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: I bought this game for my 50 year old daughter who likes to cook. She found it to be loads of fun, multi-faceted, and addictive. You really have to physically work hard to perform the tasks in creating the dishes. It is very well conceived and she is enjoying it.
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: My kids and I are great fans of Iron Chef so when my son found the game at the Navy Exchange, we bought it with great anticipation. Played it with much disappointment. I wish I had thought to check the reveiws because I would never have bought it other wise. It is boring, repetative and requires no skill or creativity. It don't recommend it for anyone. We've wasted our money and our time.