ESH | Overcooked 2 Review

Coop­er­a­tive games that require a lot of com­mu­ni­ca­tion seem like they are played best in per­son. This was the thought issued by the orig­i­nal order-delivering chef game Over­cooked. While this cer­tainly makes a lot of sense, it can be decep­tively hard to get the right peo­ple together to have a sat­is­fy­ing gam­ing ses­sion. Ghost Town Games looked to solve this by adding online play to their sequel, Over­cooked 2, but also man­aged to squeeze some sur­pris­ingly game-changing new fea­tures that makes for a sat­is­fy­ing return to the Onion Kingdom.


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ESH | ‘Overcooked’ Best to Filet with Friends

Cook­ing games that require mul­ti­task­ing are amongst the most addic­tive out there. Often includ­ing keep­ing a mil­lion things in your brain at once, it’s easy to wish you had some­one there to help out. This is the exact expe­ri­ence Over­cooked: Gourmet Edi­tion looks to offer. Sport­ing a hilar­i­ously wacky story and the most intense co-op game­play around, this is one you’ll want to check out and make sure to bring a friend.


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