Summary: I have never played a board game without a physical board. And its been ages since that. I got this as something to do when I am bored at home, and I am enjoying it. It's a cute game and while it can be boring waiting for your turn, when playing against the computer, the characters in the game "chitchat" with you and each other, which seems to lessen the boredom a little. My only complaint is that this game is TERRIBLY RIGGED.
Nintendo/Dragon Quest Monopoly: Be sure to bring friends!
11 August 2013
Summary: I'll just leave this up to a few bullet points: 1. This game is Monopoly, not Mario Party. Anyone who tells you this game resembles Mario Party in any way should fall off a cliff. This game is meant to be similar to any money-management board game (e.g., Monopoly), with a few added twists.
Summary: This game is similar to monopoly but a little slower, if you can imagine that. Also, I bought it for a 6 year old who just started reading 6 months ago. She mostly can play it without help. Once in a while something is written on the screen that she can not read yet. She may be a little young for this game, but she hasn't given up on it.
Summary: I purchased this game because not only was it very reasonably priced but also because Mario games are one of the best. I am in my twenties and I have teenage brothers so we are way beyond the childish video games phase. This game seems to be pretty interesting from the one quick game we played. There were only three of us playing which meant the fourth player had to be the NPC.
Summary: I got this for my family to enjoy with me, but when I started playing (to get an idea of how it should be played) I found that I couldn't put the controller down... the gameplay is both graspable and highly strategic giving it that Easy to learn difficult to master feel. This proves that just because a game doesn't have Mature themes doesn't mean it's not fun.