Nintendo Ships Flash Focus

FlashFocus.jpgNintendo has helped DS owners whip their brains into shape with the Brain Age and Big Brain Academy titles, now they’re doing the same with vision in this week’s retail release of Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day. Flash Focus features a variety of sports-related activities based on real training programs used by top athletes that are designed to increase your hand-eye coordination, peripheral vision, dynamic visual acuity, momentary vision and eye movement, and track your DS Eye Age so you can see how your “focus power” improves over time. Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day hits store shelves today for the low budget price of only $19.99.

“Flash Focus represents another one of our software titles that delivers fun with a purpose,” says George Harrison, Nintendo of America’s senior vice president of marketing and corporate communications. “Flash Focus should be in the training arsenal of every coach in the country, but it’s also ideal for casual game players of any age who want to keep their vision sharp.”

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