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When making an education-based game for kids, developers usually have to draw a pretty restrictive line.  They have to make sure that these children are learning something from their games, but as a result, they often sacrifice what makes it so entertaining to begin with.  We’ve seen this in countless examples over the years, including games for Wii, NES, Sega Genesis, and... Read Review

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