Brain Age still has some mind challengers, but everything is still real shaky and there isn't a real reason to get it.
Of course, our star, Dr. Ryuta Kawashima, has returned to Brain Age 2 with brand new simple challenges that exersise your mind. The challenges are not tough in any way, but the goal is to exersise your mind. The game is perfect for kids who care to play this as it's so easy a baby could give it a worthy shot, but the ways it challenges you such as timing adds difficulty to Brain Age.
One thing it does is caculates your Brain Age. You create files and then it wants you to do at least a challenge per day. It also wants you to do a Brain Age check. You can do up to one per day, and what it does is gives you three challenges. It bases your brain age on accuracy, time, and sometimes reflexes. After you do all three challenges, it gives you your brain age. It can go as low as 20, and you want it to be as low as possible. It does feel a little challenging to get it that low, but I suggest your's is around 35.
Simply put, this is just another Brain Age game. That's it. Nothing really new except more challenges. It does deserve some credit for everything it packs in plus the fact that the only real bad thing about Brain Age 2 is the sometimes shaky handwriting reconition. This is a great game for children of all ages.