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Successfully Learning English: Year 5 Review - NintendoLife

"Successfully Learning English: Year 5 represents, probably, the end of an edutainment era. Across DSiWare and WiiWare, Freddy the Vampire has appeared in over 20 titles covering a few different subjects in relentless detail for young pupils, all with the same style, structure and bland presentation. The final part of the Wii's entries in the Learning English series has arrived, and the final bell is about to ring. We'd like to say we're disappointed, but that would be something of a lie.", writes NintendoLife. (Successfully Learning English: Year 5, Wii) 6/10

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