Overcooked! 2 for Nintendo Switch
Switch

Overcooked! 2

Aug 7, 2018
8.57
playscore
Good
55th of 6050

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Ghost Town Games
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Overcooked returns with a brand-new helping of chaotic cooking action! Journey back to the Onion Kingdom and assemble your team of chefs in classic couch co-op or online play for up to four players. Hold onto your aprons… it’s time to save the world again!

Gamer Reviews

590 Reviews
9.08
whatoplay
0 review
NA
Jul 30, 2020

Love this game to play with friends and family. Yelling at each other to not burn the food and give them items, it a blast. This strategy game is in my top ten switch games for sure.

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Ronan Gilfillan

Ronan Gilfillan

Dec 23, 2020
8.50
Riccardo Emanuele Aimo
7.80
Lewis Sharman

Lewis Sharman

Jan 14, 2020
8.20

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

28 Reviews
8.07
8.50
Steven PetiteAug 07, 2018
Overcooked 2 serves up a great balance of hilarious chaos and strategy alongside meaningful improvements over its predecessor. The kitchens have more moving parts, the recipes are more varied, and the ability to throw ingredients fundamentally changes the arcade cooking formula. It’s still ideal when played on the couch with friends, but solo play is much improved, and online support adds versatility.
Sam LoveridgeAug 07, 2018
And that's because that's the way the game shines best. When you get to it, none of the annoyances really matter, more like a burnt corner of your toast that can be forgiven because the rest of the buttery bread is delicious. This is the same jolly madness you fell in love with from the first game, but with more creative levels, better graphics and more adorable little chefs. (But by god I wished I'd pre-ordered to get that unicorn skin.)
Mitchell PartonAug 07, 2018
Overcooked 2 is undoubtedly a sequel to the first game with new levels, characters, a slight visual upgrade and the addition of online. If you’ve already played the first game though, you may not have much of a reason outside of multiplayer feature-wise to pick up the second. If you just want more Overcooked though and aren’t expecting a revolution, you’ll be satisfied with the amount of new content.