Summary: If you are a fan of the TV show, then this game is for you. It is entertaining-yet does not scream FUN like a typical arcade game does. It can be challenging to keep the fast pace, but is addictive in its power to try your skill. There are more challenging games out there, more educational games, but of the 10 DS games I own, this is in the top 3.
Summary: Hell's Kitchen is a lot of fun probably more for adults (I'm 60!) The sound drives me nuts though so I turn it down. With the sound up I make more mistakes, probably just like his real chefs do. The only negative is that it is a bit difficult to see some of the little "clues". I bought another for a 35 year old!
Summary: If you love the show Hell's Kitchen, then you will love this game. The only thing that sucks is that they sensor Chef Ramsey. But over all the game is great. You are trying to get a 5-star restaurant. You start with one table and a few ingredients and a few pots in the kitchen. As you improve you get more tables, ingredients and an oven. You need to keep Chef happy or your done. The cool thing is after each day you get a percentage score.
Summary: I truly hope to never have to visit Hell, but it sure was nice visiting Hell’s Kitchen. Gordon Ramsey is the chef you love to hate. Acidic, cruel, fast witted and downright mean, there is still something about him that makes you want to watch the show. It’s riveting actually. Now you can play as an aspiring chef, taking on various culinary challenges in your attempt to rise to the level of 5 star chef.
Excerpt: Yes, there is a Gordon Ramsay video game. That's right... video games and cooking shows are now THAT popular that the notorious foul-mouthed angry chef has his own game on a DS near you. Remember 'Can't Cook Won't Cook' on the Gameboy Advance? How about 'Ready Steady Cook' on the Playstation? Delia Smith's classic SNES outing? No...these games didn't exist. This one does.
A grown up version of diner dash, with kitchen management thrown in
16 November 2008
Excerpt: A more grown up version of Diner Dash, this combines running both the dining room and the kitchen sides of a restaurant - all with Gordon Ramsey overseeing you. This game, consisting of you clicking where you want the waiter to go, or which foods you want prepared is based on an extremely simple concept and a very addictive one. The objective in career mode is to run the restaurant for a full night, before you get fired, switching between dining room and kitchen.
Conclusion: This game is great fun - with lots of recipies to unlock. Only thing i found slightly disappointing was that it only took me a few hours to complete it :(. Good fun game just wish it was a bit longer.