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Submitted by Buff1044 907d ago | review

Brain Age: Concentration Training Review (Modojo)

Chris Buffa (Modojo): Having played a variety of user friendly and accessible mobile games, we feel Nintendo's Brain Age: Concentration Training is far too restrictive. Clearly intended for the casual audience that made this series a global success, the fact that its developers force players to sit through five scattered minutes of the new Devilish Training mode makes the publisher seem nervous, as if to imply consumers wouldn't sample it on their own. Even more bizarre, players will need to unlock the variety of mini-games over a period of several days. Perhaps this worked in 2006 before the smartphone and tablet boom, but in 2013, it makes Brain Age seem old and wrinkled next to the competition. (3DS, Brain Age: Concentration Training) 3.5/5

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