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Submitted by emerald_rocker 1475d ago | review

UZW review // Fortune Street

Unlimited Zig Works writes: "Nintendo may not think Americans are mentally prepared for a wide release of Xenoblade, but Japan’s long-running Itadaki Street series has finally made it over to Western store shelves. Fortune Street combines Monopoly with scenery, music, and characters culled from Dragon Quest and Super Mario Bros. A virtual die is rolled to determine how far each player travels . . . and in true videogame fashion, the six-sided die goes up to eight." (Fortune Street, Wii) -

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