10 thoughts to “Sold out everywhere”

  1. I love how Japanese companies are using gaming platforms for educational purposes. My friend has a DS with a very handy kanji dictionary on it.

    Garrek’s last blog post..Episode 4: It’s Goin’

  2. Carl, Japanese games will work in a DS bought in the US and vice-versa.

    Butt, I have the M3 Lite Professional Adapter. It’s probably not the best choice out there, but it does the trick. And yes, after a night of running around everywhere trying to find a store that had Bimoji Training in stock, I checked PirateBay.net. But I do plan to buy the real version when I find it. Honestly. My kids need it as much as I do, so it’s worth paying for.

    On a side note, a lot of the games I’ve tried out are utter crap. They’re not worth the time it takes to play them.

  3. 最近の日本では、手書きが少なくなりつつあります。
    私達の子供時代には、この’美文字’の様に、お習字を習う人がたくさんいました。
    このソフトが売り切れ続出なのは、日本人は失われつつある手書きにやはり魅力を感じている証拠であると、思います。
    やはり、手書きは暖かさを感じますものね。
    私も買おうかしら?:-)

  4. 私も手に入りたいなぁ! まだDSは沖縄の電化製品の店どこへ行っても売り切れ!
    中古DSは無理かなぁ?

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