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Monopoly (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Casual (Board Game)
Developer: Sculptured Software

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Monopoly review

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royalranger says: "The NES game of Monopoly is based on Parker Brother's classic real estate trading board game of the same name. Released in 1991 by, of course, Parker Brothers, Monopoly successfully makes its transfer into the video gaming world. With other Monopoly video game ventures ahead of them, Parker Brother starts out with a bang in this video game port of their highly successful board game. "
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Monopoly review

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sgreenwell says: "All in all, Monopoly is a great port of the board game. Anybody looking for anything else will be severely disappointed though."
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