DS #2001: Kageyama Method Tadashii Kanji Kakitori-kun - Kondo wa Kanke

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    Dunno about the genre, and this is the filename:

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    Looked like kanji training to me.....look at the link in the NFO. There's a flash demo.

    Also, the save type is EEPROM 512kb.
     
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    Looks like the Kanji Kentei (KanKen) exam training. Good thing it's finally dumped - it's been out for two months already!
     
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    thats a loooooong title [​IMG]

    Hello I would like: Kageyama Method Tadashii Kanji Kakitori-kun - Kondo wa Kanke.

    We don't sell Kageyama Method Tadashii Kanji Kakitori-kun - Kondo wa Kanke...

    Then ill pirate Kageyama Method Tadashii Kanji Kakitori-kun - Kondo wa Kanke

    Good luck playing Kageyama Method Tadashii Kanji Kakitori-kun - Kondo wa Kanke !
     
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    I was just thinking, what a nice catchy title [​IMG]
     
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    T?h?ku Daigaku Mirai Kagakugijutsu Ky?d?kenky? Center Kawashima Ryuta Ky?ju Kansh? N? o Kitaeru Otona no DS Traning = The first Brain Training game

    T?hokudaigaku Mirai Kagaku Gijutsu Ky?d? Kenky? Sent? Kawashima Ry?ta Ky?ju Kansh? M?tto N? o Kitaeru Otona no D?esu Tor?ningu, Tohoku University Future Technology Collaborative Research Center's Professor Ryuta Kawashima Presents: More Brain Training For Adults - DS Training = The second Brain training game

    [​IMG]
     
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    Is it designed for JLPT exams? if yes, which level.
     
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    Prof. Kageyama is a maths AND a kanji teacher, it seems.
     
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    Thanks!
    Do you know similar ROM for JLPT4 or 3 purposes? (just Kanji's)
     
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    Unfortunately, there is no JLPT training software on the DS, but KanKen soft might be the one you need. It's a Kanji-only test and unlike JLPT you have to actually write Kanji, not just select the right answer.
     
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    Oh, Thank your for your answer Gestahl.
    Which ROM do you recommend for learning Kanji? mostly first 100 is Important for me and having mnemonics is highly appreciated.
    Since I remember there are lots of games of Knaji, It would be nice to know someone's answer who knows what JLPT is.

    p.s. Is is just-select-correct-Kanji-and-no-writing-any-Kanji at JLPT exam?
     
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    Yes, even the level 1 JLPT does not require you to write any Kanji at all, you only select the right answer out of 4.
     
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    This took ages to be dumped. I guess the dumpers have no interested in Kanji:)

    This game(?) is no better than the first. The implementation of the touch screen is awful. I much prefer "nazotte oboeru kanji renshuu" or the Kanken ones.

    I'm waiting on "nazotte oboeru kanji renshuu kanzen ban" to be dumped which was released back in October / November
     
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    who Likes kanji?! :yay:
     
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    BTW, "Zaidan Houjin" just means "incorporated foundation", and refers to the organization that administers the (paper) test. In other words, the software is endorsed by the testing body. Just call it "Kanken DS". It's my recommendation too though. I actually found it more effective for studying than the books put out by the organization, since the problems are random. I passed level 4 (1300-1400 kanji) with it.

    Unfortunately, I failed JLPT Level 1 this year (I got 273/400, and needed 280 to pass - OMG, so close!!!). Next year, I vow to finally get my 1kyuu.

    Oh, and also, the Brain Training games are just called "Nou o Kitaeru Training" and "Motto Nou o Kitaeru Training" by all normal people, with "nou-training" or "noutore" being probably even more common. Just because all that stuff is on the front doesn't mean it's actually interpreted by consumers as part of the title.
     
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    Eyedunno-san, Do you know good mnemonics book/site/whatever for first 80 Kanjis and their readings?
     

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