Excerpt: I am keenly aware of the debate over digital board games versus the traditional board games. I like both of them. I know that sounds like straddling the fence, but it is true. We play board games in our family, and we play digital board games as well. We use both of them to spend time as a family. Why am I even talking about this? Fortune Street is a digital board game.
Excerpt: Fortune Street , making its way Stateside since finding Japanese popularity in 1991, is like a fine Belgian chocolate truffle laced with NutraSweet. The game was already great on its own; it doesn’t need the added aspartame sweetness of Wii-ification, which occurs via cutesy mini-games, unnecessary dialogue from Dragon Quest and Super Mario Bros. characters, plentiful purchasable outfits, and personalities (?) for your Miis.
Excerpt: Banco Imobiliário? Que nada, aqui o negócio é mais caótico! A primeira vez que eu dei uma chance para Fortune Street , alheia a tradição do jogo, que vem desde 1991, achei que fosse ser um simples jogo de tabuleiro mascarado com cenários e personagens conhecidos. "Fortune Street é um banco imobiliário com os personagens do Mario e do Dragon Quest".