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8.3 out of 10

Babysitting Mama

Part of the best selling Cooking Mama franchise that has sold Read more

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Overall 9
Gameplay 8
Graphics 9
Sound 9
Replay value 9

Babysitting Mama

Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
  • Excerpt: Paul told me about Babysitting Mama during E3 in the year of our Lord 2010. For some odd reason a reviewable copy did not arrive. Maybe another site with a copycat name was given the copy meant for us. Maybe there were not enough copies, and our millions of readers were not enough to warrant a copy. I don’t know, and honestly it does not really matter. Paul was actually loving enough to save up his scarce spending money so I could play Babysitting Mama on the Wii.
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Play by placing the Wii remote inside an actual baby doll.

Common Sense Media
29 May 2011
  • Summary: Parents need to know that Babysitting Mama is a simulation game with a unique control method: The Wii remote is tucked inside a real baby doll (included) which you actually carry, hold, and rock during the game. There are a couple of small slapsticky moments among the mini-game tasks, like one challenge in which you have to dodge toys thrown by a tantrumming baby and a multiplayer game in which two players can "race" their crawling babies.
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Overall 3

Babysitting Mama Review: Gaming's Version Of A Contraceptive

Game Informer
5 November 2010
  • Conclusion: Concept: Put a Wii remote in a doll and move it around slightly. Repeat. Graphics: Thankfully, the visuals in the diaper changing minigame are not realistic Sound: The crying baby noises emanating from the Wii remote caused Joe Juba to come over to my desk and mute it within seconds Playability: Shockingly, stuffing the already-inconsistent Wii remote into a giant plush baby doesn’t help it recognize motions Entertainment: Its minigames make Mario Party’s seem like God...
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Babysitting Mama

Auracore MediaWorks
19 July 2010
Overall 7

Cooking Mama World: Babysitting Mama Review

23 August 2011
  • Summary: Dass die „Cooking Mama“-Reihe auf dem Nintendo DS ein großer Erfolg ist, darf man angesichts dreier Episoden rund ums Kochen, einer Episode rund um Gartenarbeit und einer Episode rund ums Heimwerken ohne Zweifel glauben. Auf der Wii ist die „Cooking Mama“-Reihe allerdings noch nicht ganz so erfolgreich. Das möchte man mit „Cooking Mama World: Babysitting Mama“ nun allerdings ändern.
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Overall 7

Review: "Cooking Mama World: Babysitting Mama" (WII)

11 November 2010
  • Excerpt: Von Babies für Babies? Wir haben uns für Sie dem Hardcore-Test zu „ Cooking Mama World: Babysitting Mama “ unterzogen und haben verschiedene Babies beruhigt, mit ihnen gespielt und in den Schlaf gewogen. Kann die handgemachte Puppe dem Spiel den richtigen Touch geben? Lesen Sie unser Review! Die Mama hat sich ja schon durch einige Herausforderungen gekämpft, so waren beispielsweise das Kochen und die Gartenarbeit schon auf ihrer To-Do-Liste.
  • Pros: Stoffpuppe, 50 Minigames, Gute Erkennung der Bewegungen, Kindgerechte Aufmachung
  • Cons: Vieles spielt sich ähnlich, Spezielle Zielgruppe, Später sehr langatmig
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