Summary: A buddy of mine talked me into getting this game so we could play online. We did once and quit before the game was over (sorry to the other two people in the game). The characters are annoying as all get out. They don't even talk, they just make little sounds with every thing they do.
Summary: My wife and I had high hopes of playing this game remotely with our daughter and son in law, but alas remote play only seems to support one user per PS3. We also found that after the initial animations ran the first time they became very tiring, Finally, this game became deadly boring after a couple...
Summary: Well since I am 62 years old and played this for most of it, I hoped this would allow me to spend some of my days playing by myself on my PS3 since my wife cheats so bad I refuse to even play with her anymore!
Summary: yeah...What to say about this...I got to be totally honest, I was disappointed when I started playing this. The music was kinda funky for this type of game. The way this flowed just seemed awkward, but it IS a board game.
Summary: If you want to buy this solely to play in a party great, but if you ever intend to try solo; it doesn't matter if the computer is set to easy or hard, the odds are stacked so highly against you like they have been for every other monopoly game they've released that still..
Summary: When the game works, this is some fun to be found here. But what I've experienced so far has been a buggy absolute mess. Save-files that don't save. Trophy's I've clearly won that don't unlock.
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!
Summary: Up to four players only. There was a time when games used to carry such useful information on the box. Now they don't tell you until it's too late. Sorry, the rest of you, you'll have to wait your turn.