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Submitted by fozzness 987d ago | review

Boom Street Review [GamingUnion.net]

GamingUnion: "Despite gracing Japanese gaming consoles since 1991, until the release of Boom Street (Fortune Street in North America) audiences around the world had almost no exposure to the Itadaki Street series. Instead, they were only teased by games which combined the likes of Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and Mario all into one unique and interesting board gaming experience. But those days of teasing are over, with Boom Street attempting to convert Western gamers away from their classic Monopoly board game, and onto something a bit more complex." (Boom Street, Fortune Street, Wii) 7/10

mephman  +   987d ago
I've been waiting for this game's release for such a long time.
Hardedge  +   987d ago
Is this actually the first oversea's release? Seems like forever ago since I last saw an Itadaki Street game.
ShawnCollier  +   986d ago
IIRC, yes.
ShawnCollier  +   986d ago
Kaboom!

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