Summary: This game is a little trying at first till you are able to figure out how to make the controls work with you. It is a little unsatisfying that you only see your actions, not the actual cooking like in many games of this type. You can chop, stir, blend, slice, but it is missing a bit of something when you are judged and scored, but never actually see the cooking process. It's almost as if the game should have actually been called Iron Chef Preperation.
Summary: Good game. We have spent many afternoons cooking with the Iron Chefs. Would like to have more than just two players, but still lots of fun. Always competitive to try to get the highest score. Does have limitations, but if you know that it is fun for Wii cooking.
Summary: This game looks like the hurried up and made it as fast as possible. THe characters mouths dont even move when they speak. The graphics are terrible and the game just isnt that challenging. If your looking for a cooking game i would say def not this one.
Pros: Nothing! unless you like wasting your time on stupid minigames while getting yelled at by the dynamic duo of the "Commisioner and Alton Brown", who tend to say the same thing once you've played one battle.
Cons: Repetitive Motions Boiling Repetitive Commentary Horrible Graphics Poor Gameplay Stupid Concept No Fun Worst "Minigame" game ever
Summary: My credentials: I'm a casual gamer, a graphic designer, and a home chef. My girlfriend and I bought this on a whim at Best Buy today because we thought it would be fun for both of us and we could do it together. 10 minutes into playing the game it became very clear that we had done everything that the game offered and we were right. It was the same boring thing over and over and over and over and over.