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FIFA proper might be the most popular sports game on the planet, but that doesn't mean EA ought to rest on its success alone, and like most popular global sports, football also has its street 'party' roots, which brings us to FIFA Street.

This urbanised soccer outing takes the ageless game and throws in shorter pitches, fewer players and a lot more acrobatic flair for a lighter take on things, with the end result -- in videogame form -- being a corker of a multiplayer party game, as James "Jickle" O'Connor found out.

Click here for his full review.



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