Nintendo has revealed that it is resurrecting the million-promoting Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Instruction: How Old Is Your Brain? Series (identified as Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! in North America) on the Nintendo Switch.
The game has only been confirmed for Japan at present, but provided the enormous international reputation of the series, we’d envision that a western launch will be forthcoming. The game will be identified as Train Your Brain: Nintendo Switch Instruction for Adults in its homeland.
The trailer above shows how the Joy-Con IR camera will be utilized to detect the shape of your hand, though the Switch’s touchscreen will let writing input by means of a bundled stylus. Elsewhere, players are pitted against 1 a further in a counting challenge with detached Joy-Con.
Notifications will also be doable when the Switch is docked, by means of vibration and the controller LED. It appears like this is the very first game to make use of this new function, which was introduced in the most up-to-date firmware update.
The game launches in Japan on December 27th with a retail price tag of three,480 yen for a physical version which consists of the stylus. A download version will price two,680 yen, and we’re assuming you can use a third-celebration capacitive stylus with this just fine.
In the meantime, let’s bear in mind when Terry Wogan (RIP), Julie Walters and Patrick Stewart promoted the DS version on UK tv.