DS #0829: Every Day English Training (Korea)

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  1. shaunj66
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  2. Harsky

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    I wonder if Nintendo will ever make a, "learn Japanese" software on the DS....
     
  3. Hadrian

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    They should do many languages, they would sell a lot.

    Saying that a lot of English speakers could do with learning English, especially the chav element in UK.
     
  4. Harsky

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    I swear I once had this old Gameboy game that teaches french. Actually, it was more like a, "choose your situation"

    [ ] Travel
    [ ] Restaurant
    [ ] Friends and family meeting

    And then it spits out a ton of handy phrases. I once downloaded Talkman for the PSP but the idea of walking up to a stranger, showing my PSP with the "where is the toilet" in a different langauge. Also the fact that I didn't have a microphone didn't help.
     
  5. putamierda

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    Forgive my ignorace, but what are those three bars beneath the nds logo? I only remember seeing the wifi logo down there [​IMG]
     
  6. Harsky

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    You're right. There was a wifi logo underneath there earlier. Maybe it's Korea's version of Nintendo Wifi?
     
  7. Pundan

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    CODE RED, CODE RED! [​IMG]
     
  8. putamierda

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    It somehow resembles to the korean flag, it might indicate that the cart is in korean. [​IMG]
    If that's the case, how come nintendo allows it only in that country and not with any other regional translation? Maybe the koreans where the only ones to come up with something like that? [​IMG]
     
  9. balpen

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    there aren't a lot of korean game released say 5 or so why so little?
     
  10. Hadrian

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    Bumping your post count up huh?