Okay,everyday,when you boot up Brain Age , and Professor Kawashima guides you through a short program of activities chosen from a list that includes such rapid-fire tasks as prtforming simple equations, or reading out loud from a passage of text. However,it's cleanly performed, unfolds neatly and feels far less dull than it should.Games that are based on edutainment are rarely as good and addictive as this, making it perfect bit of self-improvement for DS owners of any age.Gameplay is easy to learn and the minimalist soundtrack helps you concentrate, not the other way around.It's clean and functional, with the Prof's grinning face to see you through.Brain Age genuinely strengthens you mind, and it does well.
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