1. Rayder

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    ^^ndsrelease-3892^^
     
  2. Ramis

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    Shovelware?
     
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  4. jobhosle

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    shovelface, more like.
     
  5. xist

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    Whats Cooking Jamie Oliver? Hungry Kids!
     
  6. skawo96

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    What's cooking? Shovelware!
     
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    Jamie Oliver is one of the best cooks i know.

    However, I don't think this game is good. But I never tested it.
     
  9. Joey R.

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    My mother loves his show. I've seen it a few times, and I must admit, at least he's kinda cool. Nice fellow, if you ask me. I don't think the "game" is good, though. At least, not better than that DS cookbook... can't remember its name, but it was awesome ^^
     
  10. BiscuitBee

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    This was released earlier (different region or something I guess).

    Anyway, it surprised me. It's much more interactive and 'realistic' than cooking mama. I'm still playing Test Kitchen mode to unlock more stuff.

    There's also a mode where you can take whatever ingredients you've unlocked and start cooking whatever you want. It'll copy what you did and create a Cook Book style recipes for you!

    For Example:
    I buttered a pan for 40 seconds on high and put in three eggs. I put a cover on the pan and fast-forwarded 30 minutes.

    Spinkle a dash of pepper and viola! Burnt eggs a la moi. (yes, you can name your recipe).

    As an added bonus, there's a shopping list mode for recipes. So, if I took that recipe that I just made, it would list butter, eggs and pepper. You check them off (with the touch screen) as you purchase them.

    ...but the thought of walking around the grocery store with my DS is kinda' nerdy. Which is fine [​IMG]
     
  11. Curley5959

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    Stop flaming this you assholes and try it..

    It is a good game if you like cooking.. There is a cookbook and a cooking game and it is 600 times better then cooking mama..

    I mean, instead of saying its shovelware immediately, try it out..

    It will surprise you..

    I mean ffs.. TRY IT OUT YOU LAME ARSE IDIOTS..
     
  12. HBK

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    This isn't shovelware. It's a pretty decent cooking game, and the best graphical one I know.
     
  13. ENDscape

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    I dont even know this guy so i dont trust his cooking.
    Whats cooking? Hopefully this game will burn in the oven.
     
  14. Regiiko

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    Haha, sounds pretty useful for a "shopping list" kind of game! Just what I need for my overseas trips soon ^^
     
  15. SoulAnger

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    This thread is funny, lots of post removed. [​IMG]
    Any screenies?
     
  16. Curley5959

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    How was my post flaming.. I was merely saying that it is a good game and some idiots should take the time to play it before rating it just from the name of it..
     
  17. skyman747

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    I just noticed the File Name.

    xpa-wcje.zip

    Shouldn't it be xpa-wcjo?
     
  18. DeMoN

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    Nope. The e at the end signifies "Europe."
     
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    enjoy cooking with the jamie slime [​IMG]
     
  20. Curley5959

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    I dont know what everyone has against this game.. really.
     
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