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Wii Review - 'Iron Chef America: Supreme Cuisine'
15 August 2009
Summary: In Iron Chef America: Supreme Cuisine players battle through a series fast-paced and intense culinary challenges. Each victory advances players closer to a final showdown that will determine who will reign supreme as the next Iron Chef America.
Excerpt: Iron Chef America Supreme Cuisine is an interesting cooking game that feels a lot like Cooking Mama, but has a twist. Like the television show, the player competes against another cook trying to do the best dish for the judges. Pick your chef, dishes, and then make them to the best of your ability within a short time frame. After everything is prepared, then the dish has to be presented.
Summary: In the Iron Chef America TV show, a kitchen hums with activity as two elite teams chop, blend, and boil to create delicious dishes in order to outdo each other and win culinary supremacy. In Iron Chef America: Supreme Cusine, an animatronic ghoul locks you alone in a kitchen filled with faulty appliances.
Pros: Alton Brown delivers interesting facts
Cons: None of the appeal of the television show, Character avatars are ugly and poorly animated, Minigames are dull, Boiling liquid is hard