12 posts tagged food
New Virtual Boy game!: Advanced Pasta Cooking Simulator
I’m happy to post about any new Virtual Boy homebrew project, but I was extra motivated to share this one with you after reading HorvatM’s description:
“The goal of this game is simple: just cook pasta. But be very careful: your neighbors are terrorists and they want to make sure you don’t get to taste any of it. Can you cook yourself lunch while they shoot at you through the windows?”
I want this kid’s lunch…
And the cute mini-tray/holder! I’d need a couple more wings, though, so it’d have to be a Pikachu Lunch XL.
I found this while looking for photos of the Pikachu 3DS XL that will release in the U.S. next Sunday. Azu__azu shot the photo of his son at a restaurant next door to a Pokémon Center in Japan. I’m pretty much jelly over everything going on in this photo — this kid living the life.
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Posting this commercial for cheese because:
- It features music from one of my favorite chip groups, The Shortsleeves — listen to the track here
- I want a grilled cheese sandwich right now
Hear also: More songs by The Shortsleeves
[Via The Shortsleeves]
Slime meat buns looking way tasty/cute. These aren’t another exclusive for the DQ-themed Luida’s Bar in Tokyo; a bunch of Family Mart convenience stores across Japan will carry this blue treat soon for ¥170 (US$2.20).
Speaking of Slimes, the other big DQ news that came out early this morning is that Slime Mori Mori DQ 3, the 3DS follow-up to Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime, releases in Japan on November 2nd. Annnd, there’s still no word on whether Nintendo/Square Enix plan to bring this game (or the meat bun!) to the West.
See also: More Dragon Quest posts
New items at the Dragon Quest-themed Luida’s Bar in Tokyo. As the 25th anniversary of the RPG series’ first game approaches, the eatery is advancing to Level 4 this month, cycling in the five curious menu items above.
Unfortunately, though I recognize the characters, I can’t identify the actual food items here. Like, what kind of food they’re made of. Andriasang didn’t name them, and the official site is still “counting down” to their reveal, as far as I know. So, uh, it’ll be a surprise for you if you end up in the restaurant!
See also: More Dragon Quest posts
Etrian Odyssey 3 food truck. To promote the April 1 release of Etrian Odyssey 3 in Japan, Atlus has parked this goofy truck in Akihabara to sell rice balls and tapioca drinks, and hand out coasters with the game’s character art on it. Too bad the WiZMan’s World ice cream cart didn’t beat them to market!
People around the Daido Limited Building in Akihabara are going to be able to find out what hardcore dungeon crawling tastes like! Also, they’ll have a prime spot to meet up with other Dragon Quest IX players. There’s probably going to be a crowd of them around there.
See also: More Etrian Odyssey 3 posts
Noby Noby Boy bento by Anna the Red. He’s made of sushi! How great is that?
I can’t help but think that Keita Takahashi, being a Noby Noby sushi creator himself, would approve.
Noby Noby Boy cupcakes, unstretched. I predict we’ll see a lot of things done with Boy—he’s adorable and easy to replicate.
See also: Noby Noby Boy T-Shirts
Like the “deco-den” DS Lite we featured before, the above system shell is topped with (fake) chocolate and icing, except it now has an open spot for the DSi’s external camera. Japanese online shop Rakuten is selling this particular accessory for a crazy ¥4,480 ($48)! It is handmade, though.
For an even daintier look, there are also DSi cases with pink icing, teddy bears, rabbits, hearts, ice cream, and other sweets priced at ¥4,200 ($45):
Professor Layton bento lunch, arranged by Derek Lieu’s girlfriend. Here are some more photos.
Derek’s girlfriend has created several other wonderful meals since we last featured her Super Smash Bros. obento, like this Totoro arrangement:
And seaweed-and-cheese Shadow of the Colossus toast:
Super Smash Bros. Brawl bento lunches, arranged by kickintheheadcomic’s girlfriend.
This looks remarkably more fun (and more delicious) than the actual Wii game, which I played for only an hour before I felt overwhelmed by the amount of content and the commitment needed to access everything. With this, you only need a fork to unlock its tastiness, if even that.
You can check out more cute meals in kickintheheadcomic’s Obento Flickr set, which also includes Katamari Damacy and Miyazaki-themed meals.