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Hells Kitchen (Nintendo DS)
- Just like the contestants on the TV show, players must master all aspects of cooking: preparation, cooking and service
- Chef Ramsay watches your every move and judges you as you progress - yelling, praising or shutting down the kitchen if your skills dont meet his expectations
- As you progress, youll gain access to authentic Gordon Ramsay recipes, including many that are exclusive to game owners
- In Career Mode, earn your stars to build your way up from a Single Star restaurant to a prestigio Five Star establishment. Then, continue to advance through seven more restaurant ranks. As your Star Rating advances, the recipes become more intricate
- In Arcade Mode, concentrate your efforts solely on food preparation and cooking. The pressure builds as customers become increasingly more demanding.
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- Platform: Nintendo DS
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Platform: Nintendo DS
Do you have what it takes to be a "Five-Star" chef? Hell's Kitchen is a TV phenomenon featuring world-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay putting aspiring chefs through rigorous culinary tests. The game recreates the show's pressure-cooker atmosphere as you complete a series of kitchen and dining room challenges. Fulfilling an order requires three important phases - preparation, cooking and service, all of which you must master to progress. Prepare ingredients, cook them to the correct quality and get food out of the kitchen on time. Each complete meal is scored by Chef Gordon Ramsay to make the kitchen boot camp experience come alive.
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Top Customer Reviews
it's all about getting your timing right, something i mucked up on a few occassions, which was fun, cos it got gordon shouting and swearing at me!!
basic game, seat customers, take orders, make orders, serve orders, clean up... it's not always in that order though! the more you progress, the more you have to multi task and juggle your time, to make sure that everything goes smoothly, just like in a real kitchen.
get it right and you get a 100% reward, get it wrong and Gordon takes over and fixes your mistakes.
graphics are pretty basic, and although you unlock new recipes as you go, and are shown these before you cook, you don't actually re-create these recipes step by step. it's a case of touching a mixing bowl of a certain colour, it mixes itself, and then you add each colour stated on screen to the pan, and it cooks itself. take it off the heat once cooked and serve.
the first levels start with a couple of colours of mixing bowl, and as you progress the levels, more colours are added, up to 6 colours.
this can get rather tedious after a while, as it's the same thing over and over again. i did begin to get bored with it, but persevered and finished it, like i said, in around 6 hours.
probably a game more aimed at the kids, who may take longer to complete it.
I wouldn't recommend this game to everyone. There is not much to the game, its very repetitive and the graphics aren't the best, but its VERY VERY addictive. Chef Ramsay is constantly on your back all the way though the levels. The game tests your timing and coordination skills.
The recipes you unlock are great and I cant wait to try these out.
So my advice for anyone thinking of buying this game is, don't get your hopes too high and don't expect too much.
The graphics aren't brilliant and the music seems to go wrong in places (could be my DS though), it sounded like a record has stuck.
It is a good test of your ability to multi-task. I have almost completed this game, and I only started it a week ago, I feel that I could have completed it in one sitting within a few hours.
I would not have paid full price for this, but if you can get it cheaper/ secondhand, I do recommend it.
For each level you complete you unlock a real recipe in the recipe book. Many dishes are unusual and I am not tempted to make. Also, I received a US Edition of the game, which means some of the terminology and ingredients are American; the first recipe I looked at was the cheesecake which calls for Graham Crackers and a 'stick of butter' for the base.
Would recommend you avoid unless you can pick up cheap
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got this so cheap! I didn't even know this DS game existed!Published 7 months ago by Sharon Golding
my friend and l thoroughlly enjoy this and the best thing is we shout at it and gordon cannot shout back at us!Published on 1 July 2014 by house elf
It's really too easy to play which makes it boring. I want a challenge when I play video games but I did not get that with this.Published on 22 April 2014 by James Klonowski
My son loved it. exactly what he wanted and a good price. Just what he wanted will spend hours with it.Published on 5 Sept. 2013 by Bardy
good game! recommend it to everyone and is funny how you got the chef shouting at you like in real life!Published on 10 Aug. 2013 by Ana