Mixed or average reviews - based on 5 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 5
  2. Negative: 1 out of 5
  1. 80
    If you're a Brain Age veteran, you know what to expect. If you're new to the series, the price of admission is just right and worth a shot.
  2. 79
    For those that haven't made the leap into the world of Brain Age, eight bucks is a fine price to pay for what you're getting in the download. Even if you've gone through the motions in previous Brain Age games, the shift in presentation – as well as the addition of DSi elements – might be enough of a draw to get you to throw some more money Nintendo's way.
  3. With eight different math-focused training modes, and several special Theme modes, there is plenty to do in Brain Age Express: Math for the DSi. And at 800 points, this is a great way to get back into training, or start it up for the first time!
  4. If Nintendo had created a demo for their retail DS Brain Age titles, Brain Age Express: Math would have been it.
  5. In the end, it's the price that serves as Brain Age Express: Math's biggest enemy. At 800 points, this slice of Brain Age is nearly half of the retail price of Brain Age or Brain Age 2, both of which would be a more valuable purchase than this downloadable edition.

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