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The first Brain Age title on 3DS focuses on short exercises to increase levels of concentration, and will feature Dr. Kawashima in demon form!

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Posted by Morgan Sleeper

Old brain, new tricks

Thinking of Nintendo's efforts to capture a more mainstream audience with non-traditional games, the Brain Age series leaps immediately to mind - and then leaps right out again, because we can't seem to concentrate on anything these days. Dr. Ryuta...

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User Comments (5)

Bullwinkle

#3

Bullwinkle said:

It is maddening to me that there is no convenient way to find out how many blocks a game needs to download.

I'm on the fence about whether to get this via retail or download.

Can someone tell me how much space it takes?

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