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Monopoly (Wii)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 116 reviews of Monopoly (Wii). The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. Reviews about the single player gameplay and usability are generally positive. The graphics and design are also mentioned favorably, whereas the gameplay and price get less positive views.

design, graphics, usability, single player

price, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Monopoly (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Monopoly (Wii)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 44 user reviews of Monopoly (Wii) from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games on Amazon.co.uk. People are impressed by the usability and single player gameplay. The design and graphics also get good views, but there are some mixed reviews about the price.

graphics, design, single player, usability

86% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Monopoly (Wii)

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Monopoly Streets (Wii)

 

For the greater part of a century, Monopoly has done just fine for itself as a game of abstractions, skillfully avoiding any questions of how a thimble and a howitzer can lead to rubbing shoulders with John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie. Even its...

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Monopoly Streets

 

Proceed to go and collect $200.

Plenty of modes ; Colorful and detailed boards ; Local multiplayer ; Great soundtrack

Wii version gives you no benefits for a huge price premium over other platforms ; Character voices can be annoying

I didn't know if I should pick this one up or not, seeing that my auntie already owns the first Monopoly game on Wii. I guess I'll skip this one. Thank you for the review, Matt.

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Monopoly Streets Review

 

Monopoly Streets admirably brings the famed board game to life, but annoying characters and poor pacing keep this outing from rolling doubles.

Seeing your property develop is a nice visual treat ; Entertaining minigame auctions ; Plenty of options for custom play ; Classic boards available ; You can play as your Mii

Some character voices quickly grow annoying ; Poor pacing ; Only includes two cities

Of course, the concept's main attraction is the opportunity to see your properties develop. Upon purchase, each property features a quaintly decorated garden until you can afford to buy houses and hotels, and these, in turn, are built according to the...

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Monopoly (2008) on Wii

 

This party-remix mode may seem confusing to begin with, and it can be -- since it throws almost all of the standard Monopoly rules out and just retains the barest foundations of the game. But after a few rounds, its appeal reveals itself and its fun...

Take a long ride on the Short Line.

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Monopoly Streets

 

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Monopoly

 

The classic Real Estate Trading Game re-invests in the console space in 2008, with Electronic Arts rolling the dice. This interactive edition of Monopoly features smooth 3D graphics, expressive animations, and ten stylized game boards with themes such as

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Monopoly Streets

 

Parker Brothers' classic real estate trading game comes to life in the detailed 3D worlds of Monopoly Streets. The video game version follows the tabletop original in rule and in spirit, but illustrates events and changing game circumstances in an explora

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Monopoly Review - Wii

 

monopoly review: Wii Monopoly proves that sometimes, technology doesn't improve a game.

You can't lose the pieces, Family members can't cheat

Richest Minigames are poor, Richest Mode itself is so random as to be worthless, Family members can't cheat

Wii Monopoly proves that sometimes, technology doesn't improve a game.

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Monopoly Wii Review

 

The Wii has gained a reputation for family-friendly games, and a board game conversion like Monopoly should be a banker for a company like EA at Christmas. The most important aspects have to be the ease of use, the extra features added and the...

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Monopoly

 

We bring you a review of the video game version of the most successful board game ever released, Monopoly.

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