By Allison Bates
There are dozens upon dozens of games about pummeling, shooting, or slicing and dicing people on display at E3 2010 (and a lot of them look like this). Majesco’s Crafting Mama, for the Nintendo DS, however, is one of the very few games in history in which a woman screams at you if you do a poor job of cutting fabric to make an apron. The latest entry in Majesco’s cute, casual, and strangely stressful series of Mama games will hit stores later this year and, so far, looks like it will have gamers sewing and making ceramic mugs, among other things, all under Mama’s watchful and oddly intense eye
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