Summary: You read the title. The computer players 99% of the time will get a perfect die roll and avoid your properties and land on bonus tiles. They'll even land on each others tiles and avoid yours. Otherwise, if your playing with real people its a fun game like monopoly but takes a long time to win.
Summary: It's an alright game. I was assuming it would have graphics closer to Mario Party 8 based on the cover. Not for younger kids, it is a thinking game and you have to have business sense to win. Not like monopoly and not like Mario Party. Similar but more of a business strategy game.
Summary: This game is just as the reviews make it sound. It is a lot of fun if you like monopoly, and my girls love to play it with me. I think it can be a little long though. As a result, it can get a little boring after a while. This makes it hard to finish a game.
Summary: Fortune Street is a real estate board game with the option of playing with stock-trading rules (investing in districts raises stock values) or not. You go around the board snapping up shops, hoping to get clusters of shops that are worth more and charge higher prices to other who stop in. You earn progressively higher salaries by collecting suits (hearts, spades, clubs, diamonds) and returning with them to the bank.
Summary: This is a fun game, similar to Monopoly with a stock market element. It can take quite a while to play a game. It has some issues, like you can unlock additional maps ect, but must play the "single player" mode to do so. That's lame. This is a multiplayer game. It could also be quicker to play but still fun.
Summary: The idea of this game is very addicting if not for atrocious programming. There is no difficulty settings and the computer is extremely difficult. In the beginning of a game the computer characters always land on properties to buy them while users land on useless spots. As the game goes the users always land on spots to owe rent to the computer. While the computer always rolls precisely what they need to get out of traps.
Summary: First, as many reviewers have said, this is not like Mario party. The Nintendo characters are incidental to the game. You can use them as your game markers, but of course, you don't get to make their sounds like you do in Mario party. It is "just" a board game. Occasionally you will land on an action square that has a small game-like action, but very small, and you don't "play" them with the other characters, though they may be affected by the results.
Summary: Still needs improving; but worth a rental if you have about 8-10 hours to kill collecting $10K to get to the bank. The presentation is very awesome and the music is sweet. The downsides are the AI is brutal and the boards designs make it where it takes forever to collect and raise your net worth. Some boards has a section that moves; which makes it even longer.
Summary: We played this as a family ranging in ages from 8 to 47, not bad, reminds us of Mario Party with less mini games. The longer the course the longer the game and more assets needed so be prepared to spend awhile.