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Submitted by ssb3173 1205d ago | review

Nintendolife: Fortune Street Review

Mario and friends are no strangers to the board game scene: the Mario Party series is a perennial favorite, and rightly so. Those games are colourful, exciting and, most of all, fun. But it may come as something of a surprise to find our favorite denizens of the Mushroom Kingdom sharing a board with characters from the Dragon Quest series. Leave it to Fortune Street (Boom Street in Europe), though, to prove that the unlikely pairing has a lot to offer. (Fortune Street, Wii) 8/10

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