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Brain Age: Concentration Training Arrives In The Nintendo eShop On Nintendo 3DS

brain_age_concentration_training_Nintendo_3dsBrain Age: Concentration Training has launched in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS. Consumers in North America can download the puzzle game right now for $29.99. According to the Nintendo eShop, Brain Age: Concentration Training features newly designed training exercises that are supposed to help improve players’ concentration skills and the ability to access their short term memory. If you want to try out the game before buying it, download the free demo from the Nintendo eShop.

12 thoughts on “Brain Age: Concentration Training Arrives In The Nintendo eShop On Nintendo 3DS”

  1. I’m definitely getting this! I do Brain Age everyday, when I wake up. It gets my brain working and at my age, I need all the help I can get. lol

  2. These games always looked SO boring to me.

    Does anyone else think about Satoru Iwata when they see the guy in the Brain Age series? He always reminded me of Iwata.

  3. It’s fun! But it doesn’t train your brain, don’t play if that’s the reason.

    There are many researches about this kind of game. You will get better, but you will get better on these games… like, you may add 2 numbers faster than other people, you may memorize cards better too, but you will not think more quickly or memorize where you put your car keys better than before.

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