Summary: pretty nice game. fx suck, but the knowledge is great for BEGINNERs. ok for learning if you have little knowledge of a language. For me it is Italian, and the words I'm learning are sticking in my head.
Summary: We picked this up on sale at the local big box store. Had hopes that is would itroduce the kids to different languages, but no go. It is a phrasebook, difficult to navigate if you only want one language at a time, and not engaging for kids. I don't remember the audio being steller either. We sold it back for pennies.
Summary: I got one for one of my daughters and the other one seeing it became jealous so I had to order another. I hope they would let me try it. I'm interested in seeing how the Japanese and Chinese module sound.
Summary: What's great about this game is not only are there many languages to choose from but there is also the feature to hear the word. The only thing that could be considered a drawback would be that the words are separated by emotion or situation, such as greetings, dining, traveling, emergency and love. This can make it a little difficult if you want to look up what a specific word means in another language as you'll have to search for it within the subcategories.
Summary: As another reviewer stated, it's basically a phrase book. It's not loaded with various games like is. Though it does have one "game" where you pick the correct translation from a selection of 3 phrases. It also has less conventional phrases than other language games do. The first time I played this game, the given phrase was "Are you drunk?
Summary: This has proven to be an interesting product although limited on vocabulary, but the audio portion is decent and helps in learning the pronunciation & gives good basic overviews of each of the languages.
Summary: I had high hopes for this when I bought it. I was glad to finally find a DS language title that includes Italian and German. Unfortunately, it is very limited. It has a decent phrasebook, but it is a bit tedious because you have to select the category, then the sub catagory, then the phrase. When you get to the phrase, you can see it scroll past (a bit too slowly in my opinion) and you can listen to it spoken. You can also see the phonetic spelling.