Summary: The game has and will be compared to Monopoly for a number of reasons, most notable of which are the use of dice rolls to move, the drawing of cards that have unknown effects and the ability to buy and invest in squares on the various boards that the game provides. However Boom Street adds a layer or two of involvement to this with its use of elements like the stock market that make a game feel more complex without really being any more difficult to play.
Summary: I think this game is absolutely brilliant. As many reviewers have noted, it is similar to both Monopoly and to Mario Party, yet different to both. It's more like Monopoly than Mario Party. The key difference is the use of stocks and shares in the regular version of the game (the easy version does not have these, but is also fun).
Summary: A very boring game - the only exciting or fun thing about it is the front cover. It really isn't much fun for kids, the games are too long and complicated. I would recommend the other Wii Monopoly or Family Game Night titles as offering a more enjoyable experience.
Summary: I am sure this would be a super game, unfortunately it would not play on our tv as we have a 50ht and you need a 60 for this. We were disappointed we had to return as we were so much looking forward to playing.