Your communal game recommendation list for learning japanese

- Find games compatible with your interests and japanese level.
- Add new games to the list.
- Share your experience in learning japanese.

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Frequently asked questions

GameHongo is a database that provides information about the experience of playing games with the intent of learning japanese. This includes the language complexity, the vocabulary, and user comments about caveats of the game

Every information gather was provided by the users or extracted from Igdb/ MyAnimeList/ Youtube with their official API.

When starting to learn japanese it's recommended to play games that are comprehensible and interesting for you. Finding a game with this description can be quite challenging, especially for beginners.

GameHongo provides a recommendation list of games for immersion. Which makes easy to search games by their japanese language characteristics and genres.

Compare to recommendation lists created by a single individual, when using GameHongo you have access to a wider variety of games and are less dependent on the taste and language bias of a single person.

GameHongo provides a more streamlined experience. When utilizing excel you will need first to learn the intricacies of the format, such as styling. With GameHongo, from out of the box you can easily post your opinion on a game, and have a intuitive and organize page created.

Also, GameHongo is a more communal experience. Meaning you can in the same page see the opinion of other people on a game and express your view if it differs.

The japanese difficulty level represents how difficult it is to play a game and understand the language is a satisfactory way. Here are the general guidelines.


(1/2) Complete Beginner - you have started your journey in learning japanese recently.
These games don't necessitate the full understanding of the text to be enjoyable.
They utilize the more basic aspects of the language and common vocabulary.

(3/4/5) Beginner - you are not completely comfortable with the language.
These games use for the most part common game slang or day-to-day vocabulary.
They also are pretty forgivable if you don't understand some phrases.

(6/7/8) Adapted - you are comfortable with the language.
These games use some specialized vocabulary and have parts of the experience with tricky language.

(9/10) Specialized - you are playing games which specialized vocabulary and complex writing is necessary for the experience.