Overcooked! All You Can Eat Review (PlayStation 5)
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. For the first time ever, online multiplayer has been fully integrated into Overcooked! Revisit your favorite kitchens from the first game in stunning 4K and ONLINE!
- Cutesy Chunky graphics.
- 6.88GB download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- Dyslexia friendly font.
- Can share a gamepad for Co-op play.
- Text size-small, medium, and large.
- Over 60 chefs! Purely cosmetic but man that’s a lot of chefs.
- Two modes-campaign and arcade.
- Has co-op and vs modes.
- Online and offline support.
- Online-private or public.
- 29 stages to play across.
- 2-4 players.
- Fast loading times.
- Gameplay-fulfill orders by cutting and cooking ingredients for food orders and serve them.
- All levels are timed.
- Contains both Overcooked and Overcooked 2.
- Extra trimmings-all released DLC for both games.
- The campaign has 3 choices-Overcooked, Overcooked 2, or extra trimmings (pick a DLC).
- 12 DLC packs included-Surf n turf, Kevin’s Christmas cracker, Chinese New year, Carnival of Chaos, Night of the hangry horde, campfire cook-off, winter wonderland, spring festival, suns out buns out, the ever peckish rises, festive seasoning, and the lost morsel.
- Assist mode-more time and relaxed rules.
- 3 save slots per game.
- The initial tutorial runs on each game.
- Fast-paced action.
- Orders will show up and you have to make and serve the orders as fast as possible.
- Best played with a group of friends.
- Simple control scheme.
- In single-player, you can hotswap between chefs.
- Uses the vibration and controller speaker to warn of time running out.
- Can use emotes in-game and in the lobby.
- Over map where you can freely drive the bus around and choose levels.
- Can replay levels.
- The campaign has 3 modes-story modes, practice and survival.
- Earn stars from level performance to unlock new levels and rewards.
- A lot of fun.
- Feels a bit overwhelming at first and has you not knowing what to do first.
- Not as fun in solo play.
- Assist mode disables certain trophies.
- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 9/109/10
- Fun Factor - 9/109/10
I always thought Overcooked 2 was the pinnacle of cuisine multiplayer gaming I was wrong. For Overcooked All You Can Eat is the defacto culinary madness simulator that everyone needs! It’s a collection of both games, all DLC and a sprinkle of little extras. It’s such a complete little package that is just an absolute blast to play. The age-old issue of single-player is boring and stressful is still there but you have full online co-op and versus here that it’s never been easier to chef up and make some food! Overall for me, this is the best multiplayer on Playstation 5 and I can’t see that changing anytime soon.