In essence, this is NFL Street Vol. 3. Outside of the watered-down control scheme and omission of style points, this is virtually the same game as the Street series with a couple of added minigames. Instead of the "street" playgrounds, we have actual football fields set in parks and downtown areas of several major cities. Gameplay-wise, the biggest change is the counter/reversal system. If you're running with the ball and a defender gets a hold on you, you can break the tackle by pressing the A button when prompted. Likewise, defenders can counter this with a well-timed press of the X button. It's not a massive upgrade to the gameplay, but it can be nice when you break what seems like a sure tackle and sprint 30 more yards for a touchdown. The Smash N' Dash and Redzone Rush minigames are nice distractions, especially with a few friends to play against. Unfortunately, the simplified controls and repetitive gameplay cause NFL Tour to become stale very, very quickly.