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Street Power Soccer

Game review by
Jeff Haynes, Common Sense Media
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Upcoming soccer game leaves the pitch for the streets.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Street Power Soccer is an upcoming sports game for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PCs. The inclusion of athletes like Sean Garnier, Kazane Shimazaki, and Raquel Benetti, whose tricks, skills, and likenesses were captured to bring the realism of the sport to life. There are multiple game modes, such as a freestyle trick mode where players have to balance the sequence of tricks they perform with perfect timing, stylish dance moves, and increasingly difficult steps. There are 90 separate tricks that you'll be able to perform, although you'll have to unlock them through this mode and other portions of the game. There's also a 3 on 3 street court mode where players will face off against other street soccer stars. Each team will have unique superpowers, such as incredible goal defense, or powered up aerial shots as you try to be the first to score five goals or have a higher score than your opponent before time runs out. Another section is called Panna mode, set on a shorter street pitch, where the goal is to put the ball through an opposing players legs (which is known as a Panna, nutmeg, or other term based on your part of the world). Players will also have access to a Trick Shot section, where you're tasked with aiming for randomized targets scattered around various environments. Cleverly, these stages will have new challenges on a weekly and monthly basis, as well as targets that will be shifted around, so you won't be able to memorize the layout of each area. There will also be standard 1v1 street soccer games without tricks, a mode where the first person to pull off a panna wins, and a full campaign mode where you start off as a newcomer trying to become a name in the street soccer world. There currently doesn't appear to be any inappropriate content in the game, although it could be possible that licensed music lyrics could mention content for older audiences.

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