The following is a chart of good games you can use for language-gaming. The stats “Language Leanring Prowess (LGP) refers to how useful the game is for language-learning. Sidescroll is at the bottom.
Top video games intended for language-learning The games listed here are games that actually have some typical video games playability to them; typically those are games that require moving around a character in 2D/3D space. Influent Languages: English, Japanese, French, German, Russian, Swedish, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Portuguese-Brazil, Finnish, Korean, Norwegian, Danish Influent is a simplistic vocabulary-building… Continue reading Top video games intended for language-learning
Role-playing and language-learning is an intensively immersive experience that doesn’t only help you express yourself, but can be very powerful to the senses. Role-playing is essentially pretending to play a character online. The most popular genre for role-playing is typically medieval fantasy, where you can pretend to be an elf, a dwarf, a wizard, etc.… Continue reading Online Role-Playing in Language-Learning
Using a multiplayer game to learn a language is basically chatting in a foreign language while playing a game. It can be extremely useful, albeit intimidating if you don’t have a good base of vocabulary and never expressed yourself before. However, if you can get through that hurdle, the rewards are amazing. People are amazingly accepting… Continue reading Language Learning in Multiplayer Games
Puerta de Baldur is a multiplayer fantasy community sandbox where you get to play with many native Spanish speakers in a role-playing gameworld. This community uses an old role-playing game to run their gameworld called “Neverwinter Nights”. It’s only recommended for people with at least intemediate-advanced knowledge of Spanish. Main Concept You will be play… Continue reading Puerta De Baldur – Spanish Role-Playing Multiplayer Fantasy Community