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  • Summary: Overcooked!, Overcooked! 2 and all additional content are blended together and remastered in this delicious definitive edition! Enjoy hundreds of levels of cooperative cooking chaos across increasingly perilous and obscure kitchens.
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  1. 80
    Here’s a disclaimer, if you’ve already got the first two Overcooked! games, do not get this. However, if you’re new to the series, then Overcooked! All You Can Eat is an absolute joy. The feeling of panicking your way around a kitchen with friends is incredible, and the chaos it brings is unrivalled. There are a few online issues at the moment though, but I’m scoring this assuming they’ll be fixed.
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  1. Mar 28, 2022
    10
    If you do not own the OVercooked series, this is a great way to have all the games and the DLC!
  2. Aug 19, 2021
    0
    long as you don't have the others, its good. I think some people have more nostalgia effects from the others then anything. controls are bestlong as you don't have the others, its good. I think some people have more nostalgia effects from the others then anything. controls are best describe as "clunky" Expand
  3. Aug 12, 2021
    0
    Don't buy this one big minus! This game is just gluing the first and second parts of the new only 7 levels. Management is completely killed inDon't buy this one big minus! This game is just gluing the first and second parts of the new only 7 levels. Management is completely killed in comparison with part 2, the feeling that you are playing for a disabled person who turned into jelly from **** FONTS are generally awful, sometimes small, sometimes HUGE, sometimes average, even a first grader who can only open a pin can make the menu and interface better than the developed ones. Expand
  4. Aug 12, 2021
    0
    This is just a spit in the face of Overcooked franchise's fans. They've ported OC1 levels to OC2, now they look a bit better but some of themThis is just a spit in the face of Overcooked franchise's fans. They've ported OC1 levels to OC2, now they look a bit better but some of them are just crap, when playing on those levels I prayed for them to end ASAP because they make me feel physical pain when looking at those ugly ass levels. Also imagine being an OC fan, having all the games in your library (OC1, OC2 and all DLCs) and then they ask you to buy all of that another time to get upcoming 'free' updates. Not so free huh? Expand
  5. Aug 12, 2021
    0
    After the second part of the OC, All You Can Eat feels viscous. If in the second part, because of the "ping", the host was all right, whileAfter the second part of the OC, All You Can Eat feels viscous. If in the second part, because of the "ping", the host was all right, while the connected person teleported all the time, then in All You Can Eat, God knows why now everything is pinged for the host. The controls became not responsive, it felt as if they had set stabilization from 30 frames to 60. This is all supported by a hard desynchronization, which, by the way, was also in the second part. A few words about the graphics: She became wretched. We wound up the filters, contrast, and as a result we have a tear-eyed soap that hurts to look at and wants to cry.
    While the free weekend is on, you can go through the first part, as I did. The price tag is so large that it would be extremely unreasonable to buy it. Yes, you will get all DLC. But what is the sense in it if you cannot be able to play the game with comfort.
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  6. Aug 18, 2021
    0
    DO NOT BUY THIS GAME
    Sounds like a nice idea to make a definitive edition of all overcook games, however...
    1. Usually owners of originals
    DO NOT BUY THIS GAME
    Sounds like a nice idea to make a definitive edition of all overcook games, however...
    1. Usually owners of originals get Definitive Editions for free, but this time devs offer us to buy the games we already have for another 60 AUD -_-
    2.This "Definitive Edition" is one of the most glitchy-buggy-crashy piece of software I have ever touched.
    3. All of the levels look so ugly now, cause they "increased resolution to 4k" by adding non-playable space all around the level, which made the playable area and characters twice smaller. Wow, who was the genius behind that idea?
    DO NOT BUY THIS GAME
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