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Submitted by jjdoyle 989d ago | review

Fortune Street Review - NintendoWorldReport

"For those unfamiliar with the series, Fortune Street is similar to the board game Monopoly. The main objective of the game is to be the first player to raise his net worth to the target amount and make it back to the bank. In order to raise money, you will have to buy and expand shops. Much like properties in Monopoly, if another player lands on your shop they will be forced to pay you a certain amount of money based on your shop’s prices. However, what sets Fortune Street apart from Monopoly is its inclusion of a stock market.", writes NintendoWorldReport in a portion of its review. (Fortune Street, Wii) 8/10

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