Submitted by Pozzle 1449d ago | opinion piece

Should You Buy Fortune Street? No.

If they've been making versions of the Nintendo Wii's new board game for 20 years, if Nintendo themselves are publishing it—choosing to sell this to us this holiday season instead of other Japanese games still awaiting translation—then surely it must be good and worth buying? (Fortune Street, Wii)

zeal0us  +   1451d ago
Should you let Kotaku decide which games are good for you? No.
badjournalism  +   1449d ago
To the people who disagreed with this guy: You're sheep. Plain and simple. He's right on the money with this and the only people who would disagree are either shills for Kotaku or base all game purchases on reviews as a sole source of what's good.
soundslike  +   1449d ago
or maybe they just don't like annoying comments
badjournalism  +   1449d ago
@soundslike it's not any worse than these shit 'articles' and 'reviews' from Kotaku. He's quite correct in what he said. We don't need anyone, let alone Kotaku, tell us what games we should buy. Now go buy what the Kotaku told you to buy like a good little lamb.

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