be a lot of new tackle animations



Sound:
Contains the usual host of EA Trax tunes, including a clutch of exclusive songs



Playability:
Players' response to your controller inputs is a tad slow, but signature moves are easier to pull off



Entertainment:
More fun than the first, but not by much. This is the game last years' should have been



Replay:
Moderately High

Rated: 7.5 out of 10
Editor: Matthew Kato
Issue: February 2005

2nd Opinion:
Ryan Leaf comes to mind when I think of the new GameBreaker 2. All this hype and excitement, and they turn out to be the most disappointing aspect of the game. It's a major buzz kill that the computer controls these maneuvers for you. I want to play the game, not watch it from the sidelines! And why does this game make Xzibit look like the greatest talent in football? What's next? Ray Charles in NFL Street 3? On a positive note, the new wall moves are implemented nicely and really open up the running game. Own the City mode also offers up a nice variety of challenges and unlockables. At its core, this is still a hard-hitting game, but the majority of new content just doesn't sit well.

Rated: 7.5 out of 10
Editor: Andrew Reiner


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:Xbox
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is a great game. Fans of the first NFL Street will love this game. There are so many new game modes and features and the online play is a lot of fun (dial-up or broadband/dsl) (Online play works surprisingly well on dial-up for PS2).

The game modes include:

Own the City (You create a guy and gain team members by playing pick up games. If you beat this mode, you can use your guy in NFL Challenge and in Madden 2006).

NFL Challenge (This is like how the first game was. You have 150 days to make your team the best it can be by getting ability points from completing challenges. You can also add real NFL players on your team. You can use your created team online to battle other peoples online teams. Also, I think you earn points to make your players better if you win online).

NFL Gauntlet (You pick a NFL team and battle all the other NFL teams. I'm sure you unlock things as you go through each team).

Pickup Game (This is the old game where you pick players from NFL teams and have an exhibition match with the CPU or with some friends).

Street Events (These are mini games which you can play with the CPU or with friends. Some include include:

Crush the Carrier [You grab the ball and get as much points as you can get until you get tackled and the ball goes up for grabs. Whoever has the most points at the end of time limit wins]

A "500" type game [CPUs throw passes awhile a group of people try to catch the balls. Whoever has the most points at the end of the time limit wins].

Open Field Showdown [You go one-on-one against a CPU or player in a field from like the 20 or 25 yard line. You try to fake-out your opponent and score a touchdown].
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Football and Rap go together really good January 25, 2005
A Kid's Review
Platform for Display:Xbox
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Graphics: 8/10

-not bad graphics

Sound: 10/10

-awsome tracks from punk, rock, and of course my favorite Rap/Hip-Hop

Controls: 9/10

-takes some time to get used to it, but you have tutoriols

Gameplay: 10/10

-wall running, awsome multiplayer, dance running moves, and online play how much good can it get

This is a huge improvment from NFL Street and is an awsome game

I give it 5 out of 5 stars

Now go and buy NFL Street 2
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars NFL Street 2 is not just for the street anymore February 2, 2005
Platform for Display:Xbox
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
When you pick this game up in a store or look at it on the internet you have a good chance at falling in love with it. The rap in the game helps make it feel more like an urban style game. I think it is cool how Xzhibit is in the game. Also there are a ton of unlockabales in this game. One unlockable is team Xzhibit and the NFL Legends. You can also play as the NFC and AFC division allstars in this. It is great if you ask me. If you pick up one game this month pick up NFL Street 2.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Wish it was for both August 31, 2013
By Odieman
Platform for Display:Xbox|Verified Purchase
Yes folks, I bought NFL Street thinking it was a game for XBOX360 and it turns out that it was only usable for original Xbox only... unless Xbox 360 comes out with an update which would allow me to play this game that is. So, sadly I never got to officially play this game.

However, the whole point to me purchasing this game is because I had seen this game in action while watching friends play this game and I have to say it is awesome. the graphics are pretty nice, actions in the game seemed tight, that music is not my favorite genre but I like it enough in this game to keep the sound on, and the overall fun of this game is off the charts. I mean, where else can you slam an opponent into a wall to tackle him, or where else can you pick a play in which you player runs down the field and does a summer-salt over the opposing player?? Okay, if you have ever played NFL Blitz that the closest example I'll accept!!

NFL Street is the funnest football game out there and the overall look of the game is great, I like playing the more "realistic" football games like madden 2012 or whatever, but I also dig on playing a football games that has a sense of fun to it too. Do you remember Mutant League Football for Sega Genesis? was that not a fun game to play??!! that's what I'm talking about. Games that take you from the norms of life to a place that says "why not throw the football over your head while running in the opposite direction, why not!!".

So, Play NFL street and you'll have loads of fun stuffing your friends into parked cars, brick walls, and low level bushes just to make a great tackle..... just make sure you buy the one for the system you have.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME!!! March 14, 2005
Platform for Display:Xbox
I was a little sceptical about this game when it came out. I'm really really really glad I got it. Talkabout a great improvement on NFL Street! I love the wall moves, they rock! Not to crazy about the Own the City mode where you can only customize one player.

Great game!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars For Kids or NOt? November 9, 2005
Platform for Display:Xbox
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
NFL blitz is alive and well on the PSP. Only this time it is called NFL Street 2, and it is a little fancier. First the ugly: this game takes 15 hours to load each game. Not really, but that is what it feels like when you just want to play a quick game. The other ugly thing is that it seems a bit difficult to remember what all of the buttons do. So, though it is fun to do a crazy pitch to the running back or a behind the back throw to a receiver 50 yards away, you can never remember that you now have to control the running back or the receiver with a whole new set of controls. This is seen as a positive thing by many that believe the more complex the game, the more shelf life it will have in a collection. Now, the ugly said, this game is fun enough to last forever in your game collection. Does football ever get old? Then a game that is football on steroids done pretty darn well should not either. Finally, the mini-games are worth mentioning with games of smear the queer and 500 that are just loads of fun. There are a couple of others, but the two mentioned are the only games worth much.

Bottom Line: Is it fun? Get this fun football game. Will I keep it? yep. Is it for kids? Too many buttons.
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