Summary: There are very few Wii games that I feel are appropriate for families with a range of age, but this one fits the bill. It's a fun game of international recipes where you have to prepare, mix and cook ingredients against a timer or other players. It may be a little too advanced for younger players, as you have to read instructions and follow them pretty closely. But if you have younger players you can have them be on teams with parents or other siblings.
Summary: Really fun game. The controls, as some people note, can be more than a little finicky, but you get used to it, and its a lot of fun overall. Great for kids/adults who like looking ridiculous waiving around a Wii while screaming at the screen because you can't butter a pan.
Summary: I purchased this game "used-like new". It definitely was "like new" just as described. There is close to no scratches on the disc, and it had the original manual. This was a great purchase for a great price!
Summary: I have a son with mental disabilities but loves to cook. He is 11 and I don't dare to let him in the real kitchen much, so this game is perfect for him to learn about various things one does in the kitchen. He can practice and practice each step until he gets it right, without fear of cutting his finger or being burned by oil. I think this is an excellent learning tool. The simulation isn't perfect, but it introduces the ideas that will be helpful later in real cooking.
Summary: Cooking Mama Cook Off was a pretty fun game to play.From all the different and exotic recipes to choose from to the preparation of each dish,it all was fun to play.The gameplay was very cool,the graphics arent great,the sound can get annoying,and Cooking Mama is very replayable. Basically,the point of the game is to cook the food.If you cook the food up to mamas expectations,you unlock a new dish.Very simple.Even though it was simple,it still was very creative.My...