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Dr Kawashima's Devilish Brain Training Delayed For Europe

By Kevin on Apr 07 2013 07:54 PM
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This isn't what the doctor ordered!

Dr. Kawashima has apparently rescheduled your appointment from this Friday, to sometime in September. Originally scheduled to be released in Europe this Friday, April 12th, the brain training Dr Kawashima's Devilish Brain Training: Can you stay focused? game for the Nintendo 3DS now has a tentative release date.

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According to the Dr Kawashima's Devilish Brain Training: Can you stay focused? page on Nintendo Europe's website, the displayed released date is To Be Determined (TBD). Furthermore, UK video game retailer GAME estimates a September 2013 release.

Known in North America as Brain Age: Concentration Training, fans have been receiving a healthy dose of the Devilish Training exercises since February 10th. Have Europe fallen victim to poor localization? Is the current title of Dr Kawashima's Devilish Brain Training: Can you stay focused? too long? Maybe Europe will at least receive the eShop demo before the Doctor can see them. Well, our fans in Europe are literally "dying" to know what the hold up is. They have one very simple question.

What's up, Doc?

Thanks to Nintendo Nerd LuffyFoxtrot for sending this news tip!

Source: Nintendo UK, GAME


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Comments: 4

I think the UK lowered their Nintendo 3DS prices...



Back when I got my 3DS on September the 11th, 2011, prices were £149.99. now, they Reduced it by £10?


And I think I'll take a look at the site. I have the
Dr. Kawashima's A little bit of Brain Training: Arts and Maths Edition: Nintendo on my DSi XL Lite, though. I Really Dislike Game Delay.
I've been pretty faithfully playing Brain Age: Concentration Training for over 50 days. I don't always do the Devilish Training exercises, but I've been working my way through the Supplemental Training exercises. I really enjoy this game, it's really powerful in terms of building self-confidence through simple achievements. Also, the more days you "sign in" to play, the more things you unlock! I think I've unlocked everything and I'm just playing for Achievements and because it's quite fun.

It's yucky that Nintendo Europe is pushing back the release date. :(

But know that it's a solid game and it's worth the wait.
I Really want this game...
I can just go over the Ural Mountains and buy it from Asian Russia sometime.
Or you could just buy from a local supermarket that has a games division? The delay only applies to Europe and Australia, not the US, as this game is already out there.

Or do you live in the UK or something? If so, you should really consider changing the location on your profile.