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Big Brain Academy Wii Degree
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Big Brain Academy Wii Degree is one of those rare video game gems that improve your mind. If you have played the Nintendo DS version of Big Brain Academy then you have a starting point to comprehend what the Nintendo Wii version contains.
Conclusion: The new features of the game are in no way able to make up for those left behind on its predecessor. User interface may be easier than ever, but even a little imagination never hurts. So while it makes for an alright game, there is no need to be stuck at home with it.
Excerpt: The delivery of Big Brain Academy , essentially a sequel to the handheld Nintendo games for the Wii, is simple yet appealing as a family or party game. It's not going to truly build young brains, but children are required to think as they play.
Thinking games become a party activity on the Wii.
Common Sense Media
22 June 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this game makes kids think. And it's fun to boot! It's best experienced as a group (or with a larger group divided into teams), and is a good choice for multi-generational play and for those just getting into the Wii.
Excerpt: Nintendo has not been one to shy away from innovation or originality and their line of games, such as Brain Age and Big Brain Academy, which fall under the Touch Generation series on the DS, is avid proof of their commitment to such.
Conclusion: Wii-mote, whether it be math, spatial judgment, counting, memory or whatever, all you have to do is wave the Wii-mote and hit the A-button. The setup is big, bright and simple enough and attractive enough to look at without being too cutesy.
Conclusion: In the end, Wii Degree for the Nintendo Wii is a good solid rendition of the Brain titles from the Nintendo DS. The first outing on the Wii is solid and it has a well rounded approach that gives the user a very enjoyable experience.
Excerpt: Nintendo’s non-game dominance graduates to the Wii, with one of its successful (and the more colorful) DS grey matter boosters jumping from stylus to Wii-mote. It sounds promising, but despite its non-game moniker, it’s ultimately yet another mini-game collection--something that’s quickly outstaying...