Parents' Guide to

NBA Street Volume 2

By Common Sense Media, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Use your favorite NBA players or create your own.

Game PlayStation 2, Xbox 2003
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The games take place in a variety of famous street courts around the country including some in New York City, Chicago, and Seattle. Wisecracks from the background commentator may get repetitive, but the comments are not offensive and some are kind of funny. The only tie-up may occur with the controls, which are a little complicated since the offense and defense have different buttons. Nonetheless, a run through the tutorial should get any player up to speed.

For kids wistfully looking at the basketball hoop on a rainy day, NBA Street Vol. 2 might be a good alternative. Multi-player support means they can still take on their friends, and the variety of moves, challenges, and chances to customize their team means they won't get bored soon. On the whole, NBA Street Vol. 2 is a fun game, even for those who are not in love with basketball.

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