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Monopoly for Nintendo Switch Critic Reviews

Monopoly for Nintendo Switch is ranked in the 7th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.

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5 / 10.0

Nov 9, 2017

Quick note; the eShop version of Monopoly suffers from a loading bug that causes the game to stall at any load screen. The solution, for the time being, is to completely restart your Switch. I did encounter this issue a couple of times, but a patch is promised to be on the way.

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5.5 / 10.0

Nov 6, 2017

Slow and steady like the game itself, but a virtual experience can’t live up to the real thing.

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55 / 100

Nov 30, 2017

Monopoly for Nintendo Switch works for being a Monopoly game, but is ultimately a gimped port of a several year old game with features such as My Monopoly missing and questionable design choices such as not being able to mix and match house rules. If you’re looking for Monopoly on the go, it may be better to wait for a price drop.

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4 / 10.0

Nov 11, 2017

Basically, don’t bother with Monopoly on Switch until it becomes way cheaper, and with far fewer bugs and glitches.

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5 / 10

Nov 9, 2017

While the experience is mostly transported to the Switch, it should be said that it doesn’t fully live up to the original but it can still be a fun game. That being said, a mistake that leads to enormous loading times can seriously harm the experience and the game’s price is too high for what is included in this version.

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5 / 10

Nov 6, 2017

If Monopoly is your thing, you can’t really go wrong with Monopoly for Nintendo Switch. It performs exactly how you’d expect it to – offering an almost exact, neatly-executed copy of the experience that you can get from the board game. This is its main problem, though – it does so little to offer anything new that it almost seems pointless having it in the first place. Call us old-fashioned if you like, but we’d play the board game version over this one any day.

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3 / 5.0

Nov 6, 2017

While Monopoly for Nintendo Switch doesn’t feel like a big enhancement of the three-year-old iteration that came before, the flexibility of options it retains does incentivize those initially put off by the game’s infamously, never-ending demeanor.

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Nov 23, 2017

It might well have been coincidence, but that’s the problem with Monopoly as a game; it relies too much on luck and it’s hard to spin that into something entertaining.

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4 / 10

Dec 2, 2017

Unlike UNO, there really is no reason to pick Monopoly for Nintendo Switch over its physical counterpart. The multiple boards, pieces, and unlockables are nice in theory, but they’re plagued by inadequate load times, a choppy frame rate, and a surprisingly unfriendly UI. The inclusion of online is a good bonus for anyone desperate to play Monopoly on the go, but that’s only in the hypothetical situation where someone happens to be online and is willing to throw a few hours into a laggy match. Monopoly should have been an easy adaptation over to the Switch, but it simply isn’t worth purchasing when the actual board game can’t be bogged down by technical issues and bizarre direction.

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6 / 10.0

Nov 24, 2017

That product, mind you, isn’t anything majorly exciting and would have benefitted from a bit more content. It’s interesting playing an animated version, and if you are in for the commitment you can have a decent time. That being said, there are plenty of party games on the Switch that offer more instant fun.

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5. 8 / 10.0

Nov 21, 2014

Although Monopoly Family Fun Pack is a very limited and deceptive experience, it can be a lot of fun.

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3 / 5.0

Nov 8, 2017

By no means a bad game, Monopoly for Nintendo Switch just seems to miss the point a little. As far as replicating the board game goes, this title does a great job. However, the things that make Monopoly great – the arguments, the social aspect etc are somewhat lacking here. For the price of this title, you’d be better off spending your money on the actual board game and playing with friends and family – it’d be cheaper and a heck of a lot more fun!

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7.3 / 10.0

Nov 16, 2017

Monopoly for Nintendo Switch will satisfy those who want to play the iconic board game with friends on the screen or with a digital portable experience. It lacks the serious singleplayer experience with a dumb AI and performance issues when playing online, but overall is still a fun and kind of overpriced title for the Nintendo console.

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6 / 10

Nov 6, 2017

Monopoly for Nintendo Switch delivers a solid enough version of the famous board game that’s unfortunately held back by some frustrating issues. With a little polish, better pacing, and a more competitive price point, this version could have been a great alternative for fans of the game. As it stands though Monopoly for Nintendo Switch is perfectly playable but feels like a bit of a missed opportunity.

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Unscored

Nov 12, 2017

If you’re a fan of Monopoly then the Nintendo Switch version is perfect for you. It doesn’t matter if you play it on the big TV or on to go – it’s a must have for fans.

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Monopoly Madness for Switch Reviews

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  • Publisher:

    Ubisoft

  • Release Date:
    Dec 9, 2021
  • Also On:

    PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Stadia, Xbox One, Xbox Series X

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    In Monopoly Madness, players compete to buy and upgrade properties in MONOPOLY City, all while our old friend Mr. Monopoly is away on a well-earned vacation. It’s here where they face up to 5 other players in short, frantic rounds, as a real-time race takes place on the chaotic streets ofIn Monopoly Madness, players compete to buy and upgrade properties in MONOPOLY City, all while our old friend Mr. Monopoly is away on a well-earned vacation. It’s here where they face up to 5 other players in short, frantic rounds, as a real-time race takes place on the chaotic streets of MONOPOLY City, all without the boundaries of the board.… Expand

  • Developer:

    Engine Software

  • Genre(s): Miscellaneous, Board / Card Game, Party / Minigame
  • # of players:
    Up to 6
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    Stadia
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    E
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  1. While it would have been easy enough for Ubisoft to slap the Monopoly brand on a cheap collection of mini-games, instead they made an effort to give a wide range of boards and characters, and even added a story mode in case you want to play solo. You really should play Monopoly Madness with others, though. And that’s a recommendation, too, not just a statement of fact. It’s easy enough to pick up that almost anyone can play, while each match is both short and competitive enough that it’s the sort of thing that you’ll actually want to play it with others. It’s not Monopoly, to be sure – but in this case, that works surprisingly well.

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