Cooking Mama 2: Taihen! Mama wa Ooisogashi!!
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Cooking Mama 2: Taihen! Mama wa Ooisogashi!!

Cooking Mama 2: Taihen! Mama wa Ooisogashi!!

Taito
Compatible with Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)
For JPN/Asian systems only.
NTSC
24h In stock, usually ships within 24hrs.

Price: US$ 34.99

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features

  • The Wii Remote is your universal cooking utensil, putting you in total control of the cooking action as you chop, grate, slice, stir, roll and much more! Hold and point it in many different ways depending on the task to get the real sensation of cooking in a kitchen!
  • Mama and friends look glorious in all new 3D graphics!
  • More than 50 all-new recipes including: potato salad, California Roll, parfait, ginger pork, shrimp au gratin, fruit jello and many more
  • Cook off against friends in competitive 2 player split screen mode
  • Team up with a real or in game friend to prepare ingredients in the new cooperative play mode
  • New gameplay mechanic integrates Wii Remote utensil play with additional rhythm and motion that makes cooking easier and more enjoyable
  • Share the cooking experience with Mama and all of her friends since everyone can now prepare meals in Mama's kitchen. Mama's friends will evaluate your meal once it's made so put in the extra effort to satisfy these finicky tasters
  • New kitchen surprises in the form of comedic mini-games (i.e. flip a burger up in the air and Mama's dog will run in and snatch it away; toss a pancake and control Mama as she runs in to save it with an apron catch)
  • Save these surprise animations in an album you can review after gameplay
  • Real-time effects make you feel like you're actually cooking. Adjust your timing and make decisions about your next course of action based on what you see on screen (i.e. if food is starting to look burned, quickly remove it from the burner, etc.)
  • Earn bronze, silver, and gold medals from Mama in Let's Cook mode based on the quality of your cooking

description

Mama is still cookin'! In her Wii sequel, Mama brings a lot more to the table, including all new 3D graphics, new recipes, comedic kitchen minigames, new gameplay modes and much more!

further info

Original Name  クッキングママ2 たいへん!! ママはおおいそがし!
Official Release Date Dec 04, 2008
Genre Simulation
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0002410923
Catalog No.  RVL-P-R2QJ
Item Code  4988611208052
Players  1-2

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:4

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marianamoreira12 (1) on 10, Dec. 2010 07:23 (HKT)
Cooking Mama
Great game, it's really hard when you first play it, but then it becomes kind of easy. The graphics are cute and it's really fun.
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toadette (1) on 22, Sep. 2009 14:34 (HKT)
Cooking Mama: World Kitchen review
World Kitchen brings simulation-cooking to Wii owners again, this time in 3D. Personally I prefer the graphical interface in the original Cooking Mama, where just about everything from characters to food are represented in cute 2D graphics with thick bold lines. Even though in making what you're cooking 3-dimensional is cool & that much more realistic, somehow something is lost in World Kitchen's translation of the lovable Mama.

Oh, and speaking of translations, Mama speaks slightly better Engrish this time round. However I cannot say the same for cooking instructions in this sequel. Players new to Cooking Mama would find the lack of a proper tutorial frustrating, as the tiny icons at the bottom of the screen that tell you how to move your Wiimote isn't clear. At all. Many times you'd find yourself burning food before understanding what the tiny icons mean.

Instructions aside, World Kitchen might appeal to those who like to create their own avatars. In this sequel, Mama stands beside you while you cook, and this "you" is entirely of your own creation. Long hair, short fringe, green hair, bandanna, the works...it's up to you.

What I absolutely cannot stand, though, are the minigames that trigger when you accidentally make a mistake. Flip a burger patty too hard? Mama to the rescue! Except that it involves once again confusing Wiimote instructions that you'd understand only after the minigame is over. Not only is it hard to play, the minigames also disrupt gameplay flow. I'd much rather see my beef patty on the floor, thank you very much.

All in all, if you like cooking but hate to get all messy in the kitchen, I'd recommend getting Cooking Mama: World Kitchen. It's a great game to get kids acquainted to cooking too, what with its bright cheery colours, oversized ingredients and all.
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