Reviews and Problems with Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain?
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Value for money 8
Sound quality 6
A good game for all ages
16 August 2014
Excerpt: When i first got brain training i admit i wasn't that keen to get started, games for me i believe should be fun and cure boredom and this sounded too much like "work"! However i gave it a chance as i am usually willing to try anything. ** COST ** About £15+ depending on where you buy this from.
Summary: As far as my health is concerned -taking my Type-1 Diabetes into account of course- I would say that I'm in fairly good trim. I mean I'm not a fitness fanatic like Mr. Motivator, but I do go out for 20-30 minute runs at least 5 days a week, and I try to drink as much water as possible.
Mainly a game to wake the brain. Not for entertainment purposes.
2 December 2012
Summary: If you have your DS at the side of your bed and before you get up for breakfast, just waken up with some puzzles you will begin to memorise over time, then I guess it works. And that it has worked for me. But I guarantee you that you will grow tired of this thing for it's 'fun' factor.
Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? (DS)
Rex Inego, Verdicts
30 September 2012
Excerpt: Everyday, people knock video games, saying that they corrupt the intelligence of the youth today. They argue that video games actually make you less aware and wear your brain out to the point where you are actually less smart than when you started playing.
Summary: I like the Brain Training games because they are short, accessible and fun for everyone. I often don't have long to play on computer games and games that can be 'dipped into' are ideal. This is a game which is simple to understand and learn as well as fun to play.