For those of you who stay up all night gaming, have you ever felt the need for a little snack to keep you fueled during your gaming sessions? Nissin is set to launch Gaming Cup Noodle and Gaming Curry Meshi in Japan to ensure that gamers stay well-fed and energized during their gaming marathons.
Gaming Cup Noodle Launches Energetic Versions of Yakisoba and Curry
Nissin’s Curry Meshi is prepared by pouring boiling water and waiting for 5 minutes, instead of the usual 3 minutes for Cup Noodle. It’s a rice-based meal instead of noodles.
Check out this rather unusual commercial for Curry Meshi:
Both of these meals are packed with energy. Gaming Cup Noodle features seasoned minced pork, shrimp, egg, and cabbage. It’s a noodle dish that gets its special kick from garlic and black pepper, along with spicy soy sauce.
On the other hand, Gaming Curry Meshi is a meal with a touch of ginger and a base made from onions, tomatoes, and pork.
Instead of the typical ramen in Gaming Cup Noodle, you get yakisoba, and sauce instead of broth in the mix. The Nissin team emphasizes that these meals are perfect for gamers, allowing them to savor their gaming moments without any worries.
These meals contain three main ingredients responsible for providing the energy that gamers need to keep going for hours: caffeine, arginine, and niacin.
Both of these meals will be available in Japanese stores starting from September 18th, priced at 280 yen (approximately $1.91). Gamers can treat themselves to energy-rich meals!
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