Yakiniku Game Serves Guests With Fake Korean BBQ

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Yakiniku or Korean BBQ restaurants are extremely popular in Japan, which is why Bandai has released a game that simulates the experience at home—minus the distractions of flavor, chewing and hunger satisfaction of course.

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Using a fake BBQ and fake food, players must be the first to successfully collect fully "grilled" plastic foodstuffs. So, it's all the fun of grilling without the payoff. If only they would make a sweet dishwashing simulator followup. [Bandai via Akihabara News]

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frankurd
Arggh! there goes a...snake a snake!

Is this a North or South Korean game because there's probably a big difference. I'm guessing in the North Korean game these are rectangular medium-well pieces of dog meat and monkey penis.