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  • Summary: Create the best restaurant in the world by cooking up yummy dishes, making your customers happy, greeting them when they stop by, and keeping your restaurant squeaky clean in this vibrant and fast-paced restaurant simulation game for Nintendo DS and Wii. Keeping a top-quality restaurant takes a lot of work, and your waitress will need help-keep the place clean, make deliveries, ring up customers, and more. Also features three difficulty levels, over 10 additional cooking mini-games, and Free Mode to replay completed levels and try for the top score. Work against the clock to turn your restaurant into the best restaurant in the world. Beyond cooking minigames - Juggle making delicious food, keeping everything squeaky clean, greeting customers, and helping your waitress to improve your restaurant's popularity. Prepare yummy dishes including steaks, pasta, burgers, pizza and more! Take care of VIP customers who will push your service and cooking skills to the limit. Replay each level from Story Mode in Free Mode and challenge your high score. Unlock 11 fun cooking mini-games to further hone your skills. Three levels of difficulty for beginners and master chefs alike. [SouthPeak Interactive] Expand
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  1. It's fun, however at the end of the day, it's a little unfulfilling as the main gameplay becomes a tad repetitive.
  2. 65
    Fast Food Panic is sort of a Trauma Center game, which was actually a good title. Fast Food Panic is absolutely funny but unfortunately has a shortcoming: there's too less diversity. But the real question is if you're able to make fast food meals 'fast', or if you will panic and fail the mission? It's all up to you, how responsible!
  3. Fast Food Panic is a game without story and it does not challenge at all. Graphics and sound effects look and feel outdated. In my point of view, the only assets are the idea to make a fast food cooking game and the complete utilization of the Wii control options.
  4. Fast Food Panic will likely appeal more to young players than real cooks, as the skills aren’t terribly authentic and the gameplay is far too repetitive. At best, it is a short-term diversion for casual party game lovers.
  5. Saturated with control and gameplay issues, Fast Food Panic is junk food for your Wii.
  6. 45
    In short, if you're looking to get your culinary fix on Nintendo's console, you're better off looking toward Cooking Mama.
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