North American box art
|Developer(s)|| Square Enix|
Square Enix (JP)
|ESRB PEGI CERO USK ACB|
Fortune Street's gameplay is similar to the board game Monopoly, except it has a feature called the Stock Market, which behaves like the real stock market. Instead of going in a linear path, the various boards are split into districts and there are 4 Suit Spaces where collecting them and going back to the bank will result in a promotion and income with it being determined by the amount of stocks the player has and how many properties the player owns on top of how many times they've been promoted. Buying stocks tend to increase a districts' stock price as well as investing in the properties with the opposite usually dropping the stock price. Having stocks in a district gives the player a commission on all sales as a piece of 10% extra proportional to the amount of stocks in the district versus the player owns in the district. It has several difficulty settings. In easy mode, the stock market feature is disabled.
On top of the property spaces, there are a number of spaces. The start space is called the Bank Space. Here the players can get their promotion and invest in stocks and landing on this space lets the player choose their direction on their next turn. Some boards have Investment Bank spaces which allow the player to invest in stocks but only that. There are Moon Spaces which close a player's properties for a turn. There are Boom spaces and Big Boom spaces that gives a 10% and 50% commission on all sales until the next turn. Landing on a Suit Space or a Chance space gives the player a chance on the event board. Each space has different reward and the board gives bonuses for more spaces chosen in a row. The arcade space lets the player play a game for a reward. There are 5 games that rotate in order (excluding events).
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|Language / Region:||Translates to:|
|Spanish (NOE)||Fortune District|
|French||Race for fortune|
|German||Streets of Fortune|
|Italian||The Fortune Street|