Summary: My little sister (the DS queen) actually fell in love with this game. She couldn't stop singing its praises. She loves that she can play it alone or with multi-players. Overall I highly recommend this for any monopoly fan.
Summary: I thought this was Monopoly streets (which I have for the WII and LOVE IT!!!) but it isn't.. I mean it's still fun in some way but the graphics are boring and there's just some stuff that I don;t like about it, you can only customize the house rules to certain rules, which I don't like, for the WII version we had it set that when someone goes bankrupt the properties go up for auction which is a fun way to play for us..
Summary: I have to admit that I was expecting this to be more of a 'street view' than the overhead view of the board. I do like the game, especially being able to save it and finish it at another time. The ability to change some play options such as having money available at free parking, double earned income for landing on go, etc. is another feature I like. Being able to choose the 'easy' AI's for children and 'hard' for adults is also good.
Summary: played it a few times, good fun classic monopoly w/o all the mess and fuss of the phoney money, houses, hotels, real estate cards....playing against 3 AIs even on easy mode is tough...i have yet to win once, but still fun....has wireless available to play against other owners but would be nice if it had wi-fi. Pay attention to the trading, i have messed up a few times not realizing a counter offer was made and accidentally accepting something i may not normally accept.
Summary: I have only played this game once, but so far I really like it! The graphics are good and it is as much fun as the board game. You can even customize some of the rules like how much you get when you pass Go. The only drawback I think is that it does take a while to play one game. But the nice part of that is that you can save your game anytime you want. This game is easy to play for both children and adults.