Reviews and Problems with Cooking Mama 3: Shop & Chop
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Sara Faulkner, Amazon
10 June 2013
Summary: This game is a lot like the other Cooking Mamas that are out. It could have better explanations on what to do on some of the cooking items. The part on the pizza when you are suppose to put it in the brick oven has driven me insane.
Summary: I bought this game and for my 7 year old, she enjoys it but wishes it was more real some of the challenges are difficult even for me, but over all its fun. Oh and its hard to understand the girl on it as well.
Summary: My daughter is 12 and likes to play this game, but you have to literally "blow" on your food to cool it down when playing the game, and she gets tired of blowing on it as it makes her light headed and can give her headaches if she has to do it too much.
Summary: If you're a fan of the Cooking Mama Series or like casual and unique games you should definitely check out this game. The basics of the game haven't changed from the previous Cooking Mama games, but that's what makes this series so good. I mean "if it ain't broke don't fix it", right?
Summary: I'm a big fan of the Cooking Mama franchise, and I think this is a good addition to anyone who liked the previous Mama games. The game is broken down into several elements, some familiar, some brand-new. The familiar elements are, of course, cooking with mama, in which you practice and make recipes. What I like about this portion of the game, which is new to Cooking Mama fans, is that once you obtain all the recipes, you unlock what I suspect are sixteen new recipes.