Hell's Kitchen: The Videogame details
|Formats:||12 Wii, DS|
|Rental release:||07 Nov 2008|
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Hell's Kitchen: the videogameBy a customer from Pontyclun , 28 Dec 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]This game was very basic, very repetitive, too easy and a bit boring although having said that it was pretty addictive for some strange reason, completed it in a few hours and thats not like me as I am not the best of gamers, wouldn't recommend really.
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Hell's Kitchen: The VideogameBy wiigamer (531 reviews) from middlesbrough , 05 Feb 2012wii console (us version),wii loader (play uk games on us console).Game works-yes.
Another game added to my list of games that do work.
wicked funBy a customer , 06 May 2011Great fast paced fun for all i even learnt a thing or two about cooking couldnt put it down deffinalty recommend
Shud have added an adult option!!By SupaMarrio22 (40 reviews) from Liskeard , 03 Jun 2009Just completed and returned Hell's Kitchen for the Wii. Great fun to play!! It can be a bit repetitive, but if you like the programmes he does then you will probably liek it and feel the need to complete the game, as I did!!
The only thing I think that they should have added is an adult option, so that you could turn off the bleeping out of Gordon's blast at you when you're not pulling your weight!! That would mke it funnier!!
If you like his programmes then definitely worth a rent!!
Brief entertainment... Not much elseBy a customer from Preston , 06 May 2009For me this game wasn't challenging enough, I managed to practically finish the career mode after just a couple hours of playing it. (Spread over a few occasions)
It wasn't overly varied so didn't keep my interest for very long at a time.
It's a good game to train you to think about timings, and prioritising your tasks. Good entertainment in short bursts so worth renting just to try it out for a bit, but I personally wouldn't buy it because it doesn't offer long enough game play.
HmmmmBy tinynic (11 reviews) from Wishaw , 03 May 2009
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideTo be honest I don't know what I was expecting when I rented this... Forgetting that it was on the Wii I had expected it to be more involving than it was... The basic idea of the game is that you start off as a dishwasher in Ramsey's kitchen and work your way up by collecting stars to become a 'legendary chef'.
It starts and you only have a couple of tables and one course to make for the customers. You have to sit them down, take their order, make the food, serve it to them at their table, clear it up and repeat for as many courses as they order which depends on the level you're playing at.
Basically you're in charge of the whole place making sure everything is running smoothly and the customers have what they want within a decent time frame. It's all about dragging ingredients into bowls or pots or the oven or whatever and keeping them all timed to finish at around the same time... Front of house is very similar in that you're clicking on the customer or the table and the maitre di will just do whatever it is he has to do at the respective table you've clicked on.
As you can imagine it gets harder as the game progresses eventually leading to you having six tables of customers each wanting three courses... It does become very repetative but at the same time it is also very addictive and I found myself going back to the levels where I hadn't got the coveted five stars in order to get them.
One addition to the game I did like however was that you get a load of recipes from the man himself.
It's not a bad game to fill in your day off but I wouldn't expect more than that from it and I wouldn't buy it... Definately a rental title in my opinion.