Reviews and Problems with What´s cooking with Jamie Oliver
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Fun cooking game
7 December 2014
Summary: Really fun game that you can get for very cheap. (I paid $5 and am using it as a stocking stuffer for my daughter.) You can mix ingredients any way you want which is a feature you can't do in similar games like Cooking Mama.
Summary: Jamie Oliver is a well-known cook so I expected interesting and good recipes. NOT so. Some of them look really disgusting. I have the America's Test Kitchen module for my Nintendo DS and just love it. So this was a huge disappointment.
Summary: We tried some of his recipes, older interface not much multimedia there. They came out better than what we expected. Has some good recipes.But as a game, not that great. Things like pretend that you are cutting a banana.....Mix things in a bowel etc.
Summary: This product is less of a game and more of a hand-held cookbook. I started out in the Test Kitchen where you can practice making recipes. Each time you finish a recipe successfully, something is unlocked like a new kitchen, a new recipe or new items for your kitchen such as new ingredients, bowls,...
Summary: I love this game. I spent hours trying to make the brownies because I couldn't get the egg cracked or forgot to grease the pan. Once I got the hang of it, I was thrilled to get my rating. It was funny because I was thinking I could have gone into my own kitchen and made real brownies in less time.
Summary: Let's face it: you wouldn't buy this "game" as a game because (a) there's no element of competition except against a clock and (b) there's only so much game designers can do to mimic cooking techniques with a stylus.