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Submitted by andresegers 969d ago | review

Fortune Street Review (GameXplain)

GameXplain: "One look Fortune Street's box and the average consumer might say "hey a new Mario Party game!" -- and really,I wouldn't blame them. It's got a giant Mario, game board and dice, and the ever important "all-star" cast of Nintendo characters all represented on the front cover. But it also has a Square Enix logo and an eclectic cast of Dragon Quest celebrities, which is kind of the first sign that maybe this game has something else up its sleeve." (Fortune Street, Wii, Wii U) 3/5

newsguy  +   969d ago
Perhaps it was "fortunate" I wasn't able to get this. Get it? eh? eh?
Eternalb  +   969d ago
It's a cool game if you have friends into board games...if you don't stay far away

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