Brain Age: Concentration Training

A few years ago the Brain Age games were all the rage with gamers and non-gamers. These experimental offerings featured new, and potentially beneficial non-game uses for the DS. Since the franchise went quiet after the release of Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes A Day! in 2005, Dr. Ryuta Kawashima has been working on crafting a whole new class of game to put Brain Age fans to the test in his latest release, Concentration Training. Anyone that picked up Brain Age and Brain Age 2 may have noticed that there aren't really any fundamental differences in the exercises that are offered in both games, tasking players with building their working memory through repeated bursts of short mentally stimulating activates. However, this release steps away from that format, and instead places its emphasis on building one's ability to focus on individual tasks for extended periods of time.

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