Summary: the classic monopoly is still a "classic", but streets monopoly is awesome especially with the different variations of the game. there is always an option to mix it up if you get bored of one style of play.
Summary: This is a fun game for monopoly fans. You can pause and save progress, and you don't have to set up a board. As you get better, you unlock new boards. My favorite is the candy theme. The only drawback is that Mr. Monopoly does not advise you on trades like he does in the pogo.com version.
Summary: I ordered this game because I love playing the real thing with my brother and still wanted to play the game when he is away at school. I know it's impossible to replicate the real thing, but the game makers did a pretty decent job of recreating it. To me, it's not as much fun as the real thing or if you're playing by yourself, but it's better than the alternative of not playing at all!
Summary: She is the monopoly fan, and she likes it. It's better than the PS2 version we had, which could be very annoying with computer players. This one seems to have a better interface when you have a computer opponent.
Summary: The Monopoly board game is a classic and this Wii version does a great job of implementing it. Pros: Many board and modes to choose from Easy to play and understand Cons: You have to wait constantly for Mr. Money Bags to run around the board or finish talking (cutscenes without skipping) -.5 star The UX is a little difficult, trading and property management takes a little bit to understand -.5 star Overall a good sit down for a while type family game that older and...