DR. KAWASHIMA'S BRAIN TRAINING FOR NINTENDO SWITCH Officially Announced For The West

DR. KAWASHIMA'S BRAIN TRAINING FOR NINTENDO SWITCH Officially Announced For The West

DR. KAWASHIMA'S BRAIN TRAINING FOR NINTENDO SWITCH Officially Announced For The West

Nintendo has officially announced that Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training for Nintendo Switch is releasing in the West; game is expected to release early in January.

Just a couple of weeks ago, Nintendo announced a brand-new entry in the popular Dr. Kawashima's Brain Age series — although the title was only confirmed for Japan, and expected to release there on the 27th of December.

While it was only a matter of time, Nintendo has finally announced that Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training for Nintendo Switch will officially be making its way into the West earlier next year; with this new game becoming available on the 3rd of January in 2020.

Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training for Nintendo Switch will include a bunch of new, and challenging excercises that make use of some of the many features found in the Joy-Con controllers like IR motion camera, and will allow players to be joined by friends either locally or online.

What's even more interesting is that this title will also be making use of a stylus, which will be included in the packed version of Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training for Nintendo Switch. As of this writing, however, the stylus is only included in the UK.

Take a look:



Get ready to challenge your brain in a variety of ways in Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch! Enjoy new exercises, some of them making use of the right Joy-Con’s IR Motion Camera*, or tap and train with classic exercises from past Brain Training games that you can play using a stylus (included with the packaged version from retail stores) or your finger. It’s in your hands!

Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training for Nintendo Switch will release on the 3rd of January in 2020.
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