Big Brain Academy Brain Vs Brain Review (Nintendo Switch OLED)
Our Big Brain Academy Brain Vs Brain Review asks the ultimate question, Who has the brawniest brain in your family? Challenge your grey matter to a variety of challenges and find out in Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain.
Big Brain Academy Brain Vs Brain Review Pros:
- Big bright colorful graphics.
- 676MB download size.
- Full touchscreen controls.
- Two modes of play – solo or party with 2 – 4 players locally.
- Every player can have their own user/account.
- Character creator.
- Friends list leaderboards for each mode.
- Your profile is set up with birthday, occupation, catchphrase, and greeting.
- Test game type is where you do a random event from each of the disciplines and get a Brain grade and Big Brain Brawn score.
- Online game type is where you can play against the world (random), friends, family, and search ghosts.
- Ghosts are an exact copy of another player’s game they played meaning you can play them offline.
- Practice mode allows you to play any discipline and any event you want and earn a score and a Bronze Silver or Gold award.
- Five disciplines – Identify, Memorize, Analyse, compute and visualize.
- Earn coins from playing any game type and unlock new customisation options for your character.
- You get a brief tutorial before each event.
- Clever variations of simple game types.
- A lot of fun.
- The type of game you play daily.
- Simple to learn.
Big Brain Academy Brain Vs Brain Review Cons:
- Playing with a controller is not ideal mainly due to it feeling slower.
- No actual live online play.
- Doesn’t have its own achievements.
- You only unlock customisation options.
- Feels more like an arcade experience rather than Brain Train that is an actual exercise.
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Big Brain Academy Brain Vs Brain is a fun workout for your senses and reflexes. Whilst it may not be as intense or feel as in-depth as the Brain train games it does trick you into working out your brain with simple games, bright colors, and just a general fun atmosphere. I played and will play it daily alongside the Brain train game as like I say it’s just a different type of workout. Solo or with the family/friends, you get fun and a deceptively good workout. For maximum fun, play with friends but even in solo ghost mode keeps the challenges coming.