- Keep On Truckin' directly to the disco. Do not Have A Nice Day; do not collect $200. If you were expecting a Studio 54 thousand-dollar, question- and-answer trivia test in a box, The 70's: A Game for Your Generation is bound to sink your mood faster than would a Jordache-clad derrière in a bean bag chair. What the folks at Late for the Sky here present is a blatant copy of a certain classic real estate trading game all dressed up in hot pants and a leisure suit. Players still race their tokens around the board amassing deeds and charging rent in an attempt to bankrupt the opponents. Any differences are all cosmetic: things like tiny metal Mood Ring and Pet Rock tokens; Baltic and Mediterranean avenues renamed "8 Tracks" and "CB Radios"; houses and hotels becoming "Blocks of Time" and "Decades." Diehard Monopoly fans may feel that with The 70's: A Game for Your Generation, Late for the Sky is just trying to "Do the Hustle."
- ↑ Quote: Tony Mason, Amazon.com