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|Game Name:||Fortune Street||Features:||Manual Included|
|Fortune Street for Nintendo Wii borrows gaming elements of Monopoly and mixes in your favorite characters from the Dragon Quest and Super Mario Bros. games. Choose from a great selection of boards, characters, and buying options. Fortune Street for Nintendo Wii is a party game that makes a fun and interactive alternative to Monopoly or Mario Party. In single-player mode, you can play as one of the Miis saved in your Wii console. You can customize your Mii within the game to create a custom version of your character. In multiplayer mode, the game lets players choose from Miis; Super Mario franchise characters such as Mario, Luigi, Donkey Kong, Princess Daisy, Bowser, and Yoshi; or Dragon Quest characters such as Princessa, Kiryl, Slime, Yangus, Angelo, or Jessica. Each player chooses a single character to play with. You can play with friends using multiple controllers on the same console or use a Wi-Fi connection to play online. Fortune Street for Wii offers over 15 different boards and several mini games within the main game. The main gameplay centers on buying shops as investment properties, making money, and earning stock on a stock market. Players can earn money through stocks, shopping fees, investment values, and property values. Each player takes a turn by rolling the dice. He or she can purchase unowned property but must pay a fee when landing on other players’ properties. Unlike Monopoly, players can buy or sell stocks for their property blocks to increase their values. Up to four players can compete on a single board at one time. A player wins the board when he or she meets the board’s required value. Mini games in Fortune Street include Round the Blocks, Memory Block, Dart of Gold, and Slupodrome. Round the Blocks is similar to a slot machine. A player earns coins and stocks by getting specific rows of symbols. Memory Block lets players earn 1-Ups, coins, and Suit Yourself cards, but you can also lose investment value by choosing the wrong cards. In Dart of Gold, players throw darts at symbols on the wheels. Hitting different targets can either help or hurt your overall game performance. In Slurpodrome, players race slime to earn rewards. Square Enix first released Fortune Street as Itadaki Street in Japan in 1991. The original Itadaki Street game was for Family Computer consoles, which were the Japanese versions of NES consoles. Subsequent games were available for Japanese Super Famicom, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PSP, and Nintendo DS consoles. These earlier versions were only available in Japan. The Wii version came out in 2011 in North America, Japan, Europe, and Australia. This product is the Wii version of the game. It is compatible with Nintendo Wii and Wii U consoles. However, it is not compatible with other systems, such as the Nintendo 3DS, Xbox 360, or Xbox One. Fortune Street for Wii uses basic Nintendo accessories. You can play the game with the Wii controller and do not need additional accessories such as wheel controllers or microphones.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||106845184|
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|Game Name||Fortune Street|
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|Number of Players||1-4|
|ESRB Descriptor||Comic Mischief|
|Game Name Special Features||Entrepreneurial board-game fun for the whole family Play as favorite Mario Bros. and Dragon Quest characters Collect suits, invest in the market, build your fortune!|
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If Monopoly had stocks
The first time I heard of this game was during a different minigame found in Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep. The minigame had nearly the exact same concept, but missing the stock exchange feature. I am surprised this game is as popular with seven different ports from NES to mobile devices. But there still isn't a physical board game of "Fortune Street" out yet. I think it's because the rules & values are significantly more complex than Monopoly: For example, rent automatically increases when additional properties are owned. Additional "capital" or cash on hand plus stock values, can be spent on owned properties to increase their rent & stock values. Community chest & chance cards are exchanged with 100+ different venture cards placed on a 8 x 8 board. If 4 or more venture cards are picked in a row, there is a small bonus given to the player. I enjoy an occasional game of Monopoly, but without turn limits or a timer, the game gets old after the 1st hour. That's what's great about Fortune Street, your butt won't fall asleep by the time a winner is claimed.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : goodwill_monocacy
Fortune Street, a great game for almost everyone...read before buying.
Fortune Street for the Nintendo Wii is a GREAT game. It plays out like a more advanced Monopoly, add a hint of Mario Party, and throw in some Nintendo and Dragon Quest characters. I will let it be known that this game isn't for everyone. I am a big fan of board games, Monopoly especially. I am also a huge Nintendo fan so, the combo really works in my favor. If your not a fan of one or either you might want to rent this game first. This game does have a learning curve, especially when it comes to the advanced play style. The "advanced" play style lets you invest in stocks(shop districts)and really makes the game a blast to play. In my opinion Nintendo nailed this game!! This is a Nintendo published title and "New" will most likely hold the $50 tag for a VERY long time so, I would recommend buying a VG or "Like New" copy from eBay at a fraction of the price. I hope this review has been helpful. Thanks for reading.
A Great Game
Fortune Street is a great game if you like this type of game. It's similar to monopoly and mario party combined. If you like those games, then you will probably like this game too.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : matt.bone7
Not for Kids
Overall good game, but is also quite difficult. I bought this game to play on my big screen with the whole family, but is a little harder than my kids can handle. Fun game, but slow paced and can take quite a long time to finish (just like monopoly) a great challenging game that odds really do seem to favor the bots a bit, but overall fun to play with a group of older adults without the mess of board game style. Overall rating 4/5
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Love this game!
Love this game! Funner than monopoly, especially when you have to play alone. Great characters that are very humorous! Easy to understand & play. Kind of addictive as well. lol
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : garveyshobbysales