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Rosetta Stone is Now Available on Xbox One

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We’ve learned (via Pure Xbox) that Rosetta Stone is now available on Xbox One.

The language learning tool is currently only available for English and Spanish, but more languages are expected to be added later. This dedicated app has users play games where they practice speaking to characters, which it’s hoped will help them to increase their grasp of a particular language.

Rosetta Stone shares a few details for the new application:

You’ll explore several locations in the Discovery Zone and chat with the characters you find there. In the Training Zone, you’ll solidify the concepts you encountered with study recommendations, cultural tips, phrase books, and of course, more games! Keep track of your achievements, and keep practicing until you get a perfect score. With Rosetta Stone’s proven technology-based immersion method in a video-game interface, who knew language learning could be so fun?

The new app is available as a digital download now from Xbox One.

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4 comments
  1. Phelan
    Phelan
    March 25, 2015 at 1:07 pm

    rosetta stone is a great tool for learning language… it takes time, but it’s quite fun… though I’d rather have it on my Vita instead :P

    Come on touchscreen + you can take it wherever you want + microphone

    Ideal for a program which you need to use every day (daily sessions)

  2. Paige
    Paige
    March 25, 2015 at 1:32 pm

    Great, now kids on xbox live will be insulting my mother in Spanish.

  3. Misogynerd
    Misogynerd
    March 25, 2015 at 5:47 pm

    “Chupame la verga”
    “Chinga tu madre”
    “Hijo de la reputisima madre que te pario”
    “Me cago en la puta que te pario”
    That’s the essential, include shit and your mother and you’ll have the basics of swearing in Spanish.

  4. InfectedAI
    InfectedAI
    March 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm

    Duolingo is good if you want portability and touch screen use. iOS/Android and PC. I do around a lesson a day when I don’t get lazy.