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Dr. Kawashima's Body And Brain Exercises 360 Kinect

Dr. Kawashima's Body And Brain Exercises

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Dr. Kawashima's Body And Brain Exercises bring a touch of Nintendo magic to Kinect in February.

The personality behind the very popular Brain Training DS games - that arguably contributed to the handheld's initial success - is coming the 360. Dr. Kawashima's Body And Brain Exercises uses Kinect to walk players (ed: literally?) through a series of daily exercises to keep them alert and healthy.

Dr. Kawashima's Body And Brain Exercises promises to challenge players to think fast and act even faster as they respond to maths, logic, reflex, memory and physical questions using the full-motion capabilities of the Kinect sensor.

With 20 different Kinect activities in both single player and multiplayer modes and being able to accommodate up to four friends, it seems that Brain Age will be back on the water cooler conversation list.

Dr. Kawashima's Body And Brain Exercises is released for 360 Kinect on 11th February in Europe.

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