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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 752d ago | review

IGN- Brain Age: Concentration Training Review

IGN:In this world full of distractions, we could all probably use some help with our strained attention spans. Brain Age: Concentration Training is admirable and timely by taking up that task as the series’ new goal, and I could see this game actually making a difference for those who dedicate themselves to regular use of its activities. This sequel’s real challenge, though, is going to be keeping players’ attentions long enough to be able to improve them, as its restrictions on daily play time, occasional handwriting misrecognition and unnecessary demonic imagery are all obstacles that could cause trainees to set down the game and never return to it. If you think you’d have enough concentration to be able to endure those quirks, though, Concentration Training could very well help you overcome the many distractions in your life. (3DS, Brain Age: Concentration Training) 7.8/10

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