OK, already -- we get it: non-traditional gamers love playing Nintendo games. But just in case they've missed some nook or cranny in the United States, Nintendo are taking their show on the road, in the form of a Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day nationwide tour.
Between now and January 8, Nintendo will embark upon a 50-city nationwide "mall game-play" experience, where gamers of the future can check out Nintendo's latest "games." Nintendo will also be sponsoring booths at Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk Events, which will take place in Chicago, Austin, New York, Washington, and Los Angeles. And for those buying new roofing or trying to lose those handles, the Nintendo Street Team will also be making appearances at home shows and fitness expos throughout the tour.
Last but not least, Nintendo has recognized National Self-Improvement Month (that exists?) by sending copies of Nintendo DS systems (along with copies of Brain Age 2) to the new Nelson J Salon in Beverly Hills, California. Getting your hair colored has never been this educational.
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