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November 10, 2006

Local Arcades to Offer English Lessons

Is there any part of mainstream Japanese media which does not offer the opportunity to study at least something about English? Coming soon, apparently video arcade games will also be cashing in on language education. The famed NOVA usagi (rabbit) has entered the Japanese market for educational software via Konami, and will be the star of a new video game entitled Nova Usagi no Game de Ryugaku (The Nova Rabbit's Study Abroad Game). The game begs one question: how is a player to score points?

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