Summary: Very similar to Monopoly in that it is a board game of sorts. Using your fave characters from various Nintendo games is a plus. Much better than your child battering you on mario kart all the time. Get your own back with a little financial savvy1
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.
Summary: We have many wii games and by far the Mario games are the best. However myself, my 2 boys aged 9 and 10 and my daughter aged 6 got bored after about 15 minutes. It's like a very tiny game of monopoly and that's all there was too it. I'm going to sell it on. Very disappointed.
Summary: My days... When first seeing and reading about this, it seemed like it would be fun and similar to mario party, but then realising it would be more like the Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep Mini Game, I was interested to see how much 'fun' this would be.
Summary: This is a great game. if you love Monpoly you'll love this. The game seems to go on for quite a while, just like monoply. I love this game but I really love Monopoly so I could be a bit biased.
Summary: Boom Street is very similar to the classic board game version of Monopoly: make as much money as possible. To say though that they are the same is wrong though as there are notable differences to be worthwhile getting both.
Summary: This game is a game of it's own. Definitely don't buy it if you want an easy to play game like. Though it has some few Mario Party aspect, it is really not like Mario Party. It isn't just a monopoly clone either. It has fairly different gameplay from monopoly and you make much more of the decisions.