Overcooked! All You Can Eat

by Aethyna
Sep 22, 2021 | 1 Votes | 31 Played | 0 Reviews Your vote
Overcooked! All You Can Eat 9 rate Overcooked! All You Can Eat is a compilation of two of the most popular cooking-themed co-op games by Team17, Overcooked and Overcooked 2. Not only does it contain these two games, it also includes all the DLCs available for the games and a few unique levels that are new to the series. Play Now Similar Games Played Post a Review

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Summary


Overcooked! All You Can Eat is a compilation of two of the most popular cooking-themed co-op games by Team17, Overcooked and Overcooked 2. Not only does it contain these two games, it also includes all the DLCs available for the games and a few unique levels that are new to the series. If you love playing hectic co-op games, this is one all-in-one-co-op-games-bundle that you simply mustn’t miss out on!

Plotline


There are different plotlines for different DLCs. For instance, in the first Overcooked, the goal is to travel back in time to hone your co-op cooking skills just so you can feed the Ever Peckish fast enough to satisfy it and prevent it from eating everything in its wake.

In the Overcooked sequel, the Onion King has accidentally dabbled in recipes that he shouldn’t and ended up causing the rise of the zombie bread. The goal here is to fix his mistake and squash the zombie horde!

Gameplay


Overcooked! All You Can Eat features the iconic hectic co-op gameplay that fans of the original and the sequel love. So, this also means that you can’t toss items in Overcooked and its associated DLCs, but you can do so – though you’d want to pray that your aim is true – in Overcooked 2 plus DLCs.

I’ve always been a huge fan of both the first and second games in the Overcooked series mainly because I find that despite being designed for co-op play, it has a pretty robust and equally hectic single-player mode too. It’s entirely possible to get up to three stars per level even if you’re playing the game solo but that’s only for certain levels. For others, getting a star or two isn’t too bad either despite being hell to play if you’re playing alone.

Now, what’s interesting about this new “repackaged” version of Overcooked is the addition of new features, including a new Assist mode, besides the existing Story Mode, Practice Mode, and Survival Mode, which reduces the gameplay pressure, allowing younger, more inexperienced children to enjoy the game along with their parents.

Of course, with all DLCs available here, you’ll also get every chef available from the start, minus a few that has special unlock requirements. There’s even a few cherries on top - Overcooked! All You Can Eat comes with 12 brand-new levels for you to play and a few new characters to play as!

However, the game has attracted a lot of hate from the series’ community of its most avid players and I can see why, especially if you’re looking from their point of view.

The biggest qualm about this “repackaged” version is the fact that you couldn’t play the game with your friends who owns only the original Overcooked, Overcooked 2, or both games separately. So, unless both you and your friend own this version of Overcooked, you can’t play together.

Another reason that made the game series’ fans so mad is that the most avid of them already owned both games and all DLCs. When this repackaged version came around, they are upset, feeling as though the publishers and the devs wanted them to re-buy the game just so they could access everything from a single game launch.

Of course, if you’ve already owned almost everything in Overcooked! All You Can Eat, albeit separately, you would be hard-pressed to spend some of your hard-earned money again on the same things, even with the new features and a few new levels.

The game is supposed to offer online co-op as well, much like the game “Unrailed!”, but for some reason, many players claim that this feature isn’t working for them. Steam’s Remote Play mode, which the game states that it supports, doesn’t seem to be working for some players too. Players have also reported bugs and glitches in this version of Overcooked, though personally, I hadn’t experienced any of that sort.

Community


Overcooked is one of the most celebrated, super hectic co-op games around, but unfortunately, many of its most ardent fans are very disappointed with this game release. That said, the game is supposed to allow single-players like me to be able to find other players to play with via its online co-op, but this new feature is rather spotty to be honest and it’s still best to play the game via couch co-op.

Graphics/ Sound


The 3D graphics in this game are adorably cartoonish and very colorful. Different DLCs also come with different themes, most of which celebrates the major holidays around the world like Christmas and Chinese New Year. The soundtrack also fits the game here. It’s quirky and upbeat, and when the timer has ticked down to the last minute, the music speeds up a few notches, setting the tone for that last-minute rush perfectly.

Conclusion


Personally, I can understand why fans, especially those who already purchased both games and all the DLCs, are very upset with Team17, but that doesn’t dismiss the fact that the Overcooked series has always been fun to play and this “All You Can Eat” version is the best way to experience everything the Overcooked series currently has to offer. Definitely a must-buy if you’re a huge fan of co-op games and want to experience the best games co-op has to offer!

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by Aethyna Sep 22, 2021
Overcooked! All You Can Eat is a compilation of two of the most popular cooking-themed co-op games by Team17, Overcooked and Overcooked 2. Not only does it contain these two games, it also includes all the DLCs available for the games and a few unique levels that are new to the series. Overcooked! All You Can Eat: Serving a dish DLCs in Overcooked! All You Can Eat Overcooked! All You Can Eat: Roasting carrots using a flamethrower Read More
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