70%Average from 2 reviews
Madness in the kitchen returns, but is made less frustrating with more forgiving gating and scoring systems.
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. Unfortunately,...
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