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Cooking Mama World Kitchen
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Cooking Mama is one of those amazing franchises that we can not get enough of at Family Friendly Gaming. Well maybe not everyone, but certainly I am into it, and my ever so amazing hubby has also found fun in this franchise.
Excerpt: Like films and books, gaming can be quite the emotional hobby, feelings I’ve had when playing videogames consist of frustration, elation, wonder and even a hint of sadness. Cooking Mama 2: World Kitchen has made me feel something that I can never remember feeling whilst playing before, and that’s...
Popular cooking sim gets 50 new ethnically flavored dishes.
Common Sense Media
4 September 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that the latest entry in Majesco's popular series of cooking simulators is similar to its predecessors. Players use their Wii remotes to chop, twirl, crack, pour, and pound a variety of foods as they prepare dozens of different dishes.
Excerpt: The Cooking Mama phenomenon is not one that lends itself to sequels, really. No more starkly is that point highlighted than in the Wii edition of Cooking Mama 2: World Kitchen, which has almost no redeeming features whatsoever.
Summary: In Cooking Mama 2: World Kitchen, featuring hot new recipes and all-new 3D graphics, players use the motion-sensitive Wii Remote to cook a variety of recipes by simulating the actions of a real-life chef.
Excerpt: When the Cooking Mama franchise made its DS debut, people were surprised by how simple yet addictive it was. Who knew that a series of mini-games built around a virtual kitchen setting would prove to be so much fun?
Excerpt: Celebrity chefs have been all over our televisions recently. Heston Blumenthal has taken over Little Chef, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has taken on Tesco and Greg Wallace can be seen complaining that the dinners he is being served on Masterchef aren't wet enough.