Big Brain Academy: Brain vs Brain announced for Switch

Big Brain Academy: Brain vs Brain is the latest exclusive announced the Switch by Nintendo, and it is set to be released on December 3rd. Big Brain Academy: Brain vs Brain is a party game where up to four players can compete against each to show who is the brainiest of the bunch. There is also online functionality but this is not live multiplayer. Instead players can compete against other player’s ghost data to climb the leaderboards.


The full description for Big Brain Academy: Brain vs Brain is as follows:

Take on a series of brain-bending activities that test your mental mettle in Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain for the Nintendo Switch system! Play a wide variety of activities, like memorizing a series of numbers, identifying an animal as it slowly comes into focus, or helping guide a train to its goal in fun, fast activities. Go brain-to-brain with friends and family in 4-player* matches to see who gets the highest score. Everyone can play together at varying difficulties, so a kid can hold their own against an adult in this battle of the brains!

Get your own Big Brain Brawn score with a fun test. Boost your skill and speed by practicing certain activities. Of course, you can also prep for your next multiplayer brain battle or compare scores with friends and family. Unlock dozens of outfit options for your in-game avatar—from a cat outfit to a corn costume!

The first Big Brain Academy was released in 2005 for the Nintendo DS, and a sequel called Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree was released on the Nintendo Wii in 2007. Since then the series has remained dormant until the announcement of Big Brain Academy: Brain vs Brains. The game file will be 750MB, and the game will have language support for Japanese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Dutch, Russian, and Chinese.

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