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10/12/2012 FGTV: Pokemon Typing and Pokemon Black/White 2 Hands-on Review
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The Pokemon franchise produces some fascinating off-shoots. In this edition of FamilyGamerTV we look at Learn with Pokemon: Typing Adventure and Pokemon Black 2/White 2.

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Pokemon Typing and Pokemon Black/White 2 Hands-on DS Review

FGTV: Pokemon Typing and Pokemon Black/White 2 Hands-on

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The Pokemon franchise produces some fascinating off-shoots. In this edition of FamilyGamerTV we look at Learn with Pokemon: Typing Adventure and Pokemon Black 2/White 2.

From a family perspective, we discuss how effectively the game is a learning experience while children feel like they are playing a Pokemon game. We look at the quality and effectiveness of the keyboard and we also discuss the main Pokemon roleplaying game and suitable ages for play.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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