A game console and I are best friends since many years ago. I am so excited as I read a pixel-project contest in craftster.org: Craftster Challenge #55: Pixelate Mama. Mama now becomes a crafter, thanks to Majesco Entertainment! Cooking Mama Ltd. They started the series with "mama" as a chef. Then from cooking alone, she cooked for her friends & family on "Cooking Mama 2: Cooking with Friends". Before the third one, they released "Gardening Mama" (errm, gardening in cooking mama style, damn hard and too many flowers to pick on, north, south, east and west). The fun tripled as they launched "Cooking Mama 3: Shop & Chop". We could follow Mama's yayness (quoting Shalimma) shopping between frantic sales persons, who succeed made me stop each time I met them between supermarket aisles.
In Crafting Mama, players will create 40 different projects across a wide range of different crafts: make patchwork quilts, earrings, candles, xylophones, kaleidoscopes, birdhouses, flower decorations and even mini-Mama dolls! Using the stylus as a universal crafting tool, crafters will sew, mold, glue, cut and paint under Mama's masterful direction. Best of all, players can use each of their creations within the game itself: dress Mama up in a new apron you've sewn or even fly a freshly folded paper airplane. In addition, new materials, colors and patterns are available to customize each project, and multiplayer support lets players create with a friend.
If you feel not crafty enough in real world, at least you could do it in pixelated world of Nintendo. I'm so glad I always said to myself "In Nintendo I trust", so I didn't buy PSP back then.