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  1. shaunj66
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    ^^ndsrelease-1249^^
     
  2. Siouxsie

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    Full Name Kanshuu Nippon Joushikiryoku Kentei Kyoukai: Imasara Hito ni wa Kikenai Otona no Joushikiryoku Training DS
    Translated Name Common Sense Training DS

    Go Japanese! Anyway, is this like English training but common sense?.. or what?
     
  3. Qpido

    Qpido Call me Q.

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    I bet they just wanted to get in the Guinnes Book of World Records for longest game name :S.

    Q~
     
  4. SD5k

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    Ik hope this will be translated to English, sound like a lot of fun. Not so static as Brain Training is I think.
     
  5. MaHe

    MaHe one lazy schmo

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    They made a joke out of that in 'Lost in Translation0. [​IMG]
     
  6. x_comp

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    Yes, let us increase our general knowledge... Or at least the Japanese [​IMG]

    http://xcomp.gamebrink.com/?p=285

    We need some educational DS titles too although I doubt they would take off here.
     
  7. Costello

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    With titles like
    I wonder how japanese common sense looks like [​IMG]
     
  8. SYN7HOR

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    I'd really like this in english, or better yet, swedish.
     
  9. AppleJuice

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    The people at InsertCredit said positive things about this game about a month back and I've been waiting for it since then. I'm really hoping it gets an English language release (although that does seem a little doubtful). Apparently it tackles common sense and etiquette questions like which seat you should choose in a car when there are 2 female passengers and some other equally strange problems were mentioned in the Insert Credit post but I've forgotten them.
     
  10. Siouxsie

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    I guess it'll be hard to play this if you don't know kanji..
     
  11. Mucuna

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    As everybody else, I was shocked with the (long) game name. Nice.
     
  12. Timo710

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    I guess the next game will be :
    Morron training , learn to become a non-morron while playing!
     
  13. AppleJuice

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    I guess you mean "moron". I wonder who'd be the target audience of that game...
     
  14. imgod22222

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    LOL. yeah. MORON!
    And i guess what would be a 16 word (sentence?) in romaji is 'common sense' since its only 3 words in english [​IMG]
    But we seriously need some software that teaches us japanese. Opens up our minds to the whole other side of ROMS (1/2 are (J), the rest are (U) and (E).) other countries don't matter (to me, no offense to anyone else out there)
     
  15. SD5k

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    The three big charaters in the middle probably mean Common Sense.
     
  16. x_comp

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    Hmmm, I managed to get the game running with Safe Mode, Trim ROM but it ends up crashing when it comes to saving my profile =/

    Titles like these are good for people since it's really education that will make people aware of what's "good" and "bad" to lower the chance of any unnecessary conflict, IMO. It also lets you know what's available in society, things that you should know but you're too embarrassed to ask about. Helps saves time because you can go about doing something else instead.

    Too bad some of the questions are for the Japanese people only because I had questions about what weight limit does an 80 yen stamp (I think) allow up to, what Keigo (polite Japanese) do you use when serving guests/customers and in which prefecture in Japan do females live the longest...
     
  17. TrikkeGalJayme

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    Sure love yahoo, very good website.

    Will read up and hopefully have something good to add.

    Thanks a bunch.
    TrikkeGalJayme