FIFA Street 3 is the first Xbox 360 / PlayStation 3 outing for Electronic Art's urban take on the art of running around and chasing a ball – and it is admittedly a big leap forward for the series. Taking its visual cues from the likes of Team Fortress 2, it stars the cream of the current footballing crop, all presented through a distinctive cartoon filter. By and large this approach does wonders for the game's presentation – not only are the likes of Rooney and Ronaldo injected with an added dose of character, the look clearly distinguishes the game from more serious attempts to tackle the sport. And Peter Crouch's mutated attributes as a human beanstalk are faithfully ported over, lending him the air of a man liable to snap in two at the faintest breeze. The look extends to the arenas in which the action plays out – from a Mediterranean beach to a
rooftop jaunt, the pitches are vibrant and in keeping with the upbeat tone of the game.c
Likewise, the aural side of FIFA Street 3 impresses, and this is one of the few games to actually benefit from EA's insistence on pinning an urban backbeat to its titles. Bowel bothering bass lines and bright hip-hop samples further reinforce the impression of taking control of a multi-million pound advert and the music reacts to the onscreen action to good effect, with heavy filters applied when a shot is rifled off and the BPM dropping off in more dramatic moments. Play is punctuated by the enthusiastic shouts of team-mates as they commend and deride in equal measure, although unsurprisingly the vocabulary of the cast is limited and soon becomes repetitive.
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