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I pretended to be a clock in Body and Brain Connection

Feb 04 // Hamza CTZ Aziz
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Think Brain Age made for the Kinect when looking at Body and Brain Connection for the Xbox. It's a fair comparison seeing as how Dr. Kawashima is behind this title. The game involves you using both your mind and body in order to perform the necessary actions that come up on the screen.

I checked out the mini-game where your arms represent the arms to an analog clock and you have to move your arms around in order to match the digital time that gets displayed. It sounds stupid, but I actually had fun with it. All of the games have some sort of mental puzzle you need to solve by answering with your body.

There are over 20 exercises for up to four-players and will be out next week on February 8.

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