Excerpt: Based on the popular TV show, Hells Kitchen, for the Nintendo DS is a fantastic if slightly repetitive game. The Story I wouldn't say this game has a particular story but he aim of the game is to play as a rookie chef who works alongside Gorden Ramsay in Hell's Kitchen. You must seat each guest who arrives at the restaurant and then prepare and cook different foods for the guests.
Excerpt: I absolutely love Gordon Ramsey, I can't get enough of all his shows, have a collection of his books and was once fortunate enough to meet the cooking god, but for some reason I was quite sceptical of this game! I mean cooking and video games don't mix, Right? Wrong!! This game, although simplistic, is very addictive!! And to be honest, it is only very loosely based on cooking.
Excerpt: I love the show Hells Kitchen so when I came across the game for £5 in a sale I bought it. A chance to work for Gordon Ramsey, I couldn't miss that opportunity. I fancy myself as a bit of a little cooking god at home so now was the time to show the best in the business how its done. The game itself is very simplistic but provides a nice little challenge. Its not really a cooking based game at all.
Gordon Ramsay comes to your Nintendo DS - Hell's Kitchen on DS
8 July 2009
Excerpt: This review is for the Nintendo DS game, Hell’s Kitchen, developed by Ludia Incorporated and published by Ubisoft. The game is based on the television show starring Gordon Ramsay. The aim of this game is similar to the television show, and aims to show that there are three essential parts of a successful restaurant, the preparation of the ingredients, the cooking of the food and impeccable service of the food to the customer.
Pros: Good fun to play, unlockable recipes
Cons: Bit repetitive and too easy to complete quickly
Excerpt: Hells Kitchen DS is based on some chefs needing to please the world-class chef Gordon Ramsay and prove they have what is needed to be number one chef. It starts with guests appearing at in the lobby; you then tap on them to seat them at a table. He then delivers menus; when the guests put down their menus you must tap on them for the waiter to collect the order.
Pros: quite good fun, addictive
Cons: The visuals are too small, gameplay's repetitive