YO! Sushi and Cooking Mama 2 Team Up to Give the Term "Playing With Your Food" a Whole New Meaning

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Posted on April 10, 2008, Stephany YO! Sushi and Cooking Mama 2 Team Up to Give the Term "Playing With Your Food" a Whole New Meaning

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YO! Sushi will be offering its diners the opportunity to play Cooking Mama 2 for free through DS consoles placed on the restaurant chain’s iconic conveyor belts. The sushi restaurant sampling campaign, a games industry first, will see free DS consoles preloaded with Cooking Mama 2 being offered to YO! Sushi customers for the duration of their meal in the Farringdon Road and Poland Street restaurants in London from Monday 14th April, with many more of the chain’s 30 UK restaurants following suit over the coming months.

Cooking Mama 2
is the recently released sequel to the best-selling cooking simulation game Cooking Mama, and promises more culinary fun as players chop, slice, dice, fry, grate, mash, mix, peel and roll ingredients using the DS stylus. Multiplayer gameplay will allow budding sushi chefs to challenge each other wirelessly over the restaurant floor and blowing on the in-built DS microphone will even cool a hot dish down.

Cooking Mama is an original title that boasts immediate ,pick up and play’ kitchen action, and over one million Nintendo DS and Wii copies of the original game have shipped to-date, making it the biggest selling third party DS title ever released. As part of the campaign, 505 Games will also be offering YO! Sushi customers the opportunity to win DS and Wii consoles and copies of Cooking Mama 2.

So if you live in the London area and want to play while you eat, head down to the nearest YO! Sushi and start noshing, just make suse you don’t spill any Wasabi all over the DS – and I mean REAL Wasabi not horseradish powder mixed with green food coloring.

Via: Press Release

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