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I rented Deal or No Deal and if you compare the two Monopoly is way better. I like the fact that you can play against the computer and it's challenging. You get to set the computers level of play to make it as challenging as you like. You also get to set to adjust the rules to your liking. Like I always like it when you get money on free parking. I also like it when you get double your money when you land on go. The only option you don't get is the potmoney option which is the one I like to play for free parking. All money you owe to the bank you instead put on free parking, and the person that lands on free parking gets all the loot. Monopoly has several different gameboards you unlock, which is really cool. Especially if you never played on them before like me. And Mr. Monopoly comes to life and talks during the game, and is not annoying in my book. In fact, they do such a good job, you could see a cartoon for tv being made out of this.
i'm a monoply buff and have been for years. we have four versions of the board game in the house and play it almost weekly. we love the streets version, while we could do without the orginal one. but hte mingames on the orginal are fun and interseting. we will be adding this to the collection. if you like monoply watch the characters and how they interact with their environment. it's a hoot.
As far as I can tell, I think they added one extra 3d board to the streets edition but otherwise nothing was changed. Except for the way you unlock boards and tokens in the original, the boards themselves were already included in the original monopoly streets so I don't know why they felt it was necessary to package them together. If you don't already have them, though, it's probably cheaper to get the collection.