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Itadaki Street (いただきストリート Itadaki Sutorīto ?, lit. "Top Street") is a computer board game series originally created by Dragon Quest designer Yuji Horii. The first game was released in Japan on Nintendo's Famicom in 1991. Since then, sequels have been released for the Super Famicom and Sony's PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, and the Nintendo DS. They are all exclusive to Japan.

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Gameplay

The games are similar to Monopoly: players roll one die to advance around a board, purchase unowned property they land on and earn money when opponents land on the player's property, and draw cards when they land on certain spaces. The games' also differ from Monopoly in that players can buy and sell stocks of a block, affecting the value of block's stock by buying or selling that block's stock or by developing a player owned property of that block which increases the value per share of stock for that block. It is not necessary to own the entire block to develop a property, though controlling more than one property of a block allows the player to develop their properties to larger buildings and collect more from opponents. Players must collect a set of four suits to level up and collect additional gold when the pass the starting position/bank. In most versions, up to four players can compete to win each board. To win a player must make it back to the bank with the board's required amount, which includes the total value of the player's stocks, property value, and gold on hand.

Games

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Itadaki Street: Watashi no Omise ni Yottette

Itadaki Street: Watashi no Omise ni Yottette
Developer(s) Game Studio
Publisher(s) ASCII
Platform(s) Famicom
Release date(s) JP March 21, 1991
[1]
Genre(s) Business simulation
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer (up to 4 players)
Rating(s) CERO: n/a (not rated)
Media 6-megabit Cartridge
Input methods Famicom controller(s)

Itadaki Street: Watashi no Omise ni Yottette (いただきストリート 〜私のお店によってって ?) was developed by Loginsoft and released on the Famicom on March 21, 1991. It was published by ASCII.

Itadaki Street 2: Neon Sign wa Bara Iro ni

Itadaki Street 2: Neon Sign wa Bara Iro ni
Developer(s) Tomcat System
Publisher(s) Enix, Armor Project, ASCII[2]
Composer(s) Kōichi Sugiyama
Platform(s) Super Famicom
Release date(s) JP February 26, 1994[3][4]
Genre(s) Business simulation
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer (up to 4 players)
Rating(s) CERO: n/a (not rated)
Media 12-megabit Cartridge
Input methods Super Famicom controller(s)

Itadaki Street 2: Neon Sign wa Bara Iro ni (いただきストリート2 ネオンサインはバラ色に ?) for the Super Famicom operates like a junior version of Super Okuman Chouja Game. Instead of the players making purchases and sales completely on their own, the game offers advice for important situations. There are many themes including modern, futuristic, and the map of the world. Players that are controlled by the game's artificial intelligence range from teenagers to senior citizens.

The game requires Japanese literacy. Players can move from 1 to 9 squares and must allow collect symbols from playing cards in order to get money from the bank. Casino gambling is also available and it includes Bingo and slot machines. Like in Tower Dream, the game instantly ends if the only human player gets bankrupt in a game involving 3 AI-controlled players and 1 human-controlled player.

Characters:

  • Yamamoto Shinji (山本 しんじ)
  • Kojima Koukei (小島 こうへい)
  • Miyajima Natsuhiko (宮島 なつひこ)
  • Sagawa Hiroyuki (佐川 ひろゆき)
  • Yazaki Seiji (矢崎 せいじ)
  • Mori Takemaru (森 たけまる)
  • Marurazaki Heisuke (枕崎 へいすけ)
  • Tachibana Ayaka (立花 あやか)
  • Nikaidou Mayu (二階堂 まゆ)
  • Morishita Konomi (森下 このみ)
  • Saiohji Kaoruko (西園寺 かおるこ)
  • Saitou Kazumi (斎藤 かずみ
  • Sherry Fox (シェリー・フォックス)
  • Imaizumi Kyouko (今泉 きょうこ)
  • Samejima Yuuko (鮫島 ゆうこ)

Itadaki Street: Gorgeous King

Itadaki Street: Gorgeous King (いただきストリート ゴージャスキング ?) was released on the PlayStation in 1998. It was published by Enix.[5] As of December 2004, the game has sold over 281,000 copies.[6]

Itadaki Street 3

Itadaki Street 3 Okumanchouja Nishiteageru: Kateikyoushi Tsuki (いただきストリート3 億万長者にしてあげる! ~家庭教師つき!~ ?) was developed by Tamsoft and released on the PlayStation 2 in 2002. It was published by Enix.

Itadaki Street Special

Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Special
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Developer(s) Paon
Publisher(s) Square Enix
Composer(s) Kōichi Sugiyama
Series Itadaki Street
Platform(s) PlayStation 2
Release date(s) JP December 22, 2004
Genre(s) Board game
Mode(s) Single player, Multi-player
Rating(s) CERO: A (All ages)
Media DVD-ROM
Input methods Gamepad
Cloud Strife from Itadaki Street Special. Aerith is in the background

Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Special (ドラゴンクエスト&ファイナルファンタジー in いただきストリート Special), or simply Itadaki Street Special, was released on December 22, 2004 by Square Enix for the PlayStation 2. One to four players can play at the same time which makes this game different from its predecessors. The game features characters from Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy.

Characters from the Dragon Quest series include:

Characters from the Final Fantasy series include:

As of August 31, 2005, the game has sold 380 thousand units in Japan.[7]

Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable

Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable
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Developer(s) Armor Project
Think Garage[8]
Publisher(s) Square Enix
Composer(s) Naoshi Mizuta
Series Itadaki Street
Platform(s) PlayStation Portable
Release date(s) JP May 25, 2006
Genre(s) Board Game
Mode(s) Single Player, 1-4 Multiplayer
Rating(s) CERO: A (All ages)
Media UMD

Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable includes characters from Square Enix's Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy video game series much like Itadaki Street Special.

Characters from Dragon Quest:

Characters from Final Fantasy:

Itadaki Street DS

Itadaki Street DS
Itadaki Street DS JPN.jpg
Developer(s) Armor Project
Think Garage[8]
Publisher(s) Square Enix
Series Itadaki Street
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Release date(s) JP June 21, 2007 [9]
Genre(s) Board Game
Mode(s) Single Player, 1-4 Multiplayer
Rating(s) CERO: A (All ages)
Media Nintendo DS Game Card

Itadaki Street DS includes characters from Square Enix's Dragon Quest series and Nintendo's Super Mario franchises.

Characters from Dragon Quest:

Characters from Super Mario:

The Japanese magazine Famitsu gave the game 36/40 points (9/9/9/9). The game sold 430,000 copies as of August 2008.[10] The official website is located at http://www.square-enix.co.jp/itastds/

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