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A spin-off game from my favorite series (Monster Hunter) is only available in Japanese. I tried playing it , but I don't think I had enough practice with general video game actions to make it work. I couldn't figure out what I was supposed to do, and because I couldn't read/say the text out loud, I couldn't remember it from screen to screen to find where ti was consistent.
Has anyone found that written language vs. spoken language in a game is more helpful?
I'm not currently studying ASL, but it's a fascinating language. Have you found any good resources for it? I don't really want to ask anyone to practice with me until I have at least a little knowledge because I feel like I'm wasting their time!