Noun Town: VR Language Learning

Noun Town: VR Language Learning
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Metacritic
97
Steam
66
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Release date
15 December 2022
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97 (39 votes)

Supercharge your language learning in virtual reality with Noun Town, a mysterious island with quirky villagers, minigames, and more.

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Noun Town: VR Language Learning system requirements

Minimum:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4590/AMD FX 8350 equivalent or better
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti / AMD Radeon RX 470 or greater
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 400 MB available space
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Thaumics
Thaumics

This is currently buggy as expected, with it constantly saying you are disconnected from the internet, even when you are not and the short-range grabbing being a hit or a miss. Other than that, I like the art style, the translations and interactions with "villagers" seem somewhat authentic. The SRS is a good tool, but it would be nice if you could add support for out-of-vr SRS study with a separate launch option, so that you don't have to be in vr every time you study. Overall I like this so far based upon the tutorial.

porgh chap
porgh chap

So far i've very much enjoyed talking to myself in my room, although it doesn't even feel like it! If I could ask/add anything, it would be a feature where i am able to pull up a list of everything i've learned, sort of like a dictionary. Overall, Fantastic so far and i cannot wait to see how it progresses!

achaha
achaha

Great game! if you are looking for a fun way to learn a language and have VR this is a perfect way to start. They have an active discord server that is taking feedback and suggestions to improve the game to make it better.

SugarHammer
SugarHammer

Tried Noun Town in Japanese (not a beginner, have also tried Duolingo, pimsleur's and Rosetta Stone)
I love the idea of language learning as a VR game and this way of learning definitely more enjoyable than mobile Apps,
The demo of this game showed more conversation so looking forward to progressing to that.
Overall, worth the money :)

Mágganon
Mágganon

Very promising game/ learning tool with what looks like an active and responsive development team over at Discord. Looking forward to future updates/ features but what is here looks great so far, if a little buggy.

Dr.Bright
Dr.Bright

I would highly recommend this game if you are currently learning or even starting to learn a new language. It is so immersive in how you can interact with the objects, hear them, and see how the words are pronounced and spelled in your language. What makes this even better is they have you reviews to keep your learning consistent and it paces you so you don't take too much or too little in per session.

KogleruTTV
KogleruTTV

This game is wonderful. I feel like I learned a whole ton even tho I only played for 30 mins. Love all the languages. My only complaint is the jarring noise when you're in the white land. Once its color, it sounds ok, but the no color land sound is awful.

CineMason
CineMason

For starters, I want to say this game is very fun. Immersing yourself in a world where you are learning the names of everything around you by picking them up and hearing how to pronounce the word is a great way to teach basic vocabulary in a new language. I started playing this the other day and immediately wanted to keep playing. The main thing that stopped me was a bit of motion sickness caused by infrequent playtime in VR mixed with the full movement in the game. This would probably be resolved if I used the Teleport Movement feature instead. I can't wait to continue using this as one of my primary learning methods for Japanese.

Once I have played more I will update and add more info to this review.

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