Nintendo has released the first DS title on the Wii U’s Virtual Console store without warning. We had no idea this was coming so soon, but it bodes well seeing as the handheld’s roster of games is rather massive.
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Brain Training: Concentration Training has been confirmed for release outside of Japan. An American release date has been confirmed, but Europe still waits for an announcement.
Empire and American Mensa are working together to create brain training games for console, handheld, Mac and PC, reports Gamasutra. Like the British Mensa, subjects are admitted into the non-profit if they score high enough on a rigorous standardized intelligence test. This is the first time Mensa has struck a deal with a games company. […]
According to this Eurogamer report, Nintendo’s to release a slew of new DS bundles in Europes this Christmas. You’ll be able to buy: White or black DS with a copy of Brain Training – £120 Red DS with Big Brain Academy – £120 Pink DS with Nintendogs: Labrador and Friends – £130 Blue DS with […]
GI’s spotted that Brain Training’s now been in the UK top ten for 80 weeks, apparently a record. The previous 79-week record was set by Eidos’ Tomb Raider. This week’s UK charts can be seen here.
Speaking to MCV, Nintendo UK marketing boss Dawn Paine has admitted there are currently no plans for any more Brain Training games from Nintendo. “The idea behind More Brain Training is that people can move across to it once they have played the first one, and vice versa, and are looking for new challenges and […]
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