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HAL Laboratory



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10/26/06 Nintendo
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Similar to the very succesful Brain Training games now comes the first game to improve your common sense. "Common Sense Training" or ruffly translated  "Sensible Power Training DS of the Adult who Supervision Japanese Sensible Power Official Approval Association After so long a time Cannot be Heard in the Person?" is a training game where mostly answer questions regarding art, music, courtesy, manners and other skills.
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1,680,000 Units
As of: December 2014

Opinion (10)

volrath50 posted 27/06/2009, 10:56
Dammit, why didn't you bring this game to North America, Nintendo? There's nothing I need more than "Common Sense Training"!
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smac posted 01/08/2008, 01:28
I can imagine some of this games content:

"Do not stick fingers in a wall socket when wet"

"Do not hold up a golf club during a thunder storm"
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Untouch posted 14/04/2008, 11:57
A lot of people in the world need this game :D
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Chibilobolib posted 23/03/2008, 05:32
I have the common sence not to buy this game.
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AtomSpyTroy posted 13/02/2008, 09:22
Well, 'social graces' are only a small part of it. A much better translation for this would be 'General Knowledge,' where you are quizzed over global geography, trivia, questions in all fields. Really a fun game though!
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lolita posted 04/02/2008, 08:19
Lol @ gamingdevil! XD

If they continue that way, at some point we'll even find a Nintendo Geek Training. >XP
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