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Nintendo have announced that if they sell any more Nintendo DS systems in Australia, the entire country might simply grind to a halt. Well, not in so many words. But they have sold 550,000 units, and shipped over 400,000 "Touch! Generation" titles.

The other big news is that they have a new release of Brain Trainer, one of the best selling games in existence with over 12 million people using it daily:
Now Nintendo is preparing to release More Brain Training(TM) from Dr Kawashima: How Old Is Your Brain?, on July 5th for SRP$49.95. Packed with all new brain training techniques. With more new ways to train your brain, this title is the sequel to the already successful Dr Kawashima's(TM )Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain?. Over 12 million people globally are currently including it in their daily lives.

Players can train their brain through exercises such as Memorise 5 x 5, Speedy Symbols, Correct Change, Days Missing Symbols, Masterpiece Recital or the classic Rock, Paper, Scissors, that features voice recognition.
It also has multiplayer features using the DS wireless functionality.



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