Try our new beta!Click here
20°
Submitted by DjPralla 1231d 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

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Rick Fox's Terrible League of Legends Team Has Five Weeks To Save Its Season

5h ago - Former NBA player Rick Fox' team is trouble this season. | PC
40°

Unravel Review | Press Start Australia

5h ago - PSA: Unravel, developed by Coldwood Interactive, is clearly a work of great passion. I fell in l... | Unravel
Ad

Guess N4G Game of the Year Winners, win a $300 Amazon Gift Card

Now - Also enter for a chance to win a gift card for writing a user blog, writing a user review, or being a top contributor for the month. | Promoted post
40°

Review: Layers of Fear - HardCore Gamer

5h ago - HGC: If you’re looking for a story of redemption in the video game industry, look no further tha... | PC
40°

Review: Layers of Fear Is a Splendid Haunted House Devoid of Chills - Time

5h ago - Time: Help an insane painter assemble his magnum opus by exploring a labyrinthine house. | Layers of Fear
40°

Hitman PS4: The Final Test - Silent Assassin, Suit Only run

5h ago - Hitman 2016 has a beta, so here's @TheSteveBurnio's successful first run at the Silent Assassin,... | Hitman