Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?!
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Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! is as stressful and satisfying as searing the perfect sirloin.
Cook Serve Delicious 3 is a stressful, yet at times relaxing, cooking game. It is so close to being perfect that I can't wait to see what the next iteration brings
Cook, Serve, Delicious 3 is an excellent title. A few tweaks to the holding station mechanics could help the game feel a little more challenging, but even as it is, when you get towards the end, your fingers will be moving so fast that your brain will barely be able to keep up. And that madness is what the Cook, Serve, Delicious series is all about. If you’ve enjoyed the previous games, then Cook, Serve, Delicious 3 is a must-play. With a strange but entertaining story, new mechanics, new foods and more, it’s a delicious feast of challenging, foodie fun.
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! is the sort of game that you'll keep coming back to whenever you want a fix of frantic multiplayer fun.
This is as good as cooking games get. There is a breakneck flow and rhythm to everything players can do in this game that makes it a very nice simulation of how the food industry works behind the scenes and how tense every movement is in a professional food truck. This has the best parts of the previous Cook, Serve, Delicious titles and the addition of the tournament is the bombastic cherry on top.
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When all is said and done, Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! delivers a great addition to the series it continues. While it’s more structured approach may not be what some want, I felt that it is on the whole, a solid improvement. I’ll be listening to Whisk and Cleaver’s banter for many meals to come.
As with each title before it, Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! gave me that sense of accomplishment and satisfaction of a hard day's work in just a few minutes. For as frantic as things can get on screen, it still feels relaxing to me, being able to keep my mind focused on the task at hand. Who knew that cooking in a fake apocalypse is a good distraction from the real one?