When one examines the pantheon of cooking video games, from BurgerTime to Cooking Mama and the almost inevitable sequel Cooking Mama: Cook Off, to Happy Cooking...well, one discovers it's a very small pantheon indeed.
The next thing one discovers is that there is much fun to made. (disclosure: I have not played any of these games...mostly because I have a real kitchen if I want to play with food. Also, no dragons to slay or tame so what kind of game is it?) Anyway, on to the digression: Happy Cooking, which is described thusly:
Lisa, a little girl, is having a hard time trying to cook dinner before
her father comes back home. Hopefully, an unexpected angel from the
Moon will make her meet a famous chef who will help her.
There are so many things wrong with this. Like: Do they have angels on the moon? Really?
But let's start at the beginning with Lisa, the little girl whose adventure we share. There's a picture of Lisa on the box and I kind of like her look. Attractive, but not overly so (if you know what I mean), kind of spunky looking, she's cradling that mixing bowl like she knows what to do with it (although the grip on the whisk is iffy),
Have you looked at that box cover yet? No? And you are waiting for what? Geez! Go look already, I'll wait.