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Monopoly

Electronic Arts
$19.99

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  • Nintendo Wii
  • Nintendo DS
  • PlayStation 3
  • Xbox 360

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Celebrating over 70 years of family fun, the legendary property trading game MONOPOLY® is hitting video game consoles in a whole new way! The world's most popular board game returns in 2008 with MONOPOLY® HERE & NOW: The World Edition, a modern makeover of the classic game. With a host of current-day cities and landmarks from all over the world, this new version will let players wheel and deal and compete to own some of the most recognized locales on Earth. EA brings this exciting new edition of the beloved board game to video game consoles for the first time along with entirely new features that focus on super-fast play, fun and interactive mini-games and four-player simultaneous gameplay. Players can now host the ultimate MONOPOLY night with family and friends.

FEATURES

  • Get Rich Quick — In this all-new, super-fast version, trade properties and compete in exciting mini-games to see who makes the top of the rich list!
  • Group Play — Up to four players can simultaneously join in on the “rags to riches” fun.
  • Monopoly Past, Present & Future — The most extensive collection of MONOPOLY boards all in one package – from the newest MONOPOLY HERE & NOW: The World Edition to classic MONOPOLY.
  • Now Boarding — Fill up your passport as you play to unlock new and never-before-seen MONOPOLY boards.

Connectivity:
Live Aware
Number of Players:
1-4 Players

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Q: Is this game go with xbox one?

The boss 44 2 years ago
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Yes

2 years ago
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Q: can you play this game on the Xbox one? I tried to look for it on downloads and couldn't find it

Silverraven 1 year ago

3.7

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36.0% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
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2.0 Verified Purchaser
No online play
Kusho
9 months ago
No online play. Bought because a friend of mine only has a Xbox360. Wanted to be able to play with him over the net. This game does not support that.
Length of ownership: 1 month
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3.0 Verified Purchaser
Ok game
braesmom84
1 year ago
It's a pretty good game but I keep having to restart it.
Length of ownership: 1 week
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5.0 Verified Purchaser
Great product
Jessica estes
2 years ago
I love the board game and playing it this way is even better
Length of ownership: 1 week
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3.0 Verified Purchaser
MONOPOLY...eh
TheSaints
2 years ago
This game is okay, it's just a little bit non exciting and you really don't have to do much, but it's MONOPOLY so there you go
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5.0 Verified Purchaser
Better than the Board Game!
sgoodwin85
2 years ago
We loved it and its easier than the board game because there is no clean up and money to deal with as it is all electronic and makes it a little quicker, as we all know how long Monopoly can take.
Length of ownership: 1 month
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2.0 Verified Purchaser
The box looks cool... game & play - not so much
Terassah
3 years ago
The graphics were so busy couldn't tell when a house / hotel was placed, auction option was confusing... not worth the price - esp. when you can get the actual board game for $3 more and completely understand what's happening
Length of ownership: 1 month
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4.0
Good
Deviza11
8 years ago
Monopoly is a good game. You can play it for a long time. Good way to play with your family. By yourself it is still pretty good.
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4.0
Windows style user-interface is unfortunate
pzulw
8 years ago
Windows style user-interface is unfortunate. Dialog boxes pop up and the user must move a pointer over buttons to select them. This must be a cheaply done port from Windows. To make matters worse, the game often fails to register that the pointer is over a button - you have to move the pointer away and back again to get it to register. For younger players this is more then a minor annoyance because they will need the help of an adult. Something that would have been trivial to fix has seriously degraded and slowed down the game play several time during each turn. The designers should have done an XBOX-style user interface and used the controller buttons properly: (B) for back (A) for accept. The music is extremely repetitive "light jazz"/"elevator music". The spoken narration is repetitive too. Monopoly is a fun game and the fun survives the bad UI. We are accustomed to working around the UI and we still play it all the time. If the game's makers care about their reputation they would provide a downloadable patch to fix the UI problems.
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2.0
... Really?... *throws chair*
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9 years ago
The music's annoying. The computer cheats when losing badly. Game gets incredibly frustrating. Good if not playing with only computers. Multiplayer's fine. no worth $30. Go buy resident evil or Jak & Dax'. Not this... Nope... Stop.
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1.0
Very unimpressed
Spark
12 years ago
I was very unimpressed with this game. Yes, it is fun to play cause it bring monopoly to life but the computer obviously cheats on more than one occasion. And its very hard to win against the computer. You can own almost every single property on the board and still the computer player will not land on any of your property. They will either roll and the computer will move too many or they will land somewhere that they make money. I also noticed how mortgaging property with the computer they will get more money than what they are supposed to. I would not recommend this game to anyone unless you have 6 hours to sit down and if you have that you may as well just play the regular game that way no one will cheat without you being able to do something about it. One thing I did find helpful if you're playing with a group and the computer has the upper hand and you land on a property that could land you bankrupt, instead of mortgaging properties and selling houses just sell the houses first then trade the rest of your money and property to someone you are playing with for an off property from the other person. That way the computer doesn't get all your property. Thats about the only way to win against the computer.
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