DS added to Japanese school supply lists

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  1. toma

    toma eskimo in disguise

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  2. gil

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    Wow. I see a lot of Picto chatting during lectures.
     
  3. rattrap007

    rattrap007 one with the Force TFW2005 Supporter

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    Well that is about as stupid as the DDR machines being legit PE classes..
     
  4. Autobot Burnout

    Autobot Burnout Anthony Hopkins with a submachine gun. 'Nuff said!

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    Well at least DDR's harder levels can make you sweat, and at you have no idea how popular it is at my Middle School, especially when it was introduced.

    Does the DS have to have "Brain Age" in it at all times or something? At least it's educational and makes you think, plus was highly popular in Japan, even spawning a sequel.
     
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    Wow...
     
  6. samtheman

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    I think it's a great idea if they're using more challenging stuff then Brain Age. They don't have to worry about kids using them for noneducational purposes either if they use software similar to that of what they use to monitor computers in some schools.
     
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    wow...that's pretty crazy...and i'm a teacher...i wonder how they'll use them in school...
     

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