1. T-hug

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  2. DarkLink

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    Now people in EUR land will be able to say Blue [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah I wonder if they fixed up the 'Blue' recognition for the Euro game..
    Doubt it but would be nice if they had. I personally got bored of it very quickly. Its like 8 mini games or something and Sudoku... WarioWare or the mini games on Super Mario 64 or NSMB are 100x more fun and I'm sure they stimulate the brain also [​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] Yea same here... I think I lasted a month and a few days... but I really only wanted it for Sudoku [​IMG]
     
  5. legendofphil

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    I was going to wait for Dr Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? to come out here, but got impatient and then my supercard & NSMB turned up and brain age went to the back.
     
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    Brain Training is rather interesting, it helps for some things but others are really hard to train though =p

    Meh, it's a shame that the microphone doesn't work in my DS...
     
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    Yeah, the games get old fairly quick.

    While it's unlikely to increase your brain power, it will probably help stimulate your brain and help you in areas where you do very little of such as reading out loud and keeping track of things in head count.

    Now I wonder how well it'll be received in Europe... The US version's been out for sometime.
     
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    I'm still going on this; of course the "training games" get old quick, but I'm certain that while they aren't making me more brainy as such, they're keeping my mind sharp (I had all but forgotten my times tables when I started playing).

    Anyway, maybe they've changed the recognition so I don't have to say "billoo" in this one - but if so, can anyone confirm if the saves are interchangable with the USA version?

    Hello to new NDS group on the scene.
     
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    can anyone tell me if thyis one works on EFA flashcart?

    the USA one didnt [​IMG]
     
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    I think it works quite well, but i don't know if it works better now, since i never actually had any problems with the word "blue", well on random, but not in general.
    Well the save isn't interchangable, and somehow the supercard software didn't give me a .sav file out, so i used the one from the us version, but it didn't read it, it just overwrote it.
     
  11. legendofphil

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    I've just checked it and they aren't, I backed up my original save using REIN r15 and changed the file name, loaded the ROM and it didnt' work.
    Just to check it I backed up my NSMB save and tried it in the same region version of the ROM and that worked fine.
     
  12. younglink11

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    I think this box art looks much better than the USA version [​IMG]

    EDIT: Did they include sudoku with this release? ..not that I even like sudoku, I find it quite boring [​IMG]

    EDIT 2: I found a better boxart, it does indeed include sudoku
     
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    does it have voice regognition en francais?

    i know a few people that could really benefit from that.
     
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    Yes it does have voice recognition in french, I think its for all languages as well, i'd have to test.

    EDIT: tested all 6 languages have their own voice recognition support.
     
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    Might try this game out.... with the foreign languages enabled. Playing the european version of Phoenix Wright and switching the language to french and then shouting out, "UNE INSTANT" into the microphone proves that I have waaaay too much time to burn.
     
  16. Frexie

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    I have tested it on my Supercard SD and it's working fine [​IMG]
    Also tested the voice-recognation of the german version. Also, good, I dont have to talk diferently [​IMG]
     
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    Gonna try this one to see what all the fuss is about.
    Kinda curious how the DS is gonna recognise Dutch from Holland Vs. Dutch from Belgium [​IMG]
     
  18. Xboxed

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    Ive been doing the exercises since the US version appeared. I just tried spanish and finally Im getting Spaceship in fast reading. It still have some probs recognizing "Azul" (Blue). Dilemma: Keep the US version or start my own language version? Or maybe both? US version Brain Age 28...my age actually.

    Peace
     
  19. Sevael

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    My question is, does this version have the same "puzzles" as the US release? The US and Japanese releases had completely different puzzles, and (IMO) the Japanese ones were much, much better (and more difficult).
     
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    They appear to be the same puzzles as the US version, but I haven't seen them all.
     
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