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About this game
Themes: ActionAdventureArcadeCasualPartySimulationHack and SlashCoopLocal-coopMultiplayerOnline Co-opSingle-player Indie
Developer: Rocket Vulture
Content Rating: Teen
The god Hoochooboo is hungry… for you. But as all good cannibal cooks know, serving is better than being served. Chop up vegetables, fruits and tourists and serve your divine delicacies in arcade style with up to 4 chefs!
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Although I’m not the biggest fan of online multiplayer, it is still something that feels like Cannibal Cuisine is missing. It would be interesting to see even just an online leadership board to compare your team to others online. Aside from that, there’s not too much to complain about. Cannibal Cuisine is a game I had my doubts about. Within a few levels, I was enjoying my time playing as long as players can swallow the idea of cannibalism for their next game night.
The design of the stages does no favors for the game’s controls either, and so you’re likely to spend a fair amount of time waiting to respawn or waiting for your teammates to slowly wind their way around obstacles. Cannibal Cuisine is worth a pick up if you’re looking for more Overcooked but with a twist. Just be prepared to pick a few human hairs out of this soup.
Cannibal Cuisine is an entertaining game and great fun if you’re of the right mindset, but its bugs spoil the party and the niche appeal leaves it difficult to recommend for widespread consumption. Not one for the family dinner table.