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GamesRadar - Fortune Street review

GamesRadar - After enjoying two decades of success in its native Japan, the Fortune Street series has finally made its way west in its first outing on Wii. To put it briefly, it's like a beefed-up, more strategic version of Monopoly with a Mario and Dragon Quest theme. If you love any of these things, Fortune Street is worthy of being your new go-to party game. (Fortune Street, Wii) 7/10

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