OVER­COOKED 2

On­line mul­ti­player: it’s what’s for din­ner

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This kitchen is fully staffed and a pos­i­tive work en­vi­ron­ment. The ran­dom level se­lec­tion of ar­cade mode and the team-based ver­sus mode are likely where Over­cooked 2 will find much of its longevity… though we do find our­selves feel­ing side­lined as more ex­pe­ri­enced chefs take the wheel.

It’s prob­a­bly no sur­prise that Over­cooked 2 has a healthy pub­lic on­line lobby and we are paired up with plenty of sous chefs in no time. Per­haps thanks to the ex­clu­sively pos­i­tive emotes ham­string­ing mi­c­less com­mu­ni­ca­tion, ev­ery one of them was the po­lite pro­fes­sional you’d hope for, even in fail­ure. It won’t give you any bonuses to en­joy in solo or lo­cal mode but this is one tasty broth you’ll still want to get sec­onds and thirds of on­line.

VER­DICT

A clas­sic recipe only im­proved by on­line shenani­gans. Even if the head chef takes the lead, they’ll al­ways need a kitchen porter to wash dishes. Jess Kinghorn

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