Summary: Since Nintendo’s revival of the gaming market and subsequent release of the Nintendo Entertainment System worldwide back in the Eighties, videogames have had a particularly strong presence in Japan.
Conclusion: I don’t speak Japanese yet so I cannot offer a thorough analysis of My Japanese Coach, but so far I have been impressed. If you learn your kana before buying the game and are willing to do some extra curricular studying, it seems like a very useful tool.
Conclusion: So how does Wii Play: Motion stack up against the original Wii Play in the end? Pretty well, actually. Not only does it improve on the gameplay by offering additional modes and challenges for each minigame, but most of the games are a better fit for the Wiimote than in the original Wii Play .
Summary: My time with the game has proven to be quite productive as I’ve managed to learn a few words, count and introduce myself. I need to play it often so that I don’t forget but the game has done a pretty good job of slowly teaching me how to speak the language.
Excerpt: My Japanese Coach Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Sensory Sweep Genre: Educational Software Release Date: 10/15/2008 I’ve been a big fan of Sensory Sweep’s “MY Coach” games. My DS collection at this point consists mainly of the various language games from this series and well, Pokémon .