NFL Street 3 Review
It’s a testament to the power of today’s portable systems that the PSP version of NFL Street 3 is virtually identical to that of the PS2 version. You may not get all of the cutscenes that you do on the home version and the graphics are not as sharp, but overall you’ll be hard-pressed to find many differences between the games. So it may at first sound strange when I say that NFL Street 3 is a better game on the PSP than on the PS2. I’ll let you know why, but first let’s take a look at the game itself.
The games in NFL Street 3 take on several different forms beyond your standard “be the first to score X points” gameplay. Timed games have the added time pressure of forcing you to score within a minute or turn the ball over. Elimination removes a play from your playbook if you fail to gain yardage with that play, with the loser being the player who runs out of plays first. Banked games save gamebreaker points earned by both teams into a “banked” account with the next player to score earning all the points in the bank. Games are played to a set number of points.