The newest game in the bestselling franchise comes to Nintendo 3DS with a slew of new mental training exercises designed to make you smarter.
A working mom rushes to schedule a meeting while answering emails and getting dinner ready for the kids. A student crams for a midterm the morning before an exam, but can’t stop thinking about the urgent paper he has to complete later in the week. A video game fan plays her favorite game for hours, but starts to forget where the key to the final dungeon is located after updating social media and checking out the latest blog post on her favorite website.
What all these people have in common is a need for a more focused mind. Having a focused mind can help lead to better performance in all life activities, especially in this modern world full of distractions. Whether it is in the office, the classroom or a far-off fantasy kingdom, distractions come from all directions, making it easy to lose focus and difficult to concentrate on the tasks at hand. Actually, it is almost inevitable that … wait, what were we saying?
With the launch of Brain Age: Concentration Training for the Nintendo 3DS system, multitaskers can refocus their busy modern minds and get their concentration back on track.
“With so much happening around us on a constant basis, it is very easy to get distracted,” said Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. “The Brain Age series has always been about training the brain, and Brain Age: Concentration Training continues this trend while also helping to improve concentration.”