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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by JPH, Aug 28, 2008.
Hey! That's interesting.. would probably sell more if it were released before the Olympic games.. oh well..
The japanese one was dated to the same day as this one.. hoping to see it soon
I'm pondering on whether or not I want to learn chinese.
Of this teachs you Chinese and lets you speak in full chinese with someone I will give you a cake.
If it's a Double Chocolate Cake, then sure.
I doubt you can really learn chinese from just that..
BUT, if you already know some of the language and want to practice, this might be very useful..
After playing some SEA games I probably know 1/5 of the chinese language I will try this out as soon as I can get the damn VGH homebrew workin :/
Naw, Wait for My Japanese Coach. Much more useful for completly obvious reasons XP
Oh yeah ! ' How to treat humans like shit ?'
Nihau, My Chinese Coach! Time to have kanji nightmares! ()
@NeoWoen: No, "How to read those f*cking great JP games" that is
Seriously? Japanese? I've been waiting so long for a decent Japanese learning program for either the DS or PSP.
Amazon has it listed with a Sept. 23 release date
But are any of the other games in this series decent?
@m3rox: There's ahomebrew called Japanese Training which is very good
yeah!! i've been wating for this!!
But i want my japanese coach way more than this one
Nintendo has to make a good japanese training (like English training and practise) but they just think at their money, so don't dream.
Other games in the series are pretty useless IMO. I checked out 'My French Coach' (got pretty far in this one) and the 'Enrich your vocabulary' series for French and English. They surely don't teach you much...
Oh and don't expect to learn Japanese by playing with some program. Unless you're Chinese or Korean, the Japanese is a pain to learn and demands A LOT of effort.
LOL. That is very true. The culture gap is smaller too compared to Western society. Pronunciation for Chinese IMO is harder than Japanese. A little off in intonation and people can't understand the meaning. A lot of people think they have the right pronunciation when they really don't.
I'm looking forward to the Japanese one too. Hopefully, it will teach enough that I can actually learn from the JP ds games for teaching Kanji and words.