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Submitted by SactoGamer 1098d ago | preview

Game Guys E3 Impressions: Fortune Street

Jim Avery writes:
"Fortune Street is apparently quite an old Japanese series, starting way back in 1991 on the Super Famicom and featuring characters from the highly popular Dragon Quest series. It seems like the sort of thing you wouldn't expect to show up in North America, but this game reared its head at this year's E3, featuring both Mario and Dragon Quest characters. Does this new style of board game belong in your home?" (E3, Fortune Street, Wii)

TheSoundDefense  +   1099d ago
This seems like the kind of game my sisters would love to play, though I bet I could get my dad in on it too. He likes playing Mario Party with us, but hates how he loses at every mini-game.
Wendynewi   1098d ago | Spam

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