Summary: I mistakenly got this game after reading reviews for the original (which I won't buy after playing this one). The games are boring and really not much of a challenge. If you do get it, make sure to "redo" your dominant hand scores right away. Initially I did better with the non-dominant hand as the first pass with the dominant was basically learning the game.
Summary: I LIKE BRAIN TYPE GAMES BUT AFTER YOU DO ALL THE GAMES, IT IS REALLY BORING. I PLAYED ALL THE GAMES TODAY AND NOW PUT IT AWAY. I GOT PRETTY GOOD SCORES AND THERE IS REALLY NOTHING ELSE TO SHOOT FOR. THERE IS A CHALLENGE IN THE BEGINNING BUT AFTER YOU PLAY ALL THE GAMES, AND THEY ARE QUICK, THERE ISN'T MUCH ELSE TO DO.
Summary: I was excited about this game but I got dissapointed just as fast. It is all about training your left side of the brain (for right handed people...for left handed the other way around) by letting you you use your "bad" hand. I got annnoyed very quickly. I love all the other brain games but this one is too tedious.
Summary: I thought this game would be good because I enjoy Brain Age 2 and other learning games. This one though requires you to turn the nintendo ds around over and over again during a game. It is not worth the trouble.
Excerpt: If you’re like me and not that great using your left hand for anything then this game does challenge you. The Game This game is about you trying to use both hands to do random challenges which you can practice as often as you like and the aim is to become fantastic with both hands. The game wants you to try and make your weaker hand just as good as the stronger one and they do this with so rather good challenges which really do test you and aim to improve your overall...