Cooking Guide: Can't Decide What to Eat?
continues to look like it will be numerous flavors of awesome
. Ahead of the training game's release in Europe this week
, Nintendo grabbed its ladle and served up a generous helping of 35 new screens. Handily, these are all in English (as opposed to French
, like the last batch
), and we've picked up lots of new information as a result.
For a start, it appears that the non-game will cater to the most fastidious of chefs. Everything
can be filtered in Cooking Guide
, so if you want to find a recipe which can be cooked in under 30 minutes, has meat as its main ingredient, is of average difficulty to prepare, and which comes in at under 300 calories, no problem
! You can also choose to exclude certain ingredients
that you don't like from your recipes, make your own shopping list
, or browse dishes from a particular country
Best of all, a non-cook (such as this blogger) will find little in these screens that is intimidating, thanks to step-by-step instructions that aren't filled with jargon
, and a comprehensive glossary
for the overwhelmed. We never thought we'd say this about a training game, but we can't wait for this to find a home in our DSes.