Summary: i bought this game for my daughter and i tried to play it but it moves to fast and is really difficult to move things to where they need to go and you loose track of where the cursor is at it was more frustrating than it was fun kind of disapointed in it was hoping it would have been more like cake mania
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29 July 2011
Summary: Since I enjoyed Cake Mania: Bakers Challenge, I decided to get this and try it out, since it's pretty popular for casual gamers. I enjoyed it - it really challenges your speed in getting your orders served quick and satisfying your customers enough that they give a generous tip. You have a variety of customers, ranging to those who are impatient, those who eat really SLOW, those who make a lot of noise, and such.
Summary: I've never played this game on any other system than PSP. I've heard that the controllers are diffult for some. I find it challenging. Since finishing it I've played it over and over again. My only wish would be that Sony would make more games like this for their PSP system.
Summary: i thoroughly enjoyed this game. it took a few tries to get the hang of it but once i started to play i couldn't put it down. i like trying to beat my scores and get the expert level. there are also several hidden restaurants.
Summary: I got this game to go with my new PSP for Christmas. I've already played all of the PC Diner Dash games and I love them. I also have the DS version, which is also cool. This game is fun just like the PC games. My only problem is the controls. I find it difficult, especially when you have alot of customers. I've only played this once, so maybe I'll get used to it the longer I play it. But right now I find the controls a little difficult. Otherwise, it's a good game.