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Food Network Cook or Be Cooked
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Food Network Cook or Be Cooked is one of the most realistic cooking games I have ever played. Mory Thomas and Susie Fogelson are the hosts of this show. Oh wait, actually they host the video game. Which has been made to feel a lot like a show. Players have to follow the recipes to produce the food.
Excerpt: Listen, I gotta be real. I ain't no kind o' cook. I do eggs, I do toast, I do the microwave like most but, honestly, no kind of cook am I. But I have to say that my extremely limited cooking know-how may have went up a few IQ points thanks to Namco Bandai's new Food Network game, "Cook or Be...
Excerpt: As far as cooking games go, the Nintendo Wii has seen a number of genuinely fun titles. However, many of them are designed as weekend family diversions, with cartoonish visuals in trite “beat-the-clock” scenarios that only look like cooking.
Summary: Turn up the heat with Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked, the only video game developed with the Food Network Kitchens' Executive Chefs. Whether a novice cook or a master in the kitchen, you'll have fun, learn something new, and improve your cooking skills with Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked!
Excerpt: After DJ Hero and Rock Band , it’s only a matter of time before every skill imaginable has been made into a videogame in lieu of anyone actually learning how to do anything the old-fashioned way, with their own two hands. Case in point: the arcade-like kitchen simulator Cook Or Be Cooked!
Review: Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked (Nintendo Wii)
9 November 2009
Excerpt: There are lots of genres I’ve become known for at the “go-to” guy amongst my friends, fellow writers and audience. Shoot ’em Ups. 2-D fighters. Sega Saturn games. Tactical RPG’s. Cooking games. Wait. What was that last one? Cooking games?