NBA Street Vol. 3 (Xbox) by Electronic Arts



NBA Street Vol. 3 (Xbox) by Electronic Arts Box Art

Xbox 360 backwards Compatible



Release Date
February 9, 2005.

Average Overall Score:
9.40 / 10
94.0%


I suppose I could write thousands of words that would cause jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring reactions that would lead you all to rush out and pick up this game. I could write poetic lines about how amazing it is to play a game like this. I could take a thousand screenshots of every trick and every Gamebreaker."

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Tuesday, January 4, 2005

User Reviews

Score: 94
Overall User Average: 9.33 / 10 (94.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 7.67 / 10
Graphics User Average: 8.33 / 10
Sound User Average: 7.67 / 10
wbio
Date reviewed: September 30, 2005.

Overall: This game is extremely addictive and keeps with the tradition of former NBA Street games as being completely kickass. Everything about this game is fun.
Gameplay: The highlight of the game for me was the career type mode, You start out as a nobody playing with other nobodies and work your way up until your playing with the pros and legends. It's amazingly addicting and pretty long as well. You can learn new tricks and add stats to your player as well as change his/her appearance. The other modes such as Dunk Contests and One on Ones are fun as well.
Graphics: The graphics are pretty good. They're not the best I've ever seen, but they're certainly above average. The different dunks look amazing and are really the focal point of the game in my opinion.
Sound: I really enjoyed the soundtrack at first, but it started to get a little old after a while. It featured a lot of songs that I like, but I ended up getting kind of tired of a few of the songs. It was nothing too bad, but when sitting in a menu, the same old song can get pretty annoying. The commentator also got pretty old after a while.


Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 50 %
Graphics: 70 %
Sound: 60 %

Wolf
Date reviewed: September 8, 2005.

Overall: This is easily the best and most innovative game yet in the series. Whether you have xbox live or not, this game will make a great purchase for any fan of the series, or a fan of basketball in general.
Gameplay: The controls are very similar to last year's version which is definately a good thing. The addition of online play is the best new feature, with the ability to create a player and improve his stats with the more experience you get. If you become famous enough online, NBA players will even join your team. the Dunk Contest is another great feature, as you can use objects such as speakers or portapotties to jump over.
Graphics: the graphics are pretty good, as you can definately tell who the NBA players are by their faces. The option to make custom courts is also a good visual feature with the ability to almost completely customize the court, from the color of concrete, to the graffiti on the walls.
Sound: The soundtrack is pretty good, with songs from the beastie boys and De La Soul among others. the commentary is done very nicely but it can get old as in most games.


Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 90 %
Graphics: 80 %
Sound: 80 %

T-Dub
Date reviewed: August 7, 2005.

Overall: This games extends on the already amazing franchise. The gameplay is similar to the other streeet games, but now has beefed up graphics. They also toned down the announcer to make it a much more enjoyable experience. They have also new modes like dunk contest and create your own court. Threy create a baller mode has also had a makeover.
Gameplay: Its the same gameplay as the old games, but with with a few adjustments. They have changed the gamebreakers once again to make them more interactive. The new streetball moves are also different, because they changed the controls so the are also more interactive. The game feels way more realistic because you control more of the ballas movement. They have also updated the moves so they feel more like And 1 moves. I personally like the old gamebreakers, because the cutscenes were awesome. The new gamebreakers are wierd at first, but once you get used to them they are more enjoyable. The dunk contest is also a new aspect of the game and it adds a more one on one feel. The create a court also adds to gameplay, because you cant get beat on your homecourt. Also the variations of the courts make it unique for each player. The create a player makes it also sweet because the possibilities for a custom look are plentiful.
Graphics: The visuals are much better than in the previous games. It gives the game a much more realistic feeling and makes the game feel much more real.
Sound: They have a pretty strong soundtrack on the new volume. They still have Bobito which made me kind of weary. They pulled it off though, because they added to the announcers sayings which makes it less repetitive. The sound effects also sound good and match whats going on in the game.
Suggestions: Please keep making these games, because they get better and better. All i have to ask is for custom soundtracks already. EA has liscense deals but after 20 hours of gameplay the same old tracks get old. I like where they are going with the franchise and the future looks bright.


Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 90 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 90 %

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