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Brain Age returns to the Switch, testing your mind once again

by Justin Herrick | October 4, 2019October 4, 2019 8:30 am EDT

Soon, the Nintendo Switch will serve up a whole new batch of mind-related tests.

In the trailer, we’re getting a look at some gameplay. The new Brain Age game resembles its predecessors, offering individual and multiplayer experiences. Both modes are meant to test your mind and sharpen it along the way. Of course, this version also takes advance of the Switch’s Joy-Con controllers and overall portability.

The new Brain Age game arrives this winter, but it’ll be sold exclusively in Japan. Nintendo hasn’t said whether or not availability will be expanded to include North America and other regions. Previously, the other Brain Age games were released around the world.

Between the first two games released, Nintendo has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide. It introduced Brain Age for the DS in 2005 and always kept it to that platform. With the latest installment, Brain Age is maturing and thus tries its hand at some new tests.

If you’re located in Japan, you’ll be able to purchase Brain Age for the Switch on December 27.

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