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- Online/local multiplayer madness- you'll need to work together to get the highest score in chaotic local and online multiplayer
- Feast your eyes on this- cook in new kitchens ranging from sushi Restaurant, magic schools and mines!
- Romaine calm! travel through teleporters, across moving platforms and save time by throwing ingredients across dynamic kitchens that shift and evolve
- Whet your appetite! cook up a range of new recipes including sushi, cakes, burgers and Pizzas
- Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) Content Description: Suitable_for_all_users
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Overcooked returns with a brand new helping of chaotic cooking action! journey back to the onion kingdom and assemble your team of chefs in classic couch co-op or online play for up to four players. Hold onto your aprons. It's time to save the world (again!). The title has been rated E everyone Users Interact.
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In two-player mode, when each player has 2-4 things to be doing at any given moment the counter is ticking down, and you just realized that your frying pans just caught fire - it can't be your fault! You were trying to chop some lettuce, so Player 2 is obviously to blame. Some friendly banter quickly turns into yelling to cook, chop, boil, serve, wash because I CAN'T DO IT ALL MYSELF!
Then once you get to 3+ players - it's that, plus the added "GET OUT OF MY WAY" followed by the nonchalantly pushing your own team mate off a ledge to get them out of your way.
It's an excellent game. We opted for the Switch version over the PS4 even though it was more expensive because...well, this is the type of game that's great to have on the go. (Then again, I find myself choosing Switch same-title games over PS4 because they can be taken along with you.) The new ability of throwing stuff to your teammates is great - more so that your teammate can catch what you throw. I do find the controls mostly good, but sometimes it's takes a bit of effort to pick something up that looks like it should be easy. I also don't think there's a way to rename Players2, 3, 4 if you're playing co-operative multiplayer in Couch mode, which seems weird. But we really enjoy the fact this is multiplayer for people sitting on the same couch. Too many games are online-only multiplayer these days.
All in all, a great game and a great follow-up to the first one. Recommend - great game playing and fun yelling as you cook (win or lose...)
The only actually bad thing about the game is the ridiculous amount and length of loading screens. Every time you want to go back to the map or home screen you have to sit through a lengthy loading screen. Extremely annoying. The levels are not that large or complex. Really no reason to wait that long. Super Mario Odyssey had much shorter loading times for huge levels. This needs to be fixed with a patch.
The first game is one of our favorite games to play as a family. It's crazy fun to play together. But it gets super hard. This sequel seems to have more variety and isn't quite as frustrating. This second game is more fun and more varied.
There are things I really like.
-They tweaked the engine. It feels like it's smoother and tighter and they added throwing.
-It isn't harder. In fact, I think it's easier. We could just be better, but I really think the challenge is more balanced.
-The graphics are very good. I wouldn't call the graphics amazing, but it looks good. Even more important, everything is clear and it's very easy to tell what everything is.
-There is a good variety of characters to play as.
-lots of variety in the levels.
There are things I don't like:
-I don't like how much the physical version is.
-I hate that the pre-order bonus was a DLC code and not on the cart because it's now locked to one of our two switches. Not only that, but it would have helped the physical price seem a little more palatable if at least there were extra characters included in the physical version!
-no voice chat on the switch. Yes, we do play mainly offline. But if fortnite can do it, so can overcooked.
-It's still a horrible game to play alone. I'm also not sure how fun it really is online since laughing and yelling and failing and succeeding is what makes this game awesome! It really is best with 3 or 4 friends in one room!
It's a great game for multiple people in the same room. I don't think online multiplayer changes that. I think you need at least three people screaming and laughing together to take this game to 11! If you've got the people, I really suggest this. They don't have to be great gamers to have fun, but it's best played by people who want to get better. I really like that everything can go horrible at first, but that you really get better together. I totally suggest this!
I pre-ordered through Amazon and received an email the day before the game shipped that had included my DLC download code. I didn't have any issues!
In the game you have to do a variety of tasks, chopping, cleaning dishes, frying, boiling, and serving. So, if your younger child is patient enough, you can give them a simple task such as "grab all the dirty dishes and wash them" or "just chop mushrooms and fish and put the chopped food on the table". Then they should easily be able to handle it.