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Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 is a great sequel with tonnes more content, food and mechanics to master. I always felt the original game didn’t receive as much love as it should have, as to me it was a hidden gem that a lot of people never knew existed. As such, I really hope people jump in and try out Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 for it’s fun, frantic solo and cooperative action as you aim to cook and serve delicious food to the very impatient customers. The only downside is that it takes a while to master the controls, but once you do – you’ll become an unstoppable Executive Chef
undefined.Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! caught my interest with its presentation and gradually won me over with a surprisingly comprehensive and diverse set of levels that are challenging without being unfair. If you can ride out an initial hump of stress in learning how to play, then much like leaving work at the end of a long shift, you'll find a strong sense of satisfaction cooking and serving delicious digital food.
When I started playing Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! I first thought that the game was too hard, but the more I played, the more the gameplay mechanics and the overall cycle started to click with me.
A deliciously compulsive simulation of a busy restaurant which tests your mental agility and finger dexterity to the full. Humourous presentation and the couch co-op are the icing on the cake.
A fun game to play overall, especially when played in short bursts. There is a lot of content to explore, a wide variety of game mechanics to master, and plenty of replayability offered.
A more intense and expanded game than the original, and better in almost every way. Worth picking up over the original. However lack of meaningful progression gets in its way, but still fun.
Take one carefully selected restaurant management sim and age for 60 hours of gameplay. Rub a spoonful of local co-op (difficult to get a hold of these days) and spread across hundreds of levels. Fry until it brings a golden smile to your face, and garnish with a dash of stress frenetic frying fossicking and serve with colourful visuals and a flavourful 1080p/60fps jus. Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! serves up another slice of excellent fun that, although not especially deep, will certainly keep you coming back for more. Please pass these compliments to the chef.
Cook, Serve, Delicious 2!! feels like a step backwards when compared to the first game. A lot of features are missing and those that have been added aren't enough to make up for them. Save your money and buy Cook, Serve, Delicious!