Submitted by DC RID3R 3084d ago | review

Sega Brain Trainer Portable 2 (Japan)

Everyone copies everything in this world. Whether the subject at hand relates to clothing, film, game system designs, or individual game ideas, there's really no escaping the reality that very little is truly original, and that most everything is borrowed or influenced by something that has come before it. But even then, there's definitely a line between "slight" and "blatant", and Sega's Brain Trainer Portable and its new sequel Brain Trainer Portable 2 have no problems crossing that line...... (PSP) -

GrimFang4  +   3084d ago
Yep
Good article, bad game.
user9422077  +   2276d ago
awesome!

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