New Pokémon Adventure Coming 21st September, Bundled With Nintendo Wireless Keyboard

Those looking for a fun yet challenging way to practise their typing skills will love Learn With Pokémon: Typing Adventure for Nintendo DS, coming to European stores on 21st September 2012 bundled with the Nintendo Wireless Keyboard. Research over 400 Pokémon – including Legendary Pokémon – in this unique, typing-based game.

As you take on the role of the latest member of the Elite Typists’ Club, your typing skills will gradually be tested to the limit as you attempt to accurately type the names of any Pokémon you come across on your journey to help Professor Quentin Werty and his assistant Paige Down with their research.

Learn With Pokémon: Typing Adventure comes with a special Nintendo Wireless Keyboard featuring the standard key layout, which has been made to work with this game but may also work with other Bluetooth-compatible products. The package also includes the Nintendo DS Compact Stand that can be used to position your Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSi, Nintendo DSi XL, Nintendo 3DS or Nintendo 3DS XL system as your hands use the keyboard.


33 thoughts on “New Pokémon Adventure Coming 21st September, Bundled With Nintendo Wireless Keyboard”

  1. Hahahaha, well, I’m sure there are some kids out there that could use some help with their typing speed but don’t want to rely upon stuff like Mavis Beacon.
    This’ll be great for those types.

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      1. Hey Anon (troll)

        Reggie here. I actually did reply. Check this post again. Thanks for your support.

        Yours Truly,

        Reggie

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  2. Is this game coming to North America? I’m a huge Pokemon Fan and I would really like to try this game out btw that Keyboard looks great! :)

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    1. Hey Christian.

      Reggie here. Stay tuned for updates on the next Nintendo Direct in 3 weeks time!. I promise you on behalf of Nintendo of America. You will love it.

      Yours Truly,

      Reggie

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  3. I don’t see why they’re even bothering localizing this. Considering how old it is in Japan already (it only goes up to Sinnoh Pokemon), it seems like a waste of time. There also isn’t going to be much profit made here. Most parents have their kids learn how to type at home for free, they’re probably not going to buy a game that does something they can do for free.

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    1. People pay for so many things they could do for free…Besides with a game like this localisation probably wasn’t much work, and they’ve already made the game so they may as well spread the development cost over a larger market and maximise sales from it…

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  4. For those whining about this game being localized really need to learn that no one is forcing you buy the game.

    If you don’t want it then don’t buy it.

    Beside it will sell like hot cakes since it has the pokémon name.

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  5. I read the title and thought ‘ XD We’re finally getting that Pokemon MMO! Yaaa-’ (reads Learn With Pokemon: Typing Adventure) ‘ aayyrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.’ Why?

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  6. The only good thing about it is the DS/3DS Keyboard.
    But, yet. Like bulby said, The rational part says no, the Pokemon fanboy part yes.

    And
    gamfrek
    y u do dis

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