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Submitted by skynidas 2419d ago | review

NZGamer: Buzz!: Brain Bender Review

NZGamer writes: "Buzz is back, but different this time. Just as Microsoft are pulling a SingStar with Lips, Sony has pulled a Brain Training with Buzz!: Brain Bender, the follow up to Relentless Software's classic quiz series. But don't worry, our smart-alec host is back and it still feels very much like a Buzz title.

Just like Brain Training, Brain Bender is comprised of mini-games designed to improve memory, observation, calculation and analysis. It's certainly not as robust but what it lacks in depth it gains in accessibility (I'd rather have a muppet teach me than a disembodied head of a Japanese doctor). For analysis, there's Path Finder (a maze game) and Power Struggle (work out who wins in a tug of war between different vehicles), while for observation there's Match Up (work out how many pairs of contestants there are) and Pattern Match (identify shapes to fit a grid)". ( Buzz! Brain Bender, PSP) 7/10

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