Rated 0 out of 10 by OddGamer Party all night!
Both this game and Mario party 9 coming out is sweet! Still something about this game just feels like a big drag, call it a 6th scene. It's most likely the lack of choices as far as who you can play as. The only dragon quest player I could get behind myself was slime though maybe others will enjoy paying as the other two. I plan on renting this game the moment it comes out and hope they bring in many more people from dragon quest and Mario's world. If nothing else hopefully they will make using your Mii just as fun as using someone like Bowser "stupid shop I'll... I'll stop it right into the ground!" Classic Bowser and kind of funny. If they either put better, in my view, Dragon quest players in the game or give your Mii killer lines like Bowser's, then I'll buy the game fast enough to make the a Gamestop employee's head spin.
Rated 0 out of 10 by pokemonguy Perfection and Awesome
This game uses both, characters from Super Mario Brothers and Dragon Quest. Both of these are fun on their own, but mixed together makes the perfect combo. This game is similar to the Mario Party Series, currently at nine games and soon to come out with its tenth, Mario Party 9. This game is the perfect mix of board and strategy type games. Judging by the first video, it has two Mario and two Dragon Quest characters in every section. This leads me to believe that it is a battle between the two games. Because this game just came out, it makes it a perfect gift for the holidays. This game is sure to be great for everyone.
Rated 5 out of 10 by Denverblood Good idea, horrible execution.
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. Game ides is solid but the game sucks because it seems programmed for the computer to always succeed. I won the first time and not again since. Don't buy this game unless you like losing.
Rated 10 out of 10 by HotDog Great game all around
Fortune Street is a great monopoply type game using some of Nintendo's favorite characters. The gameplay is fantastic and put together for all ages to enjoy. I really like the graphics and use of colors in this game and it has great looking backgrounds. What I love most is the music. It has a classic Nintendo sound to it. I like how each character is based on the real Nintendo character's attitude. And yes, you can play with friends online which is a great feature. If you are thinking of getting this game GO GET IT!!!
Rated 1 out of 10 by animalcrossing3D Terrible, just terrible!
I could write a song about how terrible it is. You pretty much just hit 2 over and over. And a bunch of disc space was wasted by playable Square Enix characters noone's ever heard of. It's no wonder they never released in the U. S. before. This is the 2nd most boring video game I've ever played. If you want to have fun, get Mario Party instead (I wouldn't reccomend MP9). Bottomline is, this game SUCKS!
Rated 10 out of 10 by 646464 Buy! Buy! Buy!
Invest your money in Fortune Street and you will not regret it! The world of Mario takes on the Dragon Quest franchise in a Monopoly meets Mario Party type game. Up to four players can join in on this property buying madness! It's a great strategy game that is easy to learn. You are able to choose a wide variety of characters from the Mario & Dragon Quest franchise.
Rated 9 out of 10 by Inoku One of the best strategy games for the Wii.
Ok the graphics are not the greatest, but they aren't totally bad. I like how they have different ranks for the characters, if you want to go against tough people. The music is great, I love it when someone reaches their limit value and the music changes. It is very time cosuming, if you like spending about an hour or more on each game, depending on the board. It is an excellent party game though.
Rated 10 out of 10 by Bullwinkle WOW
I am so addicted to this game i can not stop playing i really like it because it is far more challenging then a lot of the other Mario game. it has a great boards and has a great concept to it over all yea it is a Mario Monopoly but i think it is better then an Monopoly game that i have played in a long time this is a must buy anybody can have a good time with this game,
Rated 9 out of 10 by Riyoko7694 Why Didn't they Bring this to America Earlier?
Fortune Street is the Japenesse's Itakui Street series in America. Only I Have to Ask Why wasn't this series around in America when The Original Itakui Streets were Around? Either Way it dosn't Matter cause this game is Addicting! The combination of Mario,Mario Party, Dragon Quest, Monopoly, and your Miis make this a must buy If you don't have it yet. This is a great use of $50.
Rated 0 out of 10 by InternetGamer Monopoly the Mario way.
I'm a fan of both DQ and the Mario series in general. I'd love to see the idea of the two franchises getting together to enjoy a nice game of Monopoly, and finally without having to deal with Bowser. (Well sort of.) I hope the game isn't as confusing and fast-paced as it is, cause I don't think i'd be able to handle such a thing.