Summary: The game is a bad one because it is not fun at all!The game is only fun for less than a seconed when you get the anwser right to a question but then it instantly turns not fun.While you are playing the game you ask yourself what I am I doing.I tell you to not get the game.
Summary: Interesting game, good competition for DS. The narrator was a bit annoying but turning off the sound fixed it. a few of the chalanges aren't explained well enough so i would say to practice before you "test".
Summary: In a world of brain age rip-offs, this one is actually good enough to fill the void on the PSP. It does a good job of testing you and showing your progress as time goes on. I would recommend this for anyone wanting to keep his or her brain in shape. Although the jury is still out if this keeps your mind alert, it is fun to play along and see how you compare to everyone else. It just lacks the originality that came with Brian Age.
Summary: This game makes you think in ways you might not in a typical day it is engaging for the most part, to get to each test or practice section you get on an elevator with a Dr. who gives little facts and tidbits of information. as an adult this does get boring so I usually skip it. Overall I like the game it is fun and it helps to pass the time.
Summary: My original reasons for buying a game console was to have "Brain Age". The sales man convinced me, while being 32 to get a PSP instead of a nintendo. But I mentioned wanting to have a brain game. I was suggested Hot Brain. It turned out good. It is a fun game, challenging and one game that you can play over and over again no problem. It is much more graphic then the original brain age from Nintendo.