Nintendo’s Brain Age: Concentration Training starts by describing my life in detail. Information is everywhere, says the polygonal, disembodied head of Dr. Ryuta Kawashima. He really says it, by the way, as this Brain Age features copious voice over.
While included in past Brain Age games, concentration and working memory skills will be stressed in the new game. The design of the new Brain Age game is best suited for those seeking to keep their brains young, and for those who need help concentrating while studying.
The new Brain Age title for the 3DS will also include Oni-Tore lessons, during which the onscreen face of Dr. Kawashima will morph into a demon (pictured above).
Brain Age for the 3DS is due out this summer in Japan. Nintendo did not provide a release window outside of the island nation for the game.