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  • Summary: Experience the world of restaurant cooking in a highly polished, realistic kitchen. Use ovens, gas stands, pots, pans, bowls and plates, everything you need. Prepare dozens of lifelike ingredients - from vegetables through fish to steaks and poultry - to cook over 60 real dishes, or anythingExperience the world of restaurant cooking in a highly polished, realistic kitchen. Use ovens, gas stands, pots, pans, bowls and plates, everything you need. Prepare dozens of lifelike ingredients - from vegetables through fish to steaks and poultry - to cook over 60 real dishes, or anything you like. This is your kitchen. You can do anything here. If you really don't want to, you don't even have to cook anything. Throw kitchen knives like darts. Set fire to cardboard boxes, cook a steak on them, and then save the day with a fire extinguisher. Build a tower out of pots and trays. Everything with real-life physics. However, if you'd rather be a cook, the same physics engine gives you unlimited opportunities. Cut some vegetables, put them in a pot and boil. Use a blender to make a soup. Bake a fish fillet, but remember not to burn it! See your ingredients transform with temperature. The kitchen experience awaits! Expand
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  1. May 19, 2020
    7
    The game has a good idea of Cooking, it captures the point and is pretty good for the price. Around 25 USD for the game, the massiveThe game has a good idea of Cooking, it captures the point and is pretty good for the price. Around 25 USD for the game, the massive difference from the switch version to the PC version is the huge downgrade of graphics and no DLC 's yet :( . The graphics are a thing that Nintendo cannot change since the switch doesn't have the power to keep up to Cooking Simulator graphics but the DLC 's are a thing Nintendo can add sooner or later. The playability is pretty good but you can get a bit stuck on the controls but overall is a nice game to download, play for 10-15 hours and un install. Expand
  2. May 18, 2021
    5
    While I think this is a fun idea, there are so many bugs that make the game hard to play. It seems like most of the time when I want toWhile I think this is a fun idea, there are so many bugs that make the game hard to play. It seems like most of the time when I want to transfer my cut up food to a pan or a pot for example, the food ends up just phasing right through it and only a few pieces actually made it into the container. Sometimes items will just completely disappear, which I suppose may not be a big deal if you can just buy the item again, but this happened with the mop...

    A pan that had some ingredients just decided to completely disappear and then I could no longer pick up any objects, so I had to start over, which was annoying since I was just about to finish an order. The frame rate also drops when you start cutting food into really small bits and it gets hard to do things like pouring the right amount of liquid into a pot.

    If food phasing through plates and items disappearing were fixed, I’d say this is a pretty good game, but there are just too many bugs and issues to enjoy the game for a long period of time.
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