Smash comes out, but I have a long shift at work that day that starts at 6AM (so I have to wake up at 4:30AM) and I don’t get out until 1PM. So I can’t stay up ‘til midnight to purchase on eShop and have it download, you guys are all going to pound the eShop servers throughout the day and weekend, and I didn’t preorder a physical copy because I actually prefer the convenience of digital.
So one of my old neighbors came by today with her newborn baby, and was having trouble getting her stepfather’s attention. My dad ran behind the house and went in through the back door to find him unresponsive, drooling, and stiff.
He was gone by the time he got there, paramedics and other neighbors who work in the medical field were unsuccessful at saving him. :(
15 years ago, the Dreamcast came and gave us a dream of the future with experiences we’ve never seen before. In its short lifespan, the diversity of games it delivered was incredibly vast and interesting and its legacy can be felt even now. Thanks for everything, Dreamcast.
The Lost Mind of Dr. Brain is a little more ambitious than most edutainment games, if generalized in scope. It tackles the subject of brain functions, trying to expand players’ minds in comprehension, logic, spatial cognition, and linguistics. These minigames still hold up years later without cramming the educational aspects down your throat.
The Lost Mind ofDr. Brain is fun because of its educational premise. That may be the highest praise an edutainment game can get.