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Kanji practice

October 18, 2007 Leave a comment Go to comments

I’ve had Nazotte Oboeru Otona no Kanji Renshu on my shelf for quite a while now, and only tried it a couple times. Recently, it’s been the only “game” I’ve been playing. It’s a very simple game, nothing special about the graphics or anything, but if you are looking for a solid DS game to practice studying kanji, this one is a good choice.

The reason I never used this game, was the difficulty for me. When you first set up the game, you input your name and age, and herein lies the catch. The level you start at depends on your age. If you put in your true age, and you are an adult, you get started at level 7, the highest. I have not studied for several years now, it was WAY TOO HARD. Recently I discovered, if you set your age to like 5 or zero in my case, you start off at level one.

Although I’ve only “played” a couple of the many kanji titles, this one would be my recommendation so far, online reviews seem to be pretty good too. At 4-1/2 stars on Amazon Japan, it is one of the highest rated kanji titles offered. For around 3000JPY, it’s a must have title in your kanji library.

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