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E3 08: Hands-on with Cooking Mama World Kitchen

I like the Cooking Mama series. It's fun, easy to play, and best of all, easy to pick up and put down at any moment. I'm going to be honest though: I reviewed both DS incarnations, and as much as I liked them, I felt like I wouldn't buy the...

 
 
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New Cooking Mama feast in the works, now in 3D

I love the Cooking Mama games for both the DS and the Wii. Sure, they're casual games that boil down to really simple control gestures, but there's something about the style and character that I find addictive. Plus, I'm drawn to bitchy/cra...

 
 
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YO! Sushi dishes up Cooking Mama 2

Like most DS owners, I carry mine with me for a lot of reasons: having a few games at my disposal during time in the doctor's waiting room or on a bus is a great way to kill time that would otherwise leave me fidgity. I can't say I've ever ...

 
 
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Destructoid Review: Cooking Mama 2: Cooking with Friends

The first Cooking Mama title spawned everything from Mama cosplay to speculation that Mama was actually in direct cahoots with Beelzebub. While no one has actually been able to unmask her true intentions, Cooking Mama 2: Dinner with Friends...

 
 
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Fake game Friday: Cooking Chief: Cook Off

This week's fake game, conceptualized and Photoshopped by forumite ToiletDuck, combines two gaming franchises which -- let's face it -- are more or less made for each other. Cooking Chief: Cook Off, available for the Wii60, combines the sla...

 
 
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Flaming eyes on your phone: Cooking Mama goes mobile

North Americans: You'll just have to take my word on this, but (some) Japanese mobile phone games are incredible. At TGS, we played fully-3D, motion-sensitive titles that had some actual depth and gameplay, and we came away totally jealous....

 
 
 
 
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Cooking Mama Wiimote peripherals? Not in Mama's kitchen

You've gotta love Cooking Mama. Sure, she's got a dark side, but who doesn't? At her heart, Mama is a good-hearted woman who only wants to help you become the great chef she knows you can be. She invited you into the hallowed sa...

 
 
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Happy Mother's Day, gamer moms!

To all the mothers out there who are gamers, or who have birthed many a gamers, we here at Destructoid want to wish you a happy Mother's Day. It's tough being a mom for a gamer -- we'll ignore your cries for help because we'...

 
 
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Majesco Cooking Mama: Cook Off informercial

Those crazy guys at Majesco Entertainment put together this cute little imformercial for Cooking Mama: Cook off and boy is it ... um, retarded interesting to watch. But wait there's more! Act now and not only will we let you watch thi...

 
 
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Recap: Cooking Mama Cook Off Challenge (NYC)

What's that burning smell? Is it the building? Did the knifeless hibachi chef get bored and start lighting things on fire? Could it be that Majesco's Cooking Mama: Cook Off for the Nintendo Wii is selling like hotcakes? That&#...

 
 
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Cooking Mama for the Wii: Hey my Wii still works!

If you're like me, and hey, I know you are, then you probably haven't turned on your Wii in a loooooong time (by long time I mean a couple months). Know what got me to turn this white piece of plastic back on? Cooking Mama: Cook Off...

 
 
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Cooking Mama or Lucifer incarnate? You be the judge

digg_url = 'http://www.digg.com/gaming_news/Cooking_Mama_or_Lucifer_incarnate_You_be_the_judge'; Cooking Mama has been quite popular since its debut, and not just with Harajuku types desperate to play unusual sims and bounce about scr...

 
 
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Cooking Mama: Cook Off for the Wii: Early impressions

In my ever exciting life as a gaming journo, I stopped by Majesco today to check out some titles coming out this year, most notably Cooking Mama: Cook Off for the Wii. Not only did I get to see the game in action, but I also got to pl...

 
 
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New Cooking Mama video for the Wii

Admit it, deep down inside, you know you really wanted to get Cooking Mama for the DS. You felt the pull of Mama's siren song, enticing you to slice, dice, roll and chop ingredients for her approval. You knew you were always inexplicabl...

 
 




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Well Capcom announced it would be adding free monsters to MH Glad I wont have to pay for dlc just to fight a single

 
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