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Submitted by andresegers 1347d ago | preview

2 Hours with Fortune Street

GameXplain: "The Itadaki Street series has been a staple of Japanese gaming since 1991. In its 20 year history though the series though has yet to grace this side of the Pacific, that is until now with Fortune Street for the Nintendo Wii. It’s a little strange that it never made the trek here, considering America’s love of board games, but while we may have missed out on the last two decades, Nintendo is finally rectifying this omission by releasing the latest in the series this December 5." (Fortune Street, Wii, Wii U)

Dash Reindeer  +   1347d ago
Looks a little like Mario party
newsguy  +   1347d ago
man, it does look like mario party...meets dragon quest
Chrono  +   1347d ago
It might look like Mario Party, but the Itadaki Street series is older than it.

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