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Lionel Messi is the new face and feet of EA's FIFA franchise

EA Sports has drafted Lionel Messi to be the face of its FIFA franchise, first set to appear on the cover of FIFA Street when it launches in March 2012. Messi plays for Barcelona, is 24 years old, was drafted out of Argentina at 16 and has scored more than 200 goals in his professional career --...

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FIFA Street, FIFA Football for Vita kick out new screens

Coming off the wildly successful launch of FIFA 12, EA Sports is hoping it can dip another footie franchise in the cash pool with FIFA Street next spring. The publisher has released several screens of the upcoming concrete turf game and FIFA Football for Vita....

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FIFA Street revival arrives March 2012

Announced at EA's Gamescom 2011 press conference, FIFA Street has narrowed its launch window from early 2012 to "March." VG247 reports that EA announced the month of kickoff at last night's FIFA 12 launch event in the UK. Copies of FIFA 12 also reportedly have a pamphlet inside the box mentioning...

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FIFA Street reboot in development at EA Canada, coming early next year

EA's Gamescom 2011 keynote has already brought about one intriguing bit of news about the revival of its more palatable, outrageous sports franchises: FIFA Street. Coming to PS3 and 360 early next year, the EA Canada-developed title will bring back the rough-and-tumble action of the original...

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PS3 Fanboy review: FIFA Street 3

Fun under the sun. That's probably the sort of feeling that Electronic Arts aimed at bringing out with FIFA Street 3; however, the game unfortunately doesn't completely deliver that sort of experience. At first glance, FIFA Street 3 faithfully replicates the atmosphere of outdoor street soccer...

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FIFA Street 3 demo kicks XBLM

As we anxiously await the arrival of PGA Street, Electronic Arts has seen fit to release a demo of FIFA Street 3 on Xbox Live Marketplace. Clocking in at a diminutive 293MB, the game offers up a different kind of soccer experience, the kind that is apparently played in gloomy dockyards and...

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EA bringing FIFA Street 3 to DS

FIFA Street 3, EA's arcadey interpretation of soccer designed for people who like their sports games to come with a more (*cringe*) "urban" feel, is coming to the DS. Previously slated for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, EA announced the DS version this morning, promising touch screen controls, the...

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