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Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked! (Wii)

Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked! (Wii)
alaScore 79

7 reviews

Dec, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews of Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked! (Wii). The average rating for this product is 2.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked! (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 7 reviews)

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Expert review by: Shawn Vermette (snackbar-games.com)

Cook or be Cooked

 

Food Network has jumped aboard the Wii train with both feet, having quickly licensed out games based on a number of their top rated shows. Despite relatively good sales of a few of their games (mostly Iron Chef), most have been mediocre at best....

Recipes are good

Controls are iffy-waggling counts as just about every movement required; Graphics are low quality; Claims to have 30 recipes, but really has just 14 meals

Dec, 2009

Expert review by: T_Bell-Edwards (gamerevolution.com)

Food Network: Cook or be Cooked Review

 

This isn't what I ordered at all.

Interesting time-management mechanic; Momentarily satisfying

Repetitive mini-games; Annoying banter; Sparse content; Useless as a training tool

Nov, 2009

Expert review by: Shaun McInnis (au.gamespot.com)

Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked

 

Simple but rewarding motion controls make for an entertaining cooking experience, though the limited recipe selection will leave a sour taste in your mouth.

Uncomplicated motion controls work well ; Constant flow of helpful feedback ; Judges chip in with interesting information and suggestions

Only 12 meals to choose from ; Scoring system sometimes feels contrived

Nov, 2009

Expert review by: Alex Lucard (diehardgamefan.com)

Review: Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked (Nintendo Wii)

 

There are lots of genres I've become known for at the “go-to” guy amongst my friends, fellow writers and audience. Shoot ‘em Ups. 2-D fighters. Sega Saturn games. Tactical RPG's. Cooking games. Wait. What was that last one? Cooking games?

Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked is the latest in a long line of cooking related simulations. Although visually the game is the best cooking game out there, and you can actually see food cooking, the controls are rather spotty and the game is so easy...

Nov, 2009

Expert review by: Ryan Clements (videogames.yahoo.com)

Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked!

 

Enter the virtual kitchen to prepare some virtual grub.

Despite some additional visual glitches, Cook or Be Cooked is a fairly entertaining affair, especially if you have someone to play with. But my goodness, those judges are hard to please...

Oct, 2009

Expert review by: Yolanda (familyfriendlygaming.com)

Food Network Cook or Be Cooked

 

Family Friendly Gaming |

Expert review by: Christopher Brown (allgame.com)

Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked!

 

Aspiring culinary artists can turn their Wii Remote into a kitchen knife as they slice and dive their way through more than 30 real recipes in Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked! Players can learn how to prepare a wide range of meals, from simple breakfasts