Cook with Wii

Mama's secret recipe.

505 Games has pulled out the rolling-pins and announced Cooking Mama for Wii, due for release on 11th May.

It's an update of the already available and successful DS game, which pops you in the boots of a young chef eager to rustle up some culinary concoctions. You'll be under the watchful eye of Mama the whole time, who also happens to be a bit of a perfectionist, as you whisk out everything from toast to gourmet specialities from ten different nations.

However, as you'd probably guessed, the main draw of this digital cook-book is the control system. The combination of the Wiimote and nunchuck will add a much more hands-on feel when dabbling in the virtual kitchen, opening up a new world of interaction and play styles.

We liked the DS version when we got to grips with it last year, though it eventually came up a bit shallow. Pop over to our Cooking Mama review to find out more.

Meanwhile you can salivate over to our Cooking Mama Wii gallery for the latest screenshots.

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