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Good Concept; Bad Game

Reviewing: Nintendo Imagine Teacher  |  Rating:
Jennifer Tang By Jennifer Tang on
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In this game, you play a new teacher (for a creepy principal that leaves, thank God) and you get to take a peek into the world of Academia. You start off with four students, but the number increases later on. You can tutor children after school, one a day, and help bring his or her grade up.

This is not entirely the best game out there. It gives you an idea about being the teacher, which is nice, I suppose, but every day you play is the same. You choose the seats, do a lesson, answer questions, and pick out the subjects for the week. Some subjects are pretty fun to teach. Others are boring. Of course, when you teach you have to solve the problems yourself. Sometimes when you grade the classwork, you have to do the work yourself then check to see if the answer the child gives is right.

I really don't like imagine games. They have good concepts, but there is just a sense of repetitiveness that never seems to leave. Such a shame, really.

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