Has anyone, in the world, ever, managed to complete an entire game of Monopoly? From our experience, it generally goes something like this: one player goes bust on the first round and spends the rest of the night doing an equally bad job as the banker. Someone else - usually that smarmy sibling who earnsa little bit more than you - buys up all the train stations. The next seven hours are spent slowly giving Mr. Smarm your money, until eventually, everyone starts hustling each other, money goes missing and someone chokes half to death on a hotel.
Itadaki Street [import] review
Japan's biggest franchises clash for a game of monotony
Monopoly if you love it
Buy stock in your property
Monopoly if you hate it
No touch screen use
Mario Party without the minigames
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|Description||Japan's answer to Monopoly - this time featuring characters from the Mario and Dragon Quest universes, and Wi-Fi compatibility.|
|US censor rating||"Rating Pending"|
|UK censor rating||""|
|Release date||1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)|