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Themes: PartySimulationStrategyCoopLocal MultiplayerLocal-coopMultiplayerOnline Co-opSingle-player Indie
Developer: Ghost Town Games
Content Rating: Everyone
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!
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Gamer Reviews563 Reviews
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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Critic Reviews28 Reviews
Since its release in 2016, there hasn’t been a party I’ve gone to where I haven’t suggested we dust off Overcooked. Now that Overcooked 2 is released, I can’t wait to play this version with all my friends. Players will recognise its familiar chefs and recipes, but are sure to enjoy all of the brand new features its sequel has to offer.
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.)
It’s obvious how much rage-tinted joy can be conjured from out Ghost Town Games’ quirky set-up of cooking up meals, together with a sprinkling of simulation-style managing of one’s kitchen workspace. And when it comes to reinforcing the communicative and reactive side to co-operative play, Overcooked 2 is — like its predecessor — a welcome reminder that co-op can instill depth in its mechanics.