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Submitted by RaptorMan 998d ago | review

Tech-Gaming | Fortune Street Review

Built upon a rule set popularized by Parker Brothers’ microcosm of capitalism, Monopoly, recent Wii release Fortune Street adeptly amalgamates board and video game. While it’s not the first time the mediums have been merged (2003’ Culdcept for the Playstation 2 crafted a similar union), the title represents an opportunity for Western gamers to experience a series that has thrived in Japan since 1991. (Fortune Street, Wii) B/A+

RaptorMan  +   998d ago
Good review. Hopefully, this will show up in Redbox.
madmad  +   998d ago
Color me interested.
sharpsword  +   998d ago
this is more like it. Enough of that Mario Party stuff!
deserteaglexix  +   998d ago
thank you for posting. Glad you liked the review.
mediastudies  +   998d ago
Hopefully, this sells well enough to send the message that board game type games have fans here.

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