Excerpt: The edutainment genre hasn’t always been popular. After flops like Mario is Missing and Mario's Time Machine, many people wished the genre would simply die. In 2006, though, Nintendo revived the genre with a pair of edutainment games that were more geared towards middle-aged adults. Brain Age and Big Brain Academy, which utilized the simplistic touch screen and microphone controls of the DS, proved successful and spawned the "Touch!
Excerpt: Ever since the release of Brain Age by Nintendo, a lot of games to train various parts of the mind have been released. The latest in this trend is Mega Brain Boost by Majesco, a compilation of the minigames from Brain Boost: Beta Wave and Brain Boost: Gamma Wave, as well as extras from a third game that never saw release. The result is a release with fifteen of these brain minigames. Is this release a worthy entry in the brain game genre? Read on to find out.