GameSpot's FIFA Street 3 hands-on with the DS version

When it comes to games made for the Nintendo DS, the question of control comes down to one question: To touch screen or not to touch screen? Some games embrace the combination of the stylus with the touch screen, sometimes at the cost of flexibility and fun. Others eschew the DS's second screen altogether, focusing instead on the traditional control methods of the buttons and the D pad. While EA Sports' upcoming FIFA Street 3 will have multiple control schemes available to players, as GameSpot found out during a recent hands-on session with the game, the focus seems to be on the touch-screen controls that will bring your favorite soccer stars to life on the small screen.

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