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Cooking Mama follow-up heading for Wii

Discussion in 'Nintendo News & Rumors' started by i0n, Oct 31, 2006.

  1. i0n

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    Majesco have today announced their plans to release a new Wii title: Cooking Mama: Cook Off early next year.

    Here's some more information taken from their press release:

     
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    that sounds really cool. It would appeal to alot of moms who like to make homemade meals.
     
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    Yowza. Yeah, my mom might actually play this!

    And maybe I could learn how to cook..

    Maybe.

    Good stuff, it is.
     
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    need for food underground 2
    need for food: most wanted pizza

    i really need to learn how too coock! i bet my mom will buy this game too me xD
     
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    >.> One, doesn't seem like it would be a good game. Seems like a good mini-game-like thingy or something. xP But it doesn't seem like it'd be something fun enough to base a whole game on.
    And two, you guys are kinda being sexist, saying your mothers will love to play this game. >.>
     
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    Cooking Mama is not a worth buying game... I really don't see it really rockin' on me...
     
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    I betcha moms will buy it , haha.:lol:
     
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    I beleive the word is stereotypical... I'd buy it, I really wanna learn how to cook, especially if it will be Wii-fun... And youd probly think "mother would like this" cuz it has the word MAMA in the title...

    and why did you start off by saying "One"???
     
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    Actually my mom loves to cook so im not being sexist by saying she will like this game.
     
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    Because I hate your face. =D Read it again, bud. I edited it. 'Twas a mistake, 'cause I forgot to but "two."
     
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    still doesnt change the fact that you cant tell the difference between sexist and stereotypical now does it?
     
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    And it still doesn't change the fact that a mother isn't a stereotype. It goes with the assumption that women like to cook. =D Nor does it change the fack that you're a ****in' ass. ^_^
     
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    You're an idiot. If you're making gender stereotypes, that's being sexist. Also, Nobody who cooks family meals everyday is gunna want to play a cooking game. Seems it may be more suitable for students who eat microwave meals everyday.
     
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    I'm glad someone's not a total moron here. =D
    You, my friend, are among the smartest here. But, no offense, by the look of it, that's not saying much. >.< But I'm sure you're pretty smart! xD
     
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    so then what is sterotyping then??? Say I claim the asian kid down the street can do a rubix cube in a matter of seconds because he's asian or the polish kid is a dumbass in general cuz he's polish isnt stereotyping, its racist?
    lemme sum it down via dictionary.com:

    ster·e·o·type (str--tp, stîr-) n.
    1. A conventional, formulaic, and oversimplified conception, opinion, or image.
    2. One that is regarded as embodying or conforming to a set image or type.

    3. Printing. A metal printing plate cast from a matrix molded from a raised printing surface, such as type.

    sex?ism? [sek-siz-uhm] –noun
    1. attitudes or behavior based on traditional stereotypes of sexual roles.
    2. discrimination or devaluation based on a person's sex, as in restricted job opportunities; esp., such discrimination directed against women.
     
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    And racism is, generally, hatred and discrimination against a race. So... No, your examples aren't racist, they're stereotypist. *Nod nod* Give it up, kid. You can't win against the man that has no brain, but somehow knows his facts. =D
     
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    And at the same time, how many mothers are gonna have a Wii?! Kinda like those hit or miss exercise games. It's an alright idea... just nothing special.
     
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    so then what the previous guys are saying isnt sexist, because what they are saying isnt in anyway deliberatly offensive, but stereotypicle because mothers have been so portrayed as being the houseworker, thats what is imagined by those when approached with a certain term, as in here, cooking.
     
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    It is actually discrimination in a sense. *Nod nod* And it's actually quite funny that you can't actually spell, "Stereotypical", considering the fact that you're trying to define it. =D
     
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    *Nod Nod, Wink Wink, Nudge Nud-.........true, i cant spell aniways lest drop this and telk mure abowt thi we
     

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