Japan’s latest Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy cross-over Fortune Street got some new trailers and a fall release date. The news came earlier today and although there’s no word on if it will get localized, the chibi rendering of some of my favorite JRPG characters was too much to ignore.
The Wii's new virtual board game Fortune Street threatens to overwhelm you at first, but don't let that stop you from becoming part of the 1 percent in this Monopoly-esque game.
Fans have been clamoring for the popular Japanese financial board game series Itadaki Street to make it to North America since the original was released back in 1991. Fortune Street for the Wii scratches that itch bloody.
In real life, insider trading is as much a crime as jumping on someone's head and flattening them to death.
If they've been making versions of the Nintendo Wii's new board game for 20 years, if Nintendo themselves are publishing it—choosing to sell this to us this holiday season instead of other Japanese games still awaiting translation—then surely it must be good and worth buying?
The back of the Mario Kart 7 box encourages shoppers to "take racing to new heights with the all-new glider." That's cool.