[h2]GBAtemp book game club #75[/h2] Kanji Sonomama Rakubiki Jiten (NDS) Although the name of the series would appear to be about games today we are going to look at something slightly different. Anybody that has followed the releases of various consoles or scanned through the libraries of titles available will have seen the various "edutainment" titles available as well as those programs aiming to be tools. Beyond that anybody that spends time scanning through the homebrew will often see all sorts of interesting little programs created that are neither games nor emulators. Furthermore, usually upon seeing the various language learning titles and realising that little games like these are fairly good ways to assist learning a language, the question of "is there anything like that, but in English?" gets asked. This title is not so much one of those but an electronic dictionary that goes between Japanese and English pretty well, these devices often cost a small fortune and this program sits up there with some of the better ones. Today mobile phones and tablet type devices do a lot of this sort of thing (with interesting results), but we have to acknowledge those that tried their hand at it on the handhelds and consoles before then. Although we are not aiming for quite such a freeform discussion as last edition's DS shmups discussion by all means share your favourite language learning games for the consoles. A nice review/tutorial/overview GBAtemp thread We are working on getting a new searching mechanism working with the new forum software now our tag system has been changed. In the meantime all the editions are in this section and hopefully GBAGOTW should get you the other entries in the series. gbagotw. GBAtemp book game club/GBAtemp game of the week is a feature on GBAtemp that aims to highlight various titles and have the end users discuss the merits of a title (as opposed to the staff or another reviewer). It is designed not a top ? games list and we will usually draw from things the DS can emulate or more commonly the huge libraries of ROM hacks, commercial releases, homebrew code and leaked/beta code available for the GBA, DS and Wii.