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ArcadeComputer and Video Games (CVG)
As you progress through the game, the baddies get bigger and tougher, and you certainly have to fight for your life if you're going to defeat them. Street Smart isn't quite as much fun as Violence Fight
, but it still well worth playing.
GenesisComputer and Video Games (CVG)
Street Smart is competently programmed, and fairly playable, but if you're expecting something comparable with Final Fight on the Super Famicom you'll be gravely disappointed. The fact that the sprites are very small wouldn't be too much of a problem if there was a bit more scope to the gameplay. Punch, kick and a fairly unadventurous super-slap special move just don't make for ultra-excitement these days, and when the opponents don't really have much in the way of fighting technique either, the whole thing gets pretty dull. Desperate fight fans may enjoy this, but I suspect the majority of players will find this a disappointment.
Un jeu monotone et beaucoup trop facile.
As with most early Genesis fighters, Street Smart is best left to the bargain bin and those rainy days at home when you've a case of beer to kill and no one to talk to. The shallow gameplay and lackluster presentation prevent it from standing out among the line up, and it's really just a good example of wasted potential by lazy developers. It's not the worst brawler out there, but why settle for corned beef when there's a juicy Capcom steak available for almost the same price?
GenesisThe Video Game Critic
The victory screen shows your goofy-looking fighter being embraced by some hot chick in a French-cut bikini (can you say charity work?). Street Smart also condones gambling. Between rounds you can "bet" on the next fight, and you can inexplicably bet against yourself! Street Smart is moderately fun to play through for the high score, but the game just never made a whole lot of sense to me.
Si d'aventure ce jeu vous tente toujours après ce test, sachez qu'aucune version européenne n'existe et que la version US dispose d'une jaquette encore plus affreuse que la version japonaise. Et dire qu'à l'époque je m'étais jeté dessus dans mon magasin d'import.... Argh, quel monde cruel.