Summary: I really liked playing this game at first, but there are some unforgivable bugs in it. I have little hope that EA will ever fix these issues as they have lingered for months. During game play, you'll earn points that you can use to unlock extra game boards or playing pieces. The problem is that any item you unlock(buy) will be locked the next time you start the game and the points you used to unlock the item will not be refunded.
Summary: Well, I got this as a gift for us as a family, but mostly for my husband and daughter, who are Monopoly addicts and play regularly. My husband has played for most of his life (he's 53) and has memorized the board, properties, rents, etc. For him to say that the game is confusing is really saying something. For one thing, the graphics may be cute at first, but they quickly become annoying. (You can, and do, fast forward through the graphics, so at least that's a plus.
Excerpt: I've always loved Monopoly as a board game and I've been trying to find a good digital version of it for ages now. I found one but this isn't it. When I first saw the game in Gamestation for £29.99 (possibly more) I was stunned! You may as well get a posh Monopoly board with the credit card thing for that kind of money. Thankfully it's online price was around £13 when I bought it so I figured I'd give it a try.
Pros: Good graphics, Custom Rules, Online Play
Cons: Annoying Tokens, Computer Bias, Dragged Out Experience