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08/12/2012 Artistic Sketchy Gamer Review
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Boom Street Nintendo Wii

Boom Street

Nintendo Wii



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We all love Mario in our house. And on a rare occasion, we dig out the old Monopoly board for a round of tears and tantrums (and that's just me.) So the chance to play a game that's a mixture of the two was greeted with whoops of excitement.

It's a pity that the end result is dodgier than Donald Trump's hairstyle. The graphics are passable, the mini-games (the best part of this) are few and far between and it sadly commits the cardinal sin of video games -- it's just so boring.

We wanted to like it, we tried to like it, but unfortunately Boom Street didn't shake the room.

Written by Kent Tayler

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"I am a freelance cartoonist for Viz, Private Eye, Prospect and The Sun to name a few. My parents tell me I've drawing since I could hold a pencil. Playing videogames came just a few years after that."

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