Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain Coming to Switch This December

Do you have the brain power?
Do you have the brain power? Nintendo

Do you think you have the brainpower to win against your family or friends? Why not test it out with the upcoming Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain? The game offers players different activities to test their mental skills. It’s arriving on Nintendo Switch this December 3.

What activities, you ask? It includes memorizing a series of numbers or identifying an animal as it comes into focus. There’s even one where players need to guide a train to reach its goal.

Players can take on friends and family in the Party Mode, which allows up to four players to compete. In this one, each player completes various activities and sees who earns the highest score. What makes this even more exciting is that players can set their own difficulty level if they want to give their opponents an advantage.

There is also the Solo mode where players can challenge random players online.

Here are some other details of the game:

  • Game file size
    • 750 MB
  • Supported Languages
    • Japanese
    • English
    • French
    • German
    • Italian
    • Spanish
    • Korean
    • Dutch
    • Russian
    • Chinese

Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain is priced at $29.99 and you can pre-order here.

The Puzzle Game Series

This upcoming game is part of the Big Brain Academy series, released in North America back in 2006 on Nintendo DS. This one however had three modes. The first was Test Mode which offered five puzzles and players were given a letter grade based on their performance.

The puzzles are Think (logic-themed questions), Analyze (reason-based questions), Compute (math-themed questions), Identify (visual-themed questions), and Memorize (memory-based questions). Practice Mode, meanwhile, has players choose which activity to take on with each one having three levels of difficulty. Finally, the Versus Mode sees who’s the best.

The sequel, Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree, was released in 2007 on Wii. This game has 15 mini-games and is divided into five categories. There is a Solo Mode where players are scored based on accuracy and speed. There is now a multiplayer option where players can compete against seven other players.

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