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Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked – Gameplay

Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked – Gameplay

by Bradley DeLorenzoSeptember 23, 2009

NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. today released new gameplay footage for Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked, an exciting new way of experiencing the world of cooking for Wii™. The video offers a sampling of cooking techniques and delicious recipes that will tantalize a player’s skills and taste buds.

With inviting introductory lessons for the novice cook or for “foodies” who want to put their gastronomic skills to the test, Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked will provide everyone with the proper instructions to become a star chef no matter the experience level. Designed in collaboration with the executive chefs of the Food Network Kitchens to ensure authenticity, Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked is a fun and entertaining game that can improve a player’s cooking skills. Utilizing the Wii™ motion control capabilities, players will learn as they play through fun and delicious recipe challenges that range from breakfast to family dinners.

Players looking to stir up the pot can grab a few friends and have a cook off – or work together to perfect their meals. Food Network experts Susie Fogelson and Mory Thomas will also help players hone their cooking skills by offering tips, instruction and feedback.

• Real instruction – Game is designed with Food Network Kitchens consulting to
ensure authenticity
• Real recipes – Includes 30+ recipes that you can take into your kitchen
• Multiplayer – All recipes can be played in cooperative and competitive modes
• Motion control – Both Wii Remote™ and Nunchuk™ are used to simulate a wide
variety of kitchen utensils and appliances

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