Cooking Mama 5: Bon Appétit Cooking Up a Treat for 3DS in September
Posted by Thomas Whitehead
Step into the Cooking Dojo
In exciting news for those that are fans of cooking with a stylus — which doesn't work very well in real life — Majesco Entertainment has confirmed that Cooking Mama 5: Bon Appétit will be arriving in the West this September. This is a title we've covered in the past as it was on its way to the Japanese market, though with the publisher boasting of franchise sales beyond 13 million units, its release outside of Japan surprises no-one.
A series that shot to prominence during the frenzy of the DS 'Touch Generation', this is essentially a series of stylus-based activities and mini-games in which you cook delicious dishes, while being highly praised and made to feel better in the process. As the fifth main entry — there have been spin-offs — this new game will have new modes, some of which are detailed below.
Join Mama, the original kitchen diva who created the cooking genre, in Cooking Mama 5: Bon Appétit and unlock 60+ recipes to perfect a kaleidoscope of foods including appetizers, drinks, main courses, and desserts. Cook your way through classic fare, exotic cultural dishes and sweet treats including: pork cutlet rice bowl, chicken nuggets, barbeque skewers, pumpkin gratin, raisin bread, Hawaiian pancakes, gingerbread cookies, and much more! Step out of the kitchen and help Mama with more than 30 new activities around the Burger Shop and house: feed the pets, deliver orders, serve ice cream, organize crafts, even play word games!
Cooking Mama 5: Bon Appétit features intuitive stylus-based play across six modes, including the new Cooking Dojo mode where Mama slips into her gi for some serious culinary training. You can also customize your kitchen and Mama’s outfit with decorations and outfits earned through SpotPass. What’s more, single cart download play with up to three friends enables you to cook off with fellow chefs to share the experience.
Will you be showing off your hardcore culinary skills in the Cooking Dojo?