Another great addition here to the growing number of Nintendo games - such as Wii Fit and various other Brain Training titles – which diagnose players with a whole host of physical and mental deficiencies. I have yet to meet someone who has not been pronounced over weight by the Wii Fit (even children are not immune), or not been told they have the mental capacity of a 90 year old after their first go on Brain Training.
As you might expect, after one go on Professor Brain Trainer – Logic, the game quickly alerts you to the fact your brain is, for want of a better phrase….totally screwed. So, if like the Japanese who have made these daily mind games a compulsory part of their children’s education, you want to do something about it, Professor Brain Trainer – Logic is currently going for just £6.99 on HMV. After that the price shoots up to £12.73 according to price comparison.
Professor Brain Trainer – Logic is one of two Brain Training spin offs, the other being a memory game. It consists of tackling a series of level based challenges such as ‘Finding Friends’ where you have to match up identical illustrations, or else taking on one the game’s six disciplines. These include mini – games such as Shape Recognition, Addition, Number sequence and Moving Dots.
The game gets quite hectic when the difficulty is ramped up, however it’s certainly not as quirky as Brain Training. It lacks character and personality, and the challenges do get boring after a while. Professor Brain Trainer – Logic is not really worth its RRP of £20, but for under a tenner, it’s definitely worth a go if puzzle games are your sort of thing.
Thanks to Andywedge from Hotukdeals