On March 23rd, Overcooked! All You Can Eat was made available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. We review the advantages and disadvantages of the edition in this review.
- Producer: Team17 Digital, Ghost Town Games
- Publisher: Team17 Digital
- Author: March 23, 2021
Overcooked! The game is a two-part series in which players play the role of chefs who cook up the most bizarre restaurants. Do you want to have a cafe at the volcano’s mouth? Perhaps a mobile, situated in trucks that travel along the highway with kitchens? Perhaps a restaurant inside an abandoned castle?
There are many of these sites, and each offers players unique challenges that are unique to each one: the two halves of the kitchen are suddenly separated, and cooks are required to throw their ingredients at each other. The passageway to the stove is blocked by tourists who are coming in. Then, the zombie apocalypse will begin.
In reality, however, the game is described as tense but very entertaining gameplay. The customers want delicious food. Cooking them usually takes a few steps, such as cutting vegetables, placing them in an oven, putting the food on a plate, and bringing it to the dining area. Ensure you wash your dishes following the meal and pay attention to the timer, which monitors the time it takes to complete orders. The quicker staff at the restaurant work, the better tips they will receive.
This creates chaos that sees players pushing, shoving, and yelling at one another, always making mistakes eating food, forgetting to check the pizza, and then hurrying to remove the flames from your stove… I would like to see real cafes and kitchens in restaurants are more ordered.
It is recommended to play Overcooked! with your friends, but not on the internet, however, with the same monitor. A local co-op group of four can make any gathering, but I’m sure that you’ll need to refrain from engaging in a battle with a fellow teammate who’s been defeated.
It is Overcooked! All You Can Eat Edition includes all levels and chefs and modes found in both sections of the series. It also offers an abundance of information. It also includes the Overcooked! and the Overcooked! 2. Add-ons and themed add-ons that are dedicated to the holiday season in the hotel, holidays during Christmas or Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year, for instance, is offered on separate menus.
When playing arcade, you can select from various game modes, team with other players, or participate in competitive matches. The menu on the left gives you a list of chefs you’d like and long enough for a fighting game with more than 60 characters waiting to get played!
If you cannot play with it in your home, try Overcooked! All You Can Eat has multiplayer play, as well as cross-platform play. PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo players can play during a single game. All platforms are supported, and the game can be played with resolutions of up to 4K and frame rates that range from 60 frames per second.
The downside of the collection is that it doesn’t have any new content. If you already own both parts of the series that have DLC, there’s not any new content within this edition. All You Can Eat edition aside from a small amount of the cooks and levels included in The Peckish Rises set. In addition, if you’re using MS, the game could be unable to function and freeze when you’re on the menu in main.
The main point is that you’ve been overcooked! All You Can Eat is an excellent game for playing with friends on the couch and the best version for people who don’t have the first editions of the game. The game is updated with new graphics as well as 4K support, and cross-platform multiplayer.