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Fortune Street (Wii)

Fortune Street (Wii)
alaScore 87

23 reviews

Sep, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 23 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Fortune Street (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Fortune Street (Wii)

 

In the days of yore, before Pong and the Fairchild Channel F, people looking for competitive experiences in the comfort of their homes amused themselves primarily with tabletop board games. Nowadays, we live in an age of electronic games, but this...

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Fortune Street

 

Don't call it

Whether playing against computer opponents or friends, Fortune Street is unrelenting and unpredictable, balancing controlled calculations with dice luck and opponents scooping properties from under you, while sinister music plays. The game has a...

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Fortune Street Review

 

Fortune Street is a decent strategy board game, but the slow pace siphons away much of the fun.

Wide variety of board designs ; Robust single-player mode with fun opponents and dialogue ; Plenty of extras to unlock

Can be slow-paced even on the highest speed settings ; Easy mode is too dull ; Doesn't hold up well as a party game experience

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Fortune Street is Fun for All, Dull for One

 

Nintendo's new party game has nothing in common with Mario Party, save one: It sucks solo.

Fortune Street stands as one of the best video board games I've ever played. It's far more traditional (read: "Monopoly-like") in feel than the likes of Culdcept Saga, but as an old-fashioned board game concept rendered as a video game it's hard to...

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Fortune Street Review

 

Is Square Enix's digital board game worth investing in?

Fortune Street is not a game for everybody, and most people will likely find it too slow to really get into. Still, there’s a lot more to this video board game than meets the eye, and if you actually give it the time of day you’ll have more fun than...

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Fortune Street- Wii

 

Board-game style video games can often be a kind of hit or miss thing. Titles such as the popular Mario Party find itself in great success, releasing sequel after sequel and continuing to be a series that is loved by gamers to this day. However, games...

Can be fun at first ; Well balanced gameplay

Game sessions are too long ; Game sessions are too repetitive ; Complicated rules can be off-putting

Fortune Street is a game that is doomed to end before it’s supposed to. To many, the learning curve can be far too headache-inducing to enjoy for an extended amount of time. Getting used to the rules is one thing, but continuing to play these...

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i think its a lille boring but i got it

 

i got it becuse i think jessica is a very pretty girl and its not that boring as it sounds like.

Is It Me Or Is It You Ha

Boring ; Boring But I Love Jessica

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Fortune Street- Wii

 

Fortune Street is so dense, complicated, and time consuming that it's hard to imagine that your average mini-game fan will be able to get into it, especially if they were expecting a short and shallow series of 30-second competitions. [...] That said,...

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Fortune Street- Wii

 

Even if you work your way through the option menus to select the speediest settings for everything, I'm not entirely sure who the audience for this game is meant to be. [...] [Fortune] Street's left, then, to capitalise only on the love and...

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Love It!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Love this game, we play it every day the only thing is if you play multiplayer you cant save or unlock anything but we love the game and play the day away. great game for single or multiplayer

Fun To Play

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