|your mother said:|
Well, the first of "teh kiddiez gamez lol lamers u shud lern to spel like 1337 speek"
So much for Nintendo catering exclusively for non-adults. This looks like something I'd get my wife (non-native English speaker) and I bet where I live the city will be inundated with people "playing" this (being that English is mostly a second language here).
Only problem I see is the instructions are pretty "high level" English - perhaps there are different "difficulty" levels...
Yeah hopefully they will have varying difficulty/age levels or something? So maybe a 5 year old can do some real easy words or something? I don't know... I guess my DS Brain Age games is too advanced for my 6-year old nephew (he can't multiply or divide).
If they are smart (and I'm pretty sure ubisoft as a company "ain't dumb") they will have it. This type of game is a fantastic opportunity to engage the everyman (or woman).
Children can play it and increase their word power.
Adults can play it and hone their word power.
Adults who speak English as a second language can use this to build their word power.
I really think ubisoft have a hit on their hands.
Come to think of it, if it does have difficulty levels I'd get it for my 3-year-old son as well.
As they say, knowledge is power!