Although the Nintendo DS launched in November of 2004, one could argue that the Brain Age games brought the company into the mainstream light and did away with the notion that video games are simply for kids and young adults. Middle-aged and even senior citizens have picked up the DS and Brain Age for their intuitive nature and ease of use. With successful products come imitators looking to cash in on the latest trends, and that’s exactly what Conspiracy Entertainment’s Best of Tests DS has done. What Best of Tests hasn’t done, however, is captured what made Brain Age fun in the first place and the result is a shoddy piece of software which tries hard to be like its brain-teasing predecessors but falls flat on its face.
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