Reviews and analysis of Overcooked! 2
forever56 · Review provided by Best Buy
We love the original Overcooked so we bought Overcooked! 2. It is a great game, just as the first one. A group of friends can play the game together and enjoyed the time of fun. New recipes are amazing. The new edition is a little bit easier to pass through the levels, which is not a bad thing. However, the 'secret' 4-star goals that get unlocked when all levels are passes are extremely difficult to achieve and that keeps us playing the game for long time. The new 'throw' option is a lot of fun too.
HongKongPh00ey · Review provided by Best Buy
Fun with the kids!
I’ve worked in restaurants for 30 years. With the proliferation of shows like Chopped Jr and MasterChef Jr, my niece is becoming very interested in cooking. Most of the games they have on their Nintendo Switch are geared towards her brother so I got this for her. They both love it! We play three players and it’s a blast. Their Dad says “you guys yelling sounds like a restaurant up there!” I bought it on sale on the PlayStation Store for my PS4 so I can practice at home and keep up with them. Great game, teaches teamwork and it’s lots of fun.
CaptK · Review provided by Best Buy
Fantastic co-op, family game!
There are fewer and fewer games designed to gather people together and have them help each other in order to win. This isn't a if-I-win-then-you-lose game. This is a let'-all-help-each-other win and succeed game. In my view, it is a terrific family game (and is one of the very few video games my family will play together). I love how is fosters teamwork and delegation and support from one another.
Padrotti · Review provided by Best Buy
Fun but frustrating game to play with family!
Picked this up and only have played with my friends. it is definitely a multiplayer game as the further you progress the more impossible it becomes to play with less than 3 people. Frustrating game because you have to really be in sync and have communication, but it is also super fun because of that. Sometimes the controllers glitch out or its hard to pick something up off of counters, but over all its a well balanced game and is super fun. everyone i play with loves it.
xno0bx · Review provided by Best Buy
My go to Switch party game! Amazing fun!
If you played the first game, or are new to the series, this is a game you are likely to love. It is so much fun whether as an adult or for a younger audience. I had a blast with my 10 yr old niece and 18yr old nephew. She absolutely LOVED the game. Great fun for the whole family. Also teaches some good multi tasking and time management skills in an analytical, deeper level.
ThunderRazor · Review provided by Best Buy
It's Overcooked but even crazier
I'm a big fan of the original Overcooked and I was really happy to get a physical copy (don't ask me why but I prefer physical if possible). This game is really an extension of the previous title. All that was there and more: more characters, move levels, more stars (challenge) per level, more mechanics to mess with your cooking. It is a great 4 player game, and actually even better as 5. Yes, 5 players. The 5th player doesn't get a controller in my house; they are the line cook. They just yell at the cooks and keep the kitchen running. Basically Gordon Ramsay; up to you how nice you want to be.
Nola7T · Review provided by Best Buy
A little difficult, but a good game
I bought this game because I thought that it would be really easy/simple, but it’s actually kind of difficult. You have to make a lot of food in very little time. I really like it though. It’s also a little addicting because I’m always trying to beat my time and make more food. Overall, I think it’s a really good game and I’m happy with my purchase.
Reviews and analysis of Overcooked! 2
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