Reviews and Problems with Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain?
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Infuriatng game a waste of good money!
Black McKnight, amazon.co.uk
15 July 2010
Summary: This game led me, after just about a couple of weeks of use, to throw my precious nintendo accros the room. It does not recognise your voice or handwritting. Sometimes it puts words or numbers in when you have only just touched the screen.
Summary: It's a great idea, and on the whole it is implemented extremely well, but the bottom line is that the inability to reliably, or even more often than not, recognise our verbal answers made the game unplayable
Summary: I couldn't wait to play this. And what a disappointment this was. The first big issue: the voice recognition. The whole family tried this and it never got what we said. Man, woman, child. Didn't matter. So all those parts cannot be played. Secondly: the hand writing recognition doesn't always work.
Summary: The character recognition is dire - enter a 1 then a 2 with an obvious gap between for 12 and it sees a 4 ! Enter a 1 and a 3 and it interprets a 9. It frequently fails to recognise Yellow (the only 2 syllable colour in the game and it interprets as Red).
Great idea, poorly executed = massive disappointment
Stealth Reviewer, amazon.co.uk
30 June 2007
Summary: This was exactly the sort of game I wanted to try when I bought my DS Lite - in fact this game was probably one of the main reasons I did buy it, so when I got my DS Lite this was the first game I bought to go with it.