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 Oct 31, 2006 - 12:00 PM - by Michael
* Nintendo + Old People = ?

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The New York Times report on Nintendo having a meeting with the AARP: apparently, Nintendo wants to make gamers out of people in their second childhood.

In addition to Wii, Nintendo also promoted its Brain Age game for the portable Nintendo DS, which includes a series of exercises that ostensibly help to improve brain functioning. To entice visitors, Nintendo employees walked the show floor wearing buttons that said, rather optimistically, ?Ask Me My Brain Age.?

 

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