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- Choose from three 3D boards and Watch as the city lives and evolves as you play.
- Take your game wherever you go with Nintendo Switch, at home on your TV screen or on-the-go in tabletop mode.
- Play your way by selecting from six official house rules chosen by monopoly fans around the world.
- Finish games faster with options for shorter play sessions and choose objectives to Switch up the rules.
- Change your Luck with new actions cards that will penalize your opponents or move you around the board.
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America's favorite family board game, monopoly, makes its debut on Nintendo Switch system with new ways to play! experience three unique 3D boards at home or on-the-go with up to six players in total, or take your game online and challenge players in quick matches. Customize your game by selecting from six official House rules chosen by monopoly fans around the world. Don't have time for a full game? speed it up with special goals that shorten play sessions, and actions cards to move you around the board and personalize your opponents. Build your empire and trade your way to victory!
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I could play Monopoly once a year and be happy. It's not my favorite board game. My wife on the other hand really likes it, and the kids have a love for the game through her. I think she has fond memories playing it with her family and so our family does too. This is a good version of Monopoly. If you like Monopoly and want a portable or online version, this is good. Our whole family can play at the same time. In fact with six people playing, it's a great party game (for the most boring party ever... *Don't tell my wife I said this...*).
You have a lot of options. You can play a pretty straight up Monopoly game. You can play with house rules and there are some small expanded gameplay options like extra cards. Then there are living boards with themes and extra animations. There are new tokens and some little extras, but there is nothing beyond the game of Monopoly.
The graphics are very good and sound is pretty nice. The music is forgettable, but not bad in that I want to turn it off. The voices are so-so and I like turning them off. The fancy boards look great. There are cars moving and trains moving and amusement parks with moving rides. They really made the living boards feel alive.
With the fancy boards, there really is some nice animation. You can skip your token jumping space to space, but you can't skip quite a few animations. Some of it is really cool like the cop sirens and the jail cage that drops on your token. I wish that some of the animations were faster or skippable. Now that's just me. My wife and family think I'm complaining about something dumb and think it adds to the presentation of the game. Also I'm sure it's faster on the classic board, but nobody's wanted to play that way yet...
The controls are all fine. The motion dice rolling with the HD rumble is slightly janky, but also cool. You can roll with an A press too. You can play with a full pair of joycons, a single joycon, or a pro controller. You can have each person playing with half a joy-con or you can pass and play with one controller. We've only played with each player having individual controllers. If you play with bidding on, I'm not sure how that would work for pass and play. You can have six players at the same time.
It's a good game if you like Monopoly. If you don't like Monopoly, there's nothing here for you. But if you like Monopoly, the presentation is pretty spectacular. The gameplay is solid. The extras are interesting. It's up to you to decide whether the game is torture or amazing.
The graphics of the game, and the easy controls make it a good family game. The developers did a good job with the overall design and how they implemented many of the UI components.
If you only have a basic knowledge of the rules in monopoly, this game may not be for you. There is very little explanation, so I would not recommend this game to people who infrequently play the game.
The developers added some optional new rules and some common “house rules” which you can play with. I dislike the new rules (action cards) that they added. They increase the “chance” factor of the game, but mostly feel unbalanced and unfair. Especially when your enemy plays the “swap cash” action card which gives your $1800 to them and their $23 to you. Also, you can only play with one house rule at a time, which doesn’t bother me (we don’t play with house rules) but might bother someone who wants both the Free Parking Cash and Double Go.
Overall, I’m not particularly satisfied with the game, but for $20 it plays well enough. I certainly hope they fix more of the bugs as time goes on.
Once you obtain a “get out of jail free” card, the game will Always let you get out of jail free, even if you already used the card.
This next bug happens when you roll doubles and land on a chance card and draw “advance to the nearest utility”. If that utility is owned, the game will immediate make you roll again, but you will not move. Then you will be forced to pay the rent for the space and your turn will end.
Another bug we found (but could not replicate) resulted in a player with $20 buying a $220 property for only $11. The buy button was not grated out, and when the player pressed Buy the game sold the property.
If you play Monopoly regularly you'll lose patience very quickly because of this slow game today. I’m not going to play this until those ridiculous settings are going to be patched.
But for $19.99 is this not a bad deal at all. So this is a three star review until there are new patches.