Conclusion: Learn With Pokémon: Typing Adventure isn't going to teach you have to professionally touch-type, but it will help kids get better acquainted with a keyboard and improve their speed and accuracy. As an added bonus, Pokéfans will improve their ability to distinguish the 500-odd Pokémon, which could be an invaluable skill ahead of the release of Pokémon X & Y later this year.
Pros: Decent keyboard, Surprisingly challenging, Over 400 Pokémon, Semi-educational
Cons: No real instructions on technique, You're spelling ridiculous words, Bland visuals
Summary: This is an unexpectedly entertaining entry to the long list of Pokémon spin-offs. While it may not teach you how to type, you will learn how to quickly spell MIENSHAO or how to tell apart a Marill from an Azurill from a distance - utterly essential life skills, if you ask us. Pokémon Typing is fun and challenging for both Typing Rookies and Master Typists alike, but shouldn't be considered an must-buy, even for hardcore fans of the series.
Conclusion: It may look cheaply made, but the included hardware and core game underneath its basic visuals is impressive, if only because it manages to make improving your typing skills an enjoyable experience