Dr Kawashima’s Devilish Brain Training

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Dr Kawashima’s Devilish Brain Training is ranked in the 16th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.

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Based on 6 critic reviews
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Based on 6 critic reviews

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Impulsegamer
3.6 / 5.0
3.6 / 5.0
Aug 29, 2017

Dr Kawashima's Devilish Brain Training: Can you stay focused? is full of puzzle-solving exercises and creative mini-games perfect for convenient pick-up-and-play. For casual gamers and even non-gamers who enjoy genuinely challenging brain-teasers.

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Gameblog
7 / 10
7 / 10
Aug 7, 2017

Thanks to a playful tone, an adaptive challenge and a wide selection of cleverly designed activities, Brain Age : Concentration Training successfully keeps the experience interesting, but also gratifying. Despite some persistent handwriting recognition issues and the rather large amount of recycled games, this devilish episode shall amuse our minds, an indubitable benefit, intellectual empowerment debates notwithstanding.

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Critical Hit
6.5 / 10.0
6.5 / 10.0
Jul 28, 2017

It's a fun diversion, but I think that four years on it's a case of too little, too late and Brain Training's lost much of its charm. If you feel that information addiction has gotten the better of you or that you need to improve your focus, Devilish Brain training may be worthwhile – but it's both tedious and sparse.

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SA Gamer
6 / 10.0
6 / 10.0
Jul 27, 2017

Whether you're looking for 5 minutes of brain bending challenges or just some academic fun, Dr Kawashima's Devilish Brain Training may be the game for you. It does take a long time to unlock all the content, but when you do, you're spoiled for choice.

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Cubed3
6 / 10
Cubed3

Top Critic

6 / 10
Aug 11, 2017

Dr. Kawashima's Devilish Brain Training: Can You Stay Focused? is an admirable attempt to mix up the formula, and there are glimmers of greatness here - the dynamically adjusting difficulty is fantastic, for instance - but it just can't measure up to its predecessors and the new ground that they broke. The decision to wait five years to publish the game in Europe is to its detriment, too, making the formula seem even more dated than before. It does its job well, but it lacks Brain Training's focus and accessibility, making it a difficult recommendation compared to the past iterations.

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Digitally Downloaded
Digitally Downloaded

Top Critic

Aug 14, 2017

Assuming concentration is a problem worth solving (an assumption lacking the solidest of foundations), I will argue there are better, significantly more efficient, ways to address it than through another game from a device that's otherwise a regular dopamine provider by its own rights.

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