The problems with Body and Brain Connection aren't major, but they are a thorn in the side of what should be an easily accessible and fully responsive game. The assorted minigames cover a decent variety of activities, and there are some that evolve in interesting ways as you move up to the intermediate and advanced difficulty levels. Yet given the limited scope and merely decent number of minigames, Body and Brain Connection feels overpriced at $49.99. Still, there is some satisfaction to be had here, and this is the first game in the brain-training genre to make it to the Kinect. Though the controls aren't perfect, Body and Brain Connection uses the hardware in some novel ways, and there's no denying the pride that comes from sharpening your response times and feeling your brain get "younger" by the day.