Cooking Guide with international dishes and three new DS Lite colours are coming to Europe next month.
Nintendo’s Cooking Navi interactive talking cookbook series has been very successful in Japan where three different versions have been released. The game series features synthesized voices for instruction, voice control, terminology and utensil guides, tutorials, and everything you would need to follow along while cooking. Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What To Eat? was announced for Europe in release lists earlier this season and will feature 250 international dishes rather than the 200 Asian dishes included in Cooking Navi.
Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What To Eat? will be available across Europe starting the 20th of June.
In the same announcement, three new DS Lite colours have been confirmed for Europe on the 13th of June, a week before Cooking Guide. These will be Red, Turquoise, and Green, with Green as a European first. The retail price will be the same as the existing colours at £99.
Green DS Lite
Red DS Lite
Turquoise DS Lite
COOKING UP A COLOURFUL TREAT!
- Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What To Eat? & three new Nintendo DS Lite Colours hit Europe -
21st May 2008. Get ready for a double treat this summer as the season is set to be full of tasty food and colourful new Nintendo DS Lites! Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What To Eat? and the Nintendo DS Lite will allow you to experience a simple and convenient way to choose, prepare and cook a variety of 250 international dishes. Preparing breakfast, lunch and dinner with Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What To Eat? on one of three exciting new Nintendo DS Lite colours of Red, Turquoise or a European first, Green is set to be a whole new mouth watering experience!
Going beyond the capabilities of printed cookbooks, Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What to Eat? will guide each budding chef step by step through all the processes involved in cooking a tasty dish by talking and guiding the player through each recipe. With its numerous international recipe choices, dish search options, videos and simple step-by-step guides to choosing, preparing and cooking a dish, turning even the most hesitant of cooks into confident chefs will be simple. Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What To Eat? is controlled through the Nintendo DS’s Touch Screen and by the user’s voice through the console’s microphone. It is simple for everyone to use, no matter what their previous experience – either with a Nintendo DS or in the kitchen!
Featuring approximately 250 international dishes, finding the perfect recipe to cook has never been so fun! Broken down into easily searchable groups, discover the perfect dish by country, ingredient, difficulty level or even amount of calories to name but a few. There are so many options available everyone will be catered for!
Once a decision has been made about what to eat, users can set about creating a culinary masterpiece with the Cooking Guide chef who will talk you through each step of the way. As your hands will be busy preparing and cooking the ingredients, simply speak into the Nintendo DS’s microphone to progress through each stage of the recipe. Each step can be repeated as many times as necessary, so you can prepare your meal at your own pace.
Not sure how to use a certain utensil or the ideal substitute for an ingredient? Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What To Eat? can tell you all you need to know with its handy Cooking A-Z. Providing in depth illustrated details on everything from chopping techniques to explaining cooking terminology, no query will be left unanswered. It can also create a handy shopping list for that all-important visit to the supermarket and can even be used as a kitchen timer!
Containing a plethora of recipes and a range of helpful and easy to use functions, Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What To Eat will be a useful addition to anyone’s kitchen.
With the vibrant new Red, Turquoise and Green Nintendo DS Lites hitting shelves across Europe on 13th June 2008 at the estimated retail price of around £99 and Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What To Eat? arriving on 20th June 2008, at the estimated retail price of around £30, Summer has never looked so appetising!