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GF Rating
5.6

635 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
7

Good

Cook or be Cooked?

posted by Jerreck (PRESCOTT, AZ) Mar 24, 2010

Member since Mar 2010

This is a two part review as I got this game for my wife.

She said she really liked it, a great game. Just too short- needs more challenges

I played it, and I do have a handicap- i really cant control my right hand. So on all WII games I have to play like i'm left handed though on most games you can not switcvh the hands. That being said, this game was relatively easy to learn how to play, excxiting top do and quite fun to watch.

So I agree with my wife, this game is just too short. Only 20 recipes? any cookbook would have 10 times that amount.

But tthis game is really fun, and the difficulty is progressive- it gets harder the further you go.

~Jerreck

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GF Rating
3

Bad

Great game but not long enough

posted by fioapf (GARYSBURG, NC) Mar 12, 2010

Member since Mar 2010

Overall great game but very short. finshed the game in one day. Not much of a challenge but it was fun.

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GF Rating
7

Good

Great game....but needs more

posted by smyers10 (OKLAHOMA CITY, OK) Mar 12, 2010

Member since Mar 2010

This is a very entertaining and well-made game. I enjoyed it very much. However, it is far too short of a game. There are only 12 recipes to do and I beat the whole game within a few hours of playing. I'm glad I rent the games from Gamefly because it would have been a waste of $40 to buy a new one just to beat it the same night. I would have also liked for them to put the amounts of the ingredients (tsp, cup, etc) so we can make the recipes in our real kitchen. So, overall, fun game...just be prepared to be done with it very quickly.

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