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Six in One Translator Planned for Nintendo Dsiware

by Alisha K.
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With so much bigger news pouring out of E3, it’s easy to miss the smaller, more interesting bits, like a mysterious DSiWare title that appeared on Nintendo’s official planned release lists. Six in One Translator–a working title, we’re told, along with a grand total of nothing else. But with a title like that, could it be anything other than a language tool?

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Several language-focused games are available for the Nintendo DS around the world, but this sounds more like it might be a simple translation tool rather than an aide to support language study, as with games like My Japanese Coach. At any rate, for those looking to use a Nintendo DSi as a multi-purpose device, apps like this might be more intriguing than clock and calculator applications.

[via Joystiq Nintendo]




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  1. Mathew Kemp says:

    It seems the ds is pushed hard for educational titles and this translator is another one. I think your right about this translator being just another language tool.

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