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I am very thankful Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download code for Brain Beats on the PS4 VR. This virtual reality game reminds me of Beat Saber in some regards. I was unable to find any information on a physical copy version of Brain Beats in the United States at this point in time. This is a shame because a physical copy version of Brain Beats would be so amazing.

I ran into some problems when I first tried to play Brain Beats. I got to the main menu screen and no button I pressed on the PS4 controller did anything. The game told me to press the button below, but nothing worked. I finally figured out I needed to use the PS Move controllers instead. I wish Brain Beats had told me that from the onset. This is another great reason for physical copies of games. The cases show which controllers work with which games.

I tried to play Brain Beats without using the tutorial. I did absolutely horrible so I decided to take the tutorial. Brain Beats has multiple things we do. We keep our hands open and touch certain circles. For example the blue and red orbs are the right and left hands. Then there are orbs that require both hands to score points. From there we can hit a button the PS Move controllers to turn the hands into swords. Certain objects require one sword and others require both swords.

Brain Beats clocks in just under one gig in terms of memory size. Brain Beats looks okay and it sounds nice. There is some bad language in the twenty-seven songs included with Brain Beats. I had fun playing Brain Beats. We can get some light exercise moving around while playing Brain Beats. We can play Brain Beats in relaxing to energetic songs. It can depend on your mood and what you need to do.

My biggest problem with Brain Beats is remembering all of the different objects, colors, and what needs to be done. It can take a few tries to remember which objects are both hands and which are both swords. Families can use games like Brain Beats during lockdowns to get some exercise while working on their pattern matching skills. I hope to see more games like Brain Beats in the future.
- Paul


Graphics: 79%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 79%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 90%

System: PC VR/PS4 VR(tested)
Publisher: My World srls
Developer: My World srls
Rating: ‘E’ for Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Language}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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