Cooking Mama: Cook Off is a video game for the Wii, and a sequel to the 2006 Nintendo DS game Cooking Mama. Just like the DS version used the stylus to teach you how to cook, this game will use it's console's innovative controls to teach you to cook. The Wii remote will be used to do small tasks, such as slicing vegetables and flip food in pans.
At CES 2007, Cooking Mama: Cook Off was rated as the best game at the show, according to Wired magazine.
The game has generally received reletavely low review scores. IGN gave the game a 5.8 out of 10, and Famitsu gave it a 29 out of 40. The game wasn't as successful as the original DS game.