Street Power Soccer Reviews

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8 / 10.0
Sep 1, 2020

All in all Street Power Soccer is a good sports party game. Its wide selection of characters, awesome soundtrack, and beautiful street courts deliver for a solid street soccer experience. So gather your friends and start hitting them power-up fueled goals.

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65 / 100
Aug 28, 2020

Street Power Soccer focuses more on fancy footwork and style rather than traditional gameplay, but doesn't live up to what it alluded to. It offers multiple modes, although some of them are lackluster compared to others. Matches feel very short and some gimmicks don't feel as prominent, but at least the soundtrack is really good.

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Sep 15, 2020

There's certainly some fun to be had with the tricky gameplay of Street Power Soccer although its visuals are disappointingly dated.

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5.7 / 10.0
Sep 3, 2020

Street Power Football doesn't manage to be the next big thing in street football video games, and it's a shame.

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5 / 10.0
Sep 3, 2020

Street Power Football is an underwhelming champagne football. Unpolished gameplay and the very high entry price make the game unaccessible, and the lack of a sense of progression, of a well-structured campaign mode and of online matchmaking ensures that there's little fun to be had.

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Gamefa
Top Critic
5 / 10.0
Sep 4, 2020

Street football games always have fans, But "Street Power Football" is really a terrible game and I cant recommend It to anyone. Messy story and non enjoyable gameplay, Make "Street Power Football" a game that can't satisfy you, either you are fan of street football or not.

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5 / 10.0
Sep 8, 2020

The problem? The game costs $49.99, and there’s just not enough here to support that kind of price tag.

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5 / 10
Sep 9, 2020

MEDIOCRE - Street Power Soccer attempts to bring an arcade-centric focused urban soccer game onto the Nintendo Switch platform. While the game does great at creating a visual and audio thematic setting for this genre, gameplay is clunky more times than not, and many of the game’s modes feel awkward and too mini-game focused. I also encountered a complete lack of polished animations that make for the standard soccer matches looking broken, and even in the home menu, my character would break from his idle animations to a standing T-Pose randomly. For a $49.99 game, there’s just a lack of polish and depth to this game.

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4.5 / 10.0
Sep 14, 2020

Playing Street Power Soccer right after tackling another lighthearted arcade football experience in Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions just makes the overall experience even more annoying. It’s not pretty to look at, its soundtrack is atrocious, and its gameplay is way too stiff for a freaking freestyle game.

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4 / 10.0
Sep 2, 2020

Street Power Football has a variety of modes and courses in which to play them, but with no real tournaments and unsatisfying gameplay, it's hard to find any enjoyment in it.

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4 / 10.0
Sep 1, 2020

Street Power Soccer's fancy footwork can't disguise its soulless gameplay, complete lack of challenge, and an entire pitch of technical shortcomings.

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4 / 10.0
Sep 1, 2020

It’s just not good enough. Street Power Football is not a completely wasted effort, but as an evidently budget title that prices itself in the same bracket as its AAA alternatives, it is bound to invite unflattering comparisons. It simply can’t be recommended.

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4 / 10
Sep 19, 2020

At first glance, Street Power Soccer may seem like a colorful, fun and diverse street soccer experience, but when you actually get to try it, you'll notice that almost everything is wrong about this game to a point that it's actually not playable.

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3 / 10
Sep 3, 2020

Let’s not mince words, Street Power Football is just not up to scratch. Sure I love the representation and I love that recognition of actual members of the sport. But that doesn’t really sway me if the game isn’t up to par. Every element of this game has at least one major flaw that makes the game frustrating to wrestle with and takes the fun out of a certain moment. This game has a real arcadey feel to it. It’s cartoonish and colourful. But it’s also arcadey in how cheap and disposable the experience feels.

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3 / 10.0
Sep 7, 2020

Street Power Football is a tedious and overpriced waste of everyone's time

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3 / 10
Aug 30, 2020

Soulless and boring, Street Power Football offers nothing back for its ridiculous asking price. Vote with your wallet and leave this one on the shelf.

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3 / 10.0
Sep 1, 2020

Street Power Soccer is an incredibly overpriced experience that is lacking in content, variety and excitement.

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3 / 10
Sep 10, 2020

Street Power Football is one of my big gaming disappointments of 2020 so far. I had really hoped this game would scratch the itch that FIFA’s VOLTA mode did not. However, what we have here is a basic (at best) arcade game with very little redeeming qualities. Couple this together with the outrageous price and this is a game you should pass on.

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2.2 / 10.0
Aug 31, 2020

Street Power Football/Soccer fails at the most basic levels of making a video game.

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TheSixthAxis
Top Critic
2 / 10
Sep 10, 2020

I went into Street Power Football hoping for an enjoyable take on the sport and was genuinely astonished by how bad the whole package is. This would be unforgivable were it a budget title, but to then have the temerity to stick a full retail price on this just takes the biscuit. I have wracked my brains but couldn't find anything positive to say about this title. Even my kids (who are not fussy when it comes to multiplayer gaming) only managed about 10 minutes before turning it off. Perhaps the best thing to come from playing this abomination of a game is that it encouraged me to dig out my GameCube and Sega Soccer Slam to try to cleanse my palette.

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