Summary: I like entrepernuer games so thats why I decided to buy this one. The only thing I don't like about it is that it is a senenrio game. So everytime i build a lot of thigs and i win that senerio i have to start from scratch on the next senerio game. This game doesn't offer a free play. Otherwise pretty fun.
Summary: Overall, we have enjoyed the game a great deal, but don't think it lives up to all the hype. The personalized board feature only applies to the board and not to the deeds, making it confusing. And the 3D graphics and sound effects slow the game, while the simpler graphics are not easy to see. For the money, it's a good deal and I've enjoyed it a lot but I would advise people not to expect more than a fun game.
Summary: I happen to like playing Monopoly. But when you play this game against the computer opponents, you are in for a strange ride. The computer opponents will mortgage all their properties to fund a monopoly they may have just gotten. Then it would take forever for the computer player to buy houses and hotels. The computer players hardly ever trade among themselves. After playing the game a few times, I got to where I knew how the computer would react.
If money and power is your thing, this is a game for you.
Chris Wong, Amazon
8 December 2002
Summary: I think this game is great to teach a lesson in business and wealth creation. A lot of the principles apply in real life. However, there is a formula for success, which makes the game boring after you figured it out. There is a good selection of challenges that you can play. I do wish there is an option where I can design my own challenge. Computer players are not too competitive, even at the "advance" level. Great graphic, good tutorial.
Summary: A little one-noteish, if still addictive. The premise sort of smashes Sim City with Monopoly imagery, which is kind of cool, except the game unfolds in a linear, scenario-based way; you can't just go hog-wild and start building a city/financial empire until you're broke against computer (or online players) ina free-form environment.
Summary: The concept of the game is an interesting spin on the board game-- place businesses in blocks to garner a profit, lease the lots to monopolize a block. The game stays true to the original board game in its buy-out concept, building hotels, become the basic "tycoon". The game does get a little monotonous after a while, what with repeating the same process of building stores and attempting to outdo your opponents with the same maneuvers.
Summary: ...For about two weeks, this was my life, I played Monopoly Tycoon all the time, even dabbling in the multiplayer thing on Gamespy (by the way, Gamespy is a terrible network, most people seem to be connected to the internet with a can and string). However, after those two weeks, I quickly lost interest. Some scenarios in the game are rather fun. Fast paced, beat the computer type things.