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  • Summary: Logic, observation, memory, speed of perception and analysis: these are the qualities that define the famous Intelligence Quotient Test and these same skills will be challenged in Best of Tests for the Nintendo DS. Not only does the game challenge the skills of the player, it also aims to help the player improve them. By taking advantage of the unique features of the DS to challenge players, Best of Tests DS calculates the player's IQ and adapt itself to offer a personalized challenge that promises to always be fresh and fun. [Conspiracy Entertainment] Expand
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  1. While the puzzles are usually entertaining, the fact that the same question can pop up over and over again regardless of a right or wrong answer previously is somewhat annoying, especially when we kept getting it wrong, with no help as to what was the right answer.
  2. A game that you should certainly pass by. It has few, if any, redeeming qualities, and I'm hard-pressed to imagine the sort of person who could actually have fun with this title.
  3. This isn't a game, as there's no real reward for doing well other than unlocking more tests, and it's not really a brain-training device because it doesn't teach you anything.
  4. The game is easy, shallow and repetitive. Stop reading this and buy Brain Age. Your brain will thank you.
  5. There’s very little here to challenge a first grader and the memory games are just way too insulting. Brain Age still the intelligent choice so avoid this one at all costs.
  6. The real test of intelligence here is whether or not you are smart enough to avoid this game.
  7. 20
    If you're afraid you might be a complete moron, feel free to pick it up, since the game will never tell you how stupid you are, or anything else for that matter.

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