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Submitted by GamePodunk 1198d ago | review

Fortune Street Review | Game Podunk

GP: "For some reason, the characters from the Mario and Dragon Quest franchises have come together and are trying to make a good first impression, using that old tried-and-true method of bringing each other to financial ruin. Such is the delightfully bizarre premise of Fortune Street, a Nintendo/Square Enix love child and the first North American installment of the long-running Japanese series Itadaki Street. It’s a virtual board game, but is it more than just a video version of Nintendo Monopoly? Let’s find out." (Fortune Street, Wii) 7.5/10

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