In 2008, Sean became World Champion at the inaugural Red Bull Street Style World Finals in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He combines music, breakdance, gymnastics and various football elements to his routines. He formed his own team called Street Style Society also called the S3 Crew.
At the age of 10 Liv joined Preston North End F.C. and signed for the Blackburn Rovers F.C. Centre of Excellence at the age of 14. Whilst sidelined by injury, Liv discovered freestyle football videos online. At the age of 17, Liv began a career as a professional football freestyler.
Raquel Benetti is a freestyle football player who has proven her ability to perform tricks even wearing stiletto shoes. This footballer and model performs a series of tricks including passing the ball over and under her legs without it touching the ground.
After years playing football, in the streets and on the courts in Madrid , Javi discovered freestyle through a video of Soufiane Touzani. He developed spectacular control and skill with the ball, helping him grow as a freestyler, learning many moves and creating others.
Andrew is the reigning World Freestyle Football Champion and the UK`s freestyle champion for five years running. His consistency, raw talent and strict training regimen allowed him to go on to win two more world titles and numerous competitions, becoming the most successful freestyle footballer to have ever lived.
The only girl in a family with 5 brothers, she learnt to play football from a very early age. Quickly becoming better than her brothers. She now travels the globe taking part in the biggest championships.
Only a mad man would have the audacity to go up against FIFA or PES in the football simulation genre, but fortunately, the guys at SFL Interactive ain't mad. The studio decided to bet on a football game that took a completely different approach and focused entirely on the street side of football. Football with an arcade spirit.
When we say street football, we're not just talking about 3v3 matches in courtyards or arenas. Street Power Football will also have those, but that will be only a small part of what the game will offer. The idea is to present a deep vision of what street football really is and to achieve that goal the studio sought some of the best-known names in this side of football, the likes of Liv Cooke, Melody Donchet, Soufiane Bencok, Daniel Got Hits, Raquel Benetti, and Andrew Henderson.
To cover the entire spectrum of the street football reality, SFL Interactive has created six game modes for Street Power Football. The main attraction will be Become King, a campaign mode in which you will try to make a name for yourself on the streets. Then there are the 3v3 matches, which is the most traditional game mode. Freestyle involves choosing a series of skills (it's a long list!), which you must then perform in tune with the chosen song. This mode works as a rhythm game, but the fact that the player can choose the music, the skills, and their order, means that it will allow for great freedom in terms of customisation.
The name Panna Cage may not mean anything, depending on where you're from, but the concept is very simple - two opponents have to try to pass the ball under the other's legs, and score a goal to win points and eventually the match. Trick Shot involves hitting objects across a map, which can be a street or even a subway station. The player has to measure the direction and strength to hit each object, and the studio promises to change the positioning of the objects with some regularity. As for Elimination, it will be a variant of the 3v3 matches, but with eliminations.
As we mentioned, Street Power Football will be an arcade game, and when we say arcade, we mean it will include special powers, great effects, and very accessible gameplay. If you are looking for something that resembles a simulation at all, you will possibly end up disappointed. According to the studio, NBA Jam was the main inspiration for the game, and as such, you should count on a similar style of gameplay.
There are unstoppable skills, indefensible kicks, abilities that stun opponents, and a host of other special powers in this vein, moves which depend on the chosen character. Although it won't allow you to create characters from scratch, Street Power Football will include a long list of street footballers, which you can customise with several cosmetics.
We like to see a game focusing on a part of football that has never been properly explored in video games, and we believe it has the potential to be a lot of fun, but we will only truly know this after we try it, something that should happen in the coming weeks. If the concept seems interesting, keep an eye on the Gamereactor, as we will soon be sharing more.
Sick style and high-energy action come together in this arcade football experience. Face off against street football legends or friends in a variety of over-the-top game modes and playgrounds, unleashing tricks and crushing superpowers to become Street King.
FIFA Street was a big hit back in the days. It has been a long time since a comparable title came out after the release of the last game in this franchise. With FIFA 20 adding Volta Football, Street Power Football came out just a year too late to avoid competition from one of the biggest football game developers. Street Power Football tries to deliver a street football experience with different game modes known to many, but sadly has a lot of shortcomings in gameplay and physics.
As the title already states, Street Power Football is a sports game that purely focuses on street football. The game features several different game modes that will sound familiar to most of the football fans. Street Power Football has four game modes that effectively feel like just one main game mode, a small adaptation to this game mode and two minigames based on real-life skill challenges. This game deals with a lot of problems with defending vanishing balls and poorly executed animations and this is seen in all multiplayer modes.
Street Power Football is a sports game focusing on the football - in its street version. Instead of being authentic and realistic about the competition of real players, the game emphasizes player's agility and spectacular action. The game was developed by SLF Interactive and Gamujan studios. The publisher is Maximum Games.
Street Power Football is a sports game dedicated to street football, where the action is seen from different perspectives - the camera moves during the game. The primary objective is still scoring goals, but the matches take place here in much smaller formations, making the contribution of each player even more important. The gameplay is skillful - what counts is mainly skilful fingers and quick reactions.
It is worth noting that in the game we can see real athletes associated with the freestyle version of football, such as Sean Garnier, Melody Donchet or Liv Cook. The player can also adjust the look and behaviour of their players by choosing clothes, emotions or tattoos. 59ce067264