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The really interesting thing about attending E3 is months later I am playing the final product of something I played in Los Angeles. Monopoly Streets is another game that I played at E3. The look of this game really impressed me. Miis walking around the 3D board, the animations of the pieces, and the fun game play for families. I am bombarded with games while I am at E3, so it takes something special to really stick out. Monopoly Streets is one of those games that stuck out.

The various characters in Monopoly Streets brought a smile to my face. The animations (many of which can be skipped), and shine on the pieces is fantastic. The 3D boards felt like actually being inside a city. There are so many little details in Monopoly Streets that it is impossible. I will try and mention a few though. The water flowing from that utility, or the flowers on a property stick out.

We were playing Monopoly Streets, and somewhere around turn 75 I found myself tired of the verbal celebrations of my character. Thankfully this was a temporary reaction, and I believe it had more to do with my dwindling empire. The sounds in Monopoly Streets are fun loving, happy, and very upbeat. The humor in Monopoly Streets reaches all ages. One of my sons loves the humor in this game, and spending time with daddy playing Monopoly.

Four family members can enjoy Monopoly Streets on the Wii/Xbox 360/PS3. Family Friendly Gaming was given the Wii version, and we love seeing the Miis around the game. The Xbox 360 version has Avatars that interact with the game. Chance has a lot to do with how long a game of Monopoly Streets will last. Thankfully this home console game includes options to limit the game. Turn limits can be set, as well as after a certain number of colors are collected.

The options in Monopoly Streets do not end there though. There is classic Monopoly, and a whole slew of various options available. Families can set up house rules, and save them. Don't want to buy a property then there is the auction option. Players bid on the property, and this can be most interesting. One player may want the final rail road, and you can make them pay out the nose for it. Need an extra die to speed up the game? The choices available in Monopoly Streets are very note worthy.

We had fun playing Monopoly Streets. I can see this game being a top pick when it comes to what to play on a family game night. Monopoly Streets teaches strategy, as well as basic investment planning. I really hope EA continues to upgrade certain board games in the near future. The treatment they have given Monopoly in Monopoly Streets is awesome. It was my pleasure to be able to play and review Monopoly Streets.
- Paul


Graphics: 89%
Sound: 88%
Replay/Extras: 98%
Gameplay: 95%
Family Friendly Factor: 91%
System: Wii/Xbox 360/Playstation 3
Publisher: EA
Rating: 'E' for Everyone

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