Reviews and Problems with Cooking Mama: World Kitchen
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I feel like a white person in an informercial
2 March 2013
Summary: This game makes normal cooking activities into strenuous and stressful situations. What kind of friggin moron can't crack an egg without it splattering all over or tear lettuce leaves without tossing the whole thing on the ground. Who the hey flings liquids all over when stirring and a slow pace. Seriously? SERIOUSLY WHO THE HEY THROWS BREAD UP IN THE AIR AND STACKS A SANDWICH TALLER THAN THEY ARE AND EXPECTS IT TO NOT TOPPLE OVER!?! COME ON!!
Summary: I did not play the first version of this game so I don't know if the entire series is like this one. It's not an exciting game to play. It's more of a sit down in your chair and do something game, instead of reading the paper. It's not all that easy either. It takes some manipulation of the wii remote. I paid $49.99 for this game and it was SO not worth that much. If you can get it for like $20 go for it. If not, don't.
Summary: I found this game pretty fun and entertaining, but I think I like the first one better. There are some moves that are pretty impossible to figure out exactly what you are supposed to do and others that are a lot easier than the first one. I'm glad they kept the poorly translated English and animations, that's some of the great entertainment brought over from the original. We've found it can be a great party game when people are over.
Summary: I have never played any other version of Cooking Mama, so I can't say how it compares with previous titles. I have 9 year old twin boys, one of whom has spent many hours with the neighborhood girls creating recipes in WebKinz. They have had so much fun with that, that Cooking Mama World Kitchen (CMWK) seemed like an obvious choice for us.
Summary: i loved this game on nintendo ds, and this is a gd game on the wii, but very frustrating, some of the actions are very slow. and make me want to launch the controller. but ok game. better on the ds!!!