Monopoly On Sale 50% Off

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I don't currently own it, but played it on a buds when he was visiting and it's a good representation of the game. First there are tons of options for offline single player or multiplayer options, as well as online options, and friend rooms, as well as the ability to adjust the various rules to make the game longer or faster.

Also, it comes with a few themed boards for those that like a theme, the names of the locations are changed and it has some animations going on in the background on the board.

20$ instead of the usual 40 (the price it probably should have started at imo) but it worked the entire time i played, and my friend has already logged 15 hours in it. Those with families, or like board games check it out.
 
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I dunno the reviews for it have been utter shite. But is it because it's as bad as the ones Ubisoft did or is it because people are tired of Monopoly?
 

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I dunno the reviews for it have been utter shite. But is it because it's as bad as the ones Ubisoft did or is it because people are tired of Monopoly?
I've always enjoyed the Monopoly games, even the Ubi ones. They are hard to mess up honestly. Plus they are tons of fun with friends and family. Especially when made into drinking games lol.
 
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I've always enjoyed the Monopoly games, even the Ubi ones. They are hard to mess up honestly. Plus they are tons of fun with friends and family. Especially when made into drinking games lol.
I bought a copy of the Ubisoft one for me and another copy for a friend. I think they were like $10-15 on Black Friday. Well we played for like an hour and a half, online and then someone got disconnected, and we couldn't figure out how to get him back in the game, we couldn't have A.I. take over.

I don't know if that got fixed or not but it basically made Monopoly unplayable cause I had fast internet, he had fast internet, but I couldn't figure out how to save and quit a game and then get someone back into it. It's rare that I know I have 3-5 hours to play a game of monopoly. Since I don't live in town dragging people all the way out to play the game is kinda ridiculous. Especially if it ends up being a long game. I just wanted a good online experience, and that wasn't it.

The PS3 one? That one was the bomb. Don't know why they didn't just rerelease that game on the PS4, with updated visuals, abililty to make your own boards, etc...