Developed under the supervision of renowned Japanese neuroscientist Dr. Ryuta Kawashima, Body and Brain Connectionrevolutionizes the mega-popular Brain Training genre he helped originate with an all-new, unique blend of physical and cerebral challenges.With Dr. Kawashima's latest research proving that brain activity is augmented by physical movement, Body and Brain Connection challengesplayers to exercise both their minds and bodies with fun, fast-paced mini-games ranging from math, logic and memory to reflex andphysical-orientation exercises.Exclusively available for Xbox 360® with Kinect™, Body and Brain Connection is the first Brain Training game available on Xbox 360with Kinect, and the only game worldwide to integrate cerebral and physical challenges for the optimal gaming experience. And given itsmultiplayer mode and ease of use, whole families can enjoy and receive the benefits of Body and Brain Connection's myriad of mini-games,challenges and exercises.
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Fun For All Ages and Brains – With no controllers necessary and an E-for-Everyone rating, Body and Brain Connection brings whole families together regardless of age or skill level!
Doctor Approved – Dr. Kawashima, originator of the Brain Training genre, has supervised and approved every aspect of Body and Brain Connection, guaranteeing it's as fun and challenging as it is cutting-edge!
Unparalleled Replay Value – Combining 4-player competition and 20 exercises with the full-motion capabilities of the Xbox 360® Kinect™ Sensor, Body and Brain Connection ensures hours of replayability!
Optimized Brain Training – Scientists recently confirmed that brain activity is augmented by physical movement—beyond fun for the whole family; Body and Brain Connection provides an optimized Brain Training experience too!
First Brain Training Title on Xbox 360 with Kinect – Body and Brain Connection is the only game of its kind on Xbox 360 with Kinect and the first Xbox 360 with Kinect release for Namco, delivering a wholly unique experience to an entirely new audience!
Robust In-Game Tracking – Body and Brain Connection boasts persistent data tracking and exercises that can be customized for individuals as well as groups, ensuring a fun, engaging experience for all!
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Body and Brain Connection is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Great for your memoryI really like this game. I think you have to be older to appriciate this game, because it does sharpen you memory and reflexes in time. I play this game about 3 times a week during lunch and in time I do notice that my scores get better and my reflexes are better too. This is not a game for gamers. If you are older and you start forgetting things then I would say it is time for you to play this game.
Date published: 2012-03-09
Rated 4 out of
I am still confused by this gameI realy don't understand this game it looks fun but I am the only one in the family who can't figure it out but they all love it. I just don't understand!!!???
Date published: 2011-09-20
Rated 5 out of
suprisingly a great gameI bought this the day it came out and liked it right away but then kind of got away from it-when I went back to it I found it to be extremely challenging and fun and both my wife and I play it every night-sure there isn't a lot of movement with this game but then it isn't an excerise game-it is for the brain-I have found the more I play the more challening it gets-for instance with the traffic control part where you have to place your arms a certain way to get the right colored vechicles to the right place seems simple at first but now I am at the level where you actually have vechicles moving in opposite directions at the same time-I could give many examples like this-it has really helped us to sharpen up and I am 60 and my wife is 56 and my brain age got down to 31 at one point and I am now consistently in the 30's and you have a lot of fun doing it-so I give this a high rating but remember you have to stick with it and see all that it has to offer-again this is a great party game if nothing else-beware-it is addicting!
Date published: 2011-03-06
Rated 3 out of
Not very excitingI just bought this game thinking it was going to be a trial of brians and bronze. While it does test your memory, thinking ability, and mental reflexes, it does not get you moving very much. I'd much rather play Brain Age sitting down. I was bored on the easy levels also.