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Description: The career of many a footballer began on the street outside his house, with chalk outlines for goalposts and Coke cans for balls. The street is football's nursery, so it's fair to assume that its proudest products Beckham, Kaka, Ronaldo will want to leave their mansions and return to the grit and tar of their youths from time to time.
Still, the idea is clearly appealing, because EA has been milking it successfully with its Street games since 2005, and the FIFA series' pedigree infuses this arcade-style mobile conversion.
Immediately evident is FIFA Street 2's painstaking attention to detail. From the menu, you can determine not only whether or not the sound is on, but the number of goals you need in order to win a game, the difficulty level, whether you'll have a head start, and even the colour of the ball.
You also have the choice of playing a one-off friendly or, more ambitiously, attempting to Rule the Streets. The Friendly mode is fairly straightforward, with a range of ten international teams to play as and against, and a range of celebrity players with which to fill them.
Rule the Streets mode is more involved. Starting off with a team of your choice, you have to win Kick About games to earn cash. With this cash, you can buy new players or upgrade yours team's speed, accuracy, and so on, much as you'd tweak a car in a driving game.
To advance to full Rule the Streets mode, you need to accumulate a skill rating of 25 points and 1,500 'skill bills', after which you can move on to the prestigious Cup. There are ten locations in which you can repeat this process, so all in all FIFA Street 2 has a generous complement of 80 matches to survive before the career game ends.
All very well, but it's what happens on the pitch that really matters, and here FIFA Street 2 is an uneven playing field, possessed of all the right dimensions but cracked and marred by areas of mediocrity.
You control your players by pressing once on the keypad in the relevant direction, rather than holding the key down. This enables you to overcome some of the keypad's fiddliness, but controlling your players still takes a long time to master, and you never reach anything like a satisfying degree of precision.
Equally uneven is the sound. While the menus are overlaid with a bog-standard rock theme, the games themselves are silent, save for the occasional ripple of restrained applause.
What FIFA Street 2 lacks in refinement, however, it attempts to make up for in arcade-style embellishments and sheer accessibility.
Matches are four-a-side, and played by whichever team you choose to put out. You can have a team of strikers, if you like, or a team of defenders, or a more balanced squad.
However, while choosing between striker and defender does make some difference, you can pretty much ignore the subtleties and look simply at how many points a player is worth: the more, obviously, the better, wherever he professes to be most comfortable on the pitch.
Augmenting the inevitable pass are two varieties of context sensitive special moves, enabling you to bounce the ball off a wall, flick it deftly over your head, or bedazzle your opposition with a step over, all with either the '*' or '#' keys. You're unlikely to use these much in the early stages, but as you come up against increasingly tough opposition you'll resort to them occasionally. Ultimately, though, the special moves feel tacked-on and largely redundant, even though your match performance statistics judge you on your use of them.
Of infinitely more use are the abilities to switch to off the ball and to tackle, which you'll need to master if you want to Rule, as it were, the Streets.
And ruling this tidy, smartly presented, and value-packed football game is a worthwhile aspiration. While not gruelling, simply reaching the end of the Career mode will take time, and there's just about enough arcade playability at its heart to ensure that unlike the stars, you'll return to the streets from time to time afterwards, just for a kick around.
Phone Compatibility Game:
Motorola C975, Motorola C980, Motorola E1, Motorola E1000, Motorola E398, Motorola E770v, Motorola KRZR K1, Motorola L2, Motorola L6, Motorola Pebl, Motorola RIZR Z3, Motorola SLVR, Motorola V1050, Motorola V1100, Motorola V1150, Motorola V280, Motorola V3i, Motorola V3iM, Motorola V3x, Motorola V3xv, Motorola V3xx, Motorola V6
Nokia 3110, Nokia 3250, Nokia 5200, Nokia 5300, Nokia 5500, Nokia 6085, Nokia 6086, Nokia 6111, Nokia 6120, Nokia 6131, Nokia 6233, Nokia 6234, Nokia 6260, Nokia 6270, Nokia 6280, Nokia 6288, Nokia 6290, Nokia 6300, Nokia 6600, Nokia 6630, Nokia 6670, Nokia 6680, Nokia 6681, Nokia 6682, Nokia 7370, Nokia 7373, Nokia 7390, Nokia 7600, Nokia 7610, Nokia 8600 Luna, Nokia E50, Nokia E60, Nokia E61, Nokia E65, Nokia E70, Nokia N70, Nokia N71, Nokia N72, Nokia N73, Nokia N75, Nokia N76, Nokia N80, Nokia N90, Nokia N91, Nokia N95
Sagem my700x, Sagem myC5-2, Sagem myC5-2v, Sagem myC5-3, Sagem myC5-3v, Sagem myV56, Sagem myV76, Sagem myZ5
Samsung D800, Samsung D840, Samsung E250, Samsung E370, Samsung E900, Samsung P940, Samsung U600, Samsung X820, Samsung Z130, Samsung Z500, Samsung Z510, Samsung Z540, Samsung ZV10, Samsung ZV30, Samsung ZV50
Sharp 703SH, Sharp 802SH, Sharp 902SH, Sharp 903SH
Siemens C75, Siemens C75v, Siemens CX65, Siemens CX70, Siemens CX75, Siemens CXT65, Siemens CXT70, Siemens CXV65, Siemens M65, Siemens ME75, Siemens S65, Siemens S68, Siemens SK65, Siemens SL65
Sony Ericsson D750i, Sony Ericsson F500, Sony Ericsson F500i, Sony Ericsson J300i, Sony Ericsson K300i, Sony Ericsson K310i, Sony Ericsson K500i, Sony Ericsson K508i, Sony Ericsson K510i, Sony Ericsson K550i, Sony Ericsson K600i, Sony Ericsson K608i, Sony Ericsson K610i, Sony Ericsson K700i, Sony Ericsson K800i, Sony Ericsson K800iv, Sony Ericsson K810i, Sony Ericsson S700i, Sony Ericsson V600i, Sony Ericsson V630i, Sony Ericsson V800, Sony Ericsson W200i, Sony Ericsson W300i, Sony Ericsson W550i, Sony Ericsson W580i, Sony Ericsson W600i, Sony Ericsson W610i, Sony Ericsson W660i, Sony Ericsson W700i, Sony Ericsson W710i, Sony Ericsson W800i, Sony Ericsson W80iv, Sony Ericsson W810i, Sony Ericsson W850i, Sony Ericsson W880i, Sony Ericsson W900i, Sony Ericsson W950i, Sony Ericsson Z1010, Sony Ericsson Z310i, Sony Ericsson Z520i, Sony Ericsson Z530i, Sony Ericsson Z610, Sony Ericsson Z610i, Sony Ericsson Z710, Sony Ericsson Z800, Sony Ericsson Z800i
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