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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Jul 6, 2006.
This game's making it into the top 10 DS games on Play.com and Gameplay.com. Guess the colourful graphics and cute characters will work well with young children
The other version wasnt really for young children
Even Bush got it!
Never said it was. Brain Age does look more formal with the way it records your progress but, both titles essentially run the same exercises.
But anyway, nice one That's going to get Nintendo quite a bit of publicity if it goes in the news. Not to mention their Brain Age title that started this whole "brain training" genre.
I got a B on my first test. Thank you, Warioware! I knew ADD wasn't a disease
wow, 4 times the size of the US one... this one got fat.. I don't remember seeing that much text.
the nfo says multi 6 so what's the other language?
lol saw this in the 4chan, guess how bush reacted :x
"whut's this litt'l sanwich thingy I got fo me birday? Nine-ten-doo? Whut'sat?"
lol i though it was a hella funny...
Trimmed down US version is 7 megs, EUR is 17,7.
Is it liek, a good game? And whats touch generations?
Its not really a game, its like brain age.
Touch Generations is collection of mainstream Nintendo DS games. This is the first release in the collection, Magnetica and Sudoku Gridmaster are other upcoming titles.
Japan had a similar system.
The sixth language is "Netherlands".
I just saw an advert for this and the New Super Mario Bros on channel 5 You don't see many Nintendo ads on TV here
The ones you do see are quality though.
I dont actually like this training academy. Prefer Brain training.
Well, there's 2 new brain training games coming from Japan soon.
Sega's one sounds professional and the Unou one sounds kind of fun
"My Angel allows the player to raise a child in the brain teaser."
anyone got any problems when trying to send demo, on the ds recieving it freezes on the nintendo screen and the ds sending says communication error?