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Body and Brain Connection
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Body and Brain Connection is a title that has been on our list to purchase and review for some time now. This Family Friendly Gaming #42 front cover video game is part mental exercise, and part physical activity. For me it is a bit too much of the mental exercises in this Xbox 360 Kinect title. Dr.
Conclusion: Graphics: 6/10 (just right for this type of game, some seem rushed though) Sound: 6/10 (nothing fancy, but sounds go well with the mini-games) Difficulty: 8/10 (3 categories suitable for everyone) Kinect controls: 8/10 (reaction works very well, no flaws except multiplayer seems little off)...
Excerpt: Body and Brain Connection is a fantastic example of a great idea crippled by faulty technology and confusing design decisions. For all intents and purposes, Body and Brain Connection is a Kinect-enabled version of Nintendo's Brain Age franchise.
Excerpt: The Brain Age franchise has done really well on the Nintendo DS since its arrival in 2005. Yet for one reason or another, those addictive puzzle games designed to sharpen your wits have not made their way onto the next generation consoles.
Excerpt: Brain and Body Connection should be called "Brain Age: Xbox 360 Edition." The game is a Brain Age game, and I don’t even mean that as a sarcastic joke. The game is hosted and conceptualized by Dr. Ryuta Kawashima, the same Dr. Ryuta Kawashima who was behind Brain Age and Brain Age 2 .
Excerpt: Few video games can claim to be “Doctor Approved”, but Body and Brain Connection , the latest family-friendly game from Namco Bandai certainly can. Brought to us exclusively on 360 for Kinect, Body and Brain is approved by and stars Dr.