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FIFA Street 3


0:0126/03/2008Posted by Tom HogginsNo Comments

FIFA Street is a football game where the pitch is a stretch of concrete overlooking a Tokyo skyline, where players use rabonas, rainbow kicks, lollipops and any other flick or trick you can think of that hasn’t had a name made up for it. A football game in which even the heftiest of players can backflip off a wall to avoid a defender’s tackle that closely resembles a roundhouse karate sweep. There’s no referees, no offside and opponents are not abashed to send you crumpling to the tarmac while you attempt a bicycle kick. High-paced and high-scoring; FIFA Street is what you’d get if you crossed football, basketball and ice hockey before hosting it on an oil rig platform…

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