There are better brain training games on the market
21 January 2009
Excerpt: This game was quite disappointing. The graphics were really basic and the characters were a little babyish. The packaging that it came in made it sound much more interesting than it actually was. There are two parts to the game - a challenge mode and a daily training mode. In the daily training mode the game only has 5 challenges - which can each be done at four levels - so you can see your improvement.
Summary: Both The Professor's Brain Trainer: Memory and the sister game The Professor's Brain Trainer: Logic, are marketed as based on the work of Dr. Makato Shichida, professor at the University of Newport. This may very well be true but I am sure this statement is designed to give the games an air of technical challenge and infers they are sophisticated mind testing games. It does not take long for the player to realise just how far from reality this is.