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Submitted by DjPralla 886d ago | review

Learn with Pokémon Typing Adventure - Review [UpperPad]

Nintendo has always been at the forefront with regard to education and teaching through innovative methods. Everyone will remember the experiment of Mario Paint but much more likely to Brain Training. With the exercises of Dr. Kawashima, the house of Kyoto has reached a turning point in the scope of edutainment setting a standard to which the products have followed, aping the formula, it came back to me. The incentive to continue to train, compare your results with friends and acquaintances to get in healthy competition, are characteristics of this title Nintendo. On the agenda are the Pokémon that try to teach us how to properly use a keyboard. Will the title to maintain the high expectations laid down by its predecessors? (Learn With Pokémon: Typing Adventure, Nintendo DS) 73/100

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