Hell's Kitchen (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Ubisoft Nintendo DS games
Description:Manufacturer: Ubisoft / Genre: Simulation / Release Date: 2008
Newest Review: ... kitchen the preparation of the ingredients, the cooking of the food and good service. Once you have played through the ... more
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Hells Kitchen (Nintendo DS)
Do you have what it takes to be a "Five - Star" chef? H ...
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Customer Hell's Kitchen (DS) Reviews (4)
by - written on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I love the show Hells Kitchen so when I came across the game for £5 in a sale I bought it. A chance to work for Gordon Ramsey, I couldn't miss that opportunity. I fancy myself as a bit of a little cooking god at home so now was the time to show the best in the business how its done. The game itself is very simplistic but provides a nice little challenge. Its not really a cooking based game at all. The game spreads itself between the dining room and the kitchen but you don't really do any cooking as such. People arrive in the dining room, you seat them, take their order and switch to the kitchen. You touch ingredients to prepare them and then put the right ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
I absolutely love Gordon Ramsey, I can't get enough of all his shows, have a collection of his books and was once fortunate enough to meet the cooking god, but for some reason I was quite sceptical of this game! I mean cooking and video games don't mix, Right? Wrong!! This game, although simplistic, is very addictive!! And to be honest, it is only very loosely based on cooking. The action is split between the Kitchen and the dining room - In the dining Room you have to seat diners, take their orders and clear their plates, and in the kitchen you have to click on pots to prepare them, and then cook them at a variety of start times so that they are all ready to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Hells Kitchen well what can I say I actually felt like I was there whilst playing it and that wasn't excatly a good thing all the time! The game is based on the tv show Hells Kitchen and as you will know if you have watched the show it can get pretty hot in the kitchen. The game is broken into the 3 essential parts of running a good kitchen the preparation of the ingredients, the cooking of the food and good service. Once you have played through the sequence Chef Ramsay marks you on how well you have done. Its best to play in arcade mode to start with before moving onto career mode in my opinion so you can practice your tecniques before setting up ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/08 (Very useful, 383 readings)
A more grown up version of Diner Dash, this combines running both the dining room and the kitchen sides of a restaurant - all with Gordon Ramsey overseeing you. This game, consisting of you clicking where you want the waiter to go, or which foods you want prepared is based on an extremely simple concept and a very addictive one. The objective in career mode is to run the restaurant for a full night, before you get fired, switching between dining room and kitchen. Each level becomes progressively harder (word of warning, when the oven becomes available remember to check if food needs to go in there I kept just doing the stovetop foods and forgot the oven ... Read the complete review
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