- Add houses to your properties and watch as high-rent districts sprout mansions and lavish hotels
- Experience Mr. Monopoly’s world at an interactive, 3D street level
- Download fun extras, including themed boards and tokens
- Establish and save house rules to play longer or shorter based on your own schedule
Monopoly Collection Description
Establish and save house rules to play longer or shorter based on your own schedule..
Reviews By nemepoznavash : Date November 17, 2011
This game has wonderful options, many ways to play, classical or city. One only drawback, if more people plan to play, you need the same amount of remotes, of course up to four people. No way to simply pass a remote around. So if you have two remotes, your play is limited to two people, but you can add two computer opponents to make it four players.
Reviews By Cherise Kachelmuss : Date December 12, 2011
My husband is a Monopoly-addict, he can play anytime, anywhere. With the Nintendo Wii version of Monopoly my husband and I can play a game without the mess of the pieces (that our kids will destroy) and even pause or it save it! We can also mix it up with the different styles of the game and Monopoly boards! When the first Monopoly came out for the Wii, my husband thought it was the coolest game. Then with the new features included in Monopoly Streets both of us loved it. Monopoly Streets I think makes Monopoly more exciting and it feels like you are walking around the actual Monopoly properties! Both games though offer various gameboards, tokens and other features you can unlock as you play. They also have different rules you can add or use for shorter gameplay and such.
What is nice is when you first load the game Monopoly Collection, you have two choices: Monopoly or Monopoly Streets.
Reviews By Olive : Date January 13, 2012
it is definitely not the Monopoly of my childhood, but it is fun and I can see how it could become the Monopoly game of children today. I do like the “street” version the best because it puts me (mii) on the board for a completely new and exciting take on the game. All in all I think it was a good buy, and it brings young and old together in an up-to-date way.