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Zelda and Pokemon Monopoly will make you scream 'shut up and take my Rupees!'


10:00 PM on 04.09.2014
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Monopoly, a/k/a The Game That Never Ends And Destroys Families And Friendships, is adding some flair from Nintendo in the coming months. The Legend of Zelda and Pokemon will get their own iterations of the game on August 15 and August 21 respectively.

As of today, we just have the prototypes of the game boxes to share, courtesy of Nintendo World Report. I have to say, they look nifty enough to make me want to try my hand at them. One condition though: I'm not the banker, unless I get to smash some pots to get to the currency.

New Pokemon, Zelda Monopoly Boxes Revealed [Nintendo World Report]

Zelda and Pokemon Monopoly will make you scream 'shut up and take my Rupees!' photo
Zelda and Pokemon Monopoly will make you scream 'shut up and take my Rupees!' photo





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