Summary: Arrived as expected. Funny "3D" version of the old Monopoly game. Sounds are funny. Frequent summary and comparison between players. It's always possible to have an overlook of the game or the city. The city is put in format as long as you built homes and hotels. Great! My daugther asked for it. I played with her when she was younger and it's a renewed pleasure!
Summary: My daughter found this ok, but after a little while started to get bored with this game, single player option is very good if family dont want to play, as this can take a while to complete the game.
Summary: As you would expect from monopoly a long winded game. Dont get me wrong its a great game tho when playing alone you do get bored of waiting inbetween goes and cant skip it quick enough. I brought this one for my dad who seems to have many monopoly producks and this was completly different he loved it and I was then brought it for my birthday. Good game not bad graphics.
Summary: In our family noone likes to loose and this monopoly is very like the board game! The quick version was good although the distribution of properties is not always fair. We only have two controllers though and it wouldn't let more than two 'humans' play which was frustrating.
Nice 3D experience, shame about 1 player per remote limit
24 December 2011
Summary: Great family fun game (or a house breaker as a Monopoly game always is). Much better experience than old Monopoly for Wii. It would have been better and five stars if there was the ability to play more players than one per remote.
Summary: Played it to death. Have unlocked all the extra items and boards. Still playing it to death. Play as one of the characters that go with the pieces or as one of your Mii's. Some cool features in this edition of Monopoly. The 3 dice option that gives you a sort of routlette feel adds a new dimension to the game. The fact that you can also get off a bus at certain stops based on your dice throw is also pretty good.
Monopoly Streets is great fun for the whole family to enjoy.
10 April 2011
Conclusion: When I was a young boy I use to love playing Monopoly with my parents and sister. We would have hours of fun and now I can have hours of fun with Monopoly Streets on the Wii with my partner and other family members and friends. The graphics really look good for a board game especially in the city mode which has your Mii characters walking around the streets.