Daniel Goulet "Buy for artists and art, not d..., Amazon
7 May 2010
Summary: I had fun with this at first, but got tired of it after about 2 or 3 weeks. Also, while I improved on the games a little, I never felt smarter as a result of playing it. I did give it the ol' college try, dutifully playing for several months in a row before I gave up. The Sudoku game is okay though.
Summary: A game is supposed to be fun. Brain Age, while it's alright for the first week is so repetitive that you'll hate it very quickly. It's good for a non-game that's educational, but, in my opinion, it needs some work. It's better than Brain Age 2 and features many different Brain Training things you can do along with sudoku and multiplayer so you can share it with your friends. All in all, it's an alright game... it just doesn't appeal to me.
Summary: I had heard how this game had become a massive hit in asia and ordered it as soon as it was out. Basically it has you perform a number of tests. You may have to use the stylus or you may have to speak or read. Based on your results of three tests chosen from a number of tests it gives you your brain age from 20 to at least 80. You can then train as often as you like with various tests (ex.