Summary: I love the minigames or tests you take in this one. My only quibble is they age you 10 years just for missing one question on the brain age test. This is based on the theories from the same neurologist who influenced the DS's Brain Age. I think it is just as fun.
Summary: This is a good game. It does have a variety of tests to challenge the mind. It gives you practice tests before taking actual tests. I would recommend, if you like memory tests, some fill-in-the-blank tests, math questions, and tests that time your reactions.
Summary: This game is a challenge for your brain, and as a 30-something PSP fan, this game takes me back to my high school days - which is not a bad thing. This game is very challenging - but once you get the hang of it, you can be very successful. At that point, the game then becomes a matter of how fast you can press a button, which seems to me to be a measure of reflex as opposed to intelligence.
Game is cool. and good for keeping mind in good condition
Sang Ngo, Amazon
12 January 2007
Summary: Game is cool. and good for keeping mind in good condition. Its a good price, item received fast as promissed. I play this game once in awhile, probably 3 times a week. Its fun and good to challenge your mind.
Conclusion: ive had this game a while now,and i find it really good,i would recomend it for people as a trainer and as a general game to boost your brain power.ive played other versions on other consoles,still i would recomend this to anyone!
Conclusion: Before you play this game you really want to familiarise yourself with the PSP's button layout as the game is as much a test of reflexes and button layout awareness as it is intelligence - The game relies on the quick input of correct button pushes to answer the multiple choice questions and the faster you answer the higher you score.
New Reviewer, Sounds very interesting and exciting.
17 November 2007
Conclusion: From reading the oneline description of the game i am thinking of buying it and having a go, it will be very interesting to know how my brain is working these days and also it will pass the time when i am making the meals in the evening. It is a game you can pick up and pause and put down, a short game which makes a change and a break from the long Strategy and RPG that i've played in the past.
Summary: Yes admittedly there are a few drawbacks to this game, mentioned in other reviews, such as the reversal of the X and O keys and the somewhat bizarre animal picture rewards. Having said that, this game works well on a lot of levels and has different layers which maintain interest for long periods of time.
Summary: If you're looking for a brain testing puzzly game got for this. I've not played PQ, so can't compare the two. The puzzles keep you going, getting harder as you go. Once you get past the wierdy Japanese-esque anime stuff it's alright. Getting the animal card rewards is just odd. There's enough here to get you practicing, unlocking the puzzles as you do. You can only do one brain age test a day, so there is an incentive to keep coming back.