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Boom Street Review - Grind Your Way To Riches | MMGN.COM

MMGN.com writes: What happens when you mix random Mario characters along with Dragon Quest characters and throw in the principals of a Japanese, property-based board game? You get Square Enix's Boom Street (known as Fortune Street in some locations), a game that will test your mettle when it comes to money management, asset acquisition, buying and trading stock, and stamina. How does this classic Japanese board game fair after the transition to the digital age? (Boom Street, Fortune Street, Wii) 5.5/10

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