“No plans” for more Brain Training, says Nintendo

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 4 July 2008 15:46 GMT

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 training exercises,” said Paine.

“Given that both titles continue to perform well, there are no plans for any more titles in the series.”

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