Cannibal Cuisine

Cannibal Cuisine

Bought the game day 1,it’s now day 2 and i still have not been able to even play the game.currently i can get to the loading of the first level,after choosing characters,but the game locks up during the loading screen before the level,or during the cinematic.i’ve tried re-installing the game,verifying game files,re-installing again,running as admin,but nothing seems to work yet.i really enjoyed the overcooked! games,and my girlfriend and I play them alot,so it’s a pretty huge downer to not be able to play this game after buying it.i noticed today there was a small update for the game,but that hasn’t changed anything.

Real player with 10.2 hrs in game

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Definitely best overcooked-type game after Overcooked. (I’m a big overcooked fans, Full 3s Map)

Despite some little bug (dishes not delivered in order if same dishes appear / dashing knock wall / little movement bug / etc), it did not actually impact big on gameplay like what other negative review.

I would suggest some improvement needed in UI like:

  • display what item player grabbed as it quite hard to be notice

  • make the food icon bigger on campfire (also quite hard to differentiate when multiple ingredient are same color)

Real player with 8.2 hrs in game

Cannibal Cuisine on Steam



God, I love burger games. This is one of my favorite genres of VR games. I’ve never played a single 2d food simulator before, I would most likely fail as a restaurateur. These VR burger games… I love them very much. I want the zombie one, but it’s too expensive, so I have just have this at the moment. The gameplay is dead simple (which is what I need). You just make burgers and throw them at the NPC’s. I could handle this, if not for the fact that I become enraptured at images of cheese burgers, wherever I am. The image of a crafted cheeseburger (deluxe, preferably) is a symbol with almost religious significance to yours truly.

! Do our Japanese friends like cheeseburgers with just a single slice of tomato?

Real player with 14.3 hrs in game

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Cute cooking speed game that’s right up there with Counter Fight. The leaderboard is a nice touch. Hopefully, they’ll have unlockable content to increase replay value. It’s nice to have some vr graphics that aren’t cubes.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

OneManVurgeR on Steam

Dead Hungry

Dead Hungry

This game is hilarious and mighty fun! The goal is to feed hungry people that literally looks like zombies and turn them back to happy humans by satisfying their hunger. If they wait to long they will attack you and it’s game over :D. You can throw whatever you find to them to prolong the attack. The key to success is to act fast while preparing meals and keeping everything organized. New items will be unlocked by completing the level with 3 stars.

This game is a hidden gem and great for workout. The concept is unique and reminds me of the snickers commercials. Get it asap if you’re looking for some quick fun :)

Real player with 11.1 hrs in game

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Fast-paced humourous game where you throw food at zombies to satisfy them. Lots of different challenges, including levels where food cooks (and burns) twice as fast, where you are missing an ingredient, and where monsters have certain traits (such as being on fire). It’s a very good physical workout, and it gets extremely difficult later in the game. Be prepared to retry often!

Graphics are mediocre, but that’s not a big deal. Many models look blocky and look like they have oil on them. I do not like the music at all.

Real player with 8.0 hrs in game

Dead Hungry on Steam

Mad Restaurant People

Mad Restaurant People

This game is fun and challenging at the same time.

The beginning starts “easy” but after the first levels you will see how stressfull the game can get.

Edit: I played through all of the levels, exept for the last two, which are in my opinion too hard to complete them.

Real player with 30.1 hrs in game

Hell mode may become pleasantly challenging and skill-demanding.

Real player with 29.3 hrs in game

Mad Restaurant People on Steam



This game is awesome! 8.9/10

Everything is accessible and interactive and you can easily lose a lot of time in the free play mode. Contrary to the other comments I like the gravity it kinda keeps me on my toes and makes the game more fun. I think the story is really cool of just being in a kitchen for a week, as well gives it a nice sense of realism besides the actual game itself. I think it is pretty insane the amount of equipment and food that was made for just one game as well. The attention to detail of all of the ingredients is really great and the design of the loft and kitchen is amazing. I also love the mini games within the game, it’s kind of like a few games in one. I also find the simple act of chopping and slicing and following the instructions for a recipe to be weirdly relaxing and almost meditative lol. Overall I think it’s got a lot of great stuff and I hope the dev keeps adding to it! An Itialian one would be pretty awesome too. Would love to make some pasta in VR! Money well spent, I could play this game for hours at a time, and intend to.

Real player with 9.7 hrs in game

Before I got VR I watched YouTube videos about this game. I thought it looked fun, and I thought people were being overly dramatic when they said they couldn’t get the recipes to work. I wish I had listened. This game is way overpriced. I thought it would be a great way to make real life dishes as well as cook up some weird concoctions. This games physics are really broken. Simple tasks become impossible to preform when ingredients explode randomly out of containers and disappear. One of the missions I can never get more than one star, when everything else I can get five stars. I know it’s not my computer. My new 1900.00 computer runs at 4.5 ghz has a nvidia 1080 graphics card, there’s no way it’s that. The graphics in the game are great. If you want a game to throw stuff around and look pretty, then sure buy this game, but I can’t recommend this game for this price as it stands right now. It has huge potential, but I’m not sure the developers are going to polish it out. The physics need severe work before they add anything else. I don’t think they will. If they had advertised this game as a gag cooking simulator then that would have been more accurate, but still way too expensive.

Real player with 3.8 hrs in game

ChefU on Steam

Counter Fight: Samurai Edition

Counter Fight: Samurai Edition

Best version of Counter fight so far with the original game were you run a ramen noodle shop in 2nd by a decent margin and the 3rd which ive never played but have seen alot of gameplay streams looks to be the weakest.

When i use a trainer to turn off customer timers I can really slow down and enjoy the game with my little own historic Japanese restaurant.

The normal game mode is good fun aswell and starts off slow then customers start to pile in while you try to complete orders of crazy Samurai that will throw crap at you if you dont serve them in a timely manner. Atleast in this version unlike the 1st you can pick up a sword and block incoming customer projectiles. This is very useful since when you run out of HP from getting hit by objects the game is over so you atleast have a way to keep going after failed orders.

Real player with 8.1 hrs in game

Small game, but pretty fun. Probably one of the better ‘minigame’ experiences out there currently imo.

Doesn’t have too much variety which makes replayability questionable. However, it is very fun for what it is, so if you just play it once in a while trying to beat your score, it’s pretty great.

There is an endless mode and a 5 minute mode. Both have their own global ranking leaderboards.

Music is basically what you hear in the trailer. It’s a perfect pace for the game, but it’s also the only track I think. (It’s alright though, given that this game is really only played in short bursts)

Real player with 6.4 hrs in game

Counter Fight: Samurai Edition on Steam

Retro Classix: Super BurgerTime

Retro Classix: Super BurgerTime

I love being able to play classic games from the past with all the unconstrained ability to feed coins in without loosing all my pocket money. Ladder mazes and angry food never saw it coming!

Real player with 5.5 hrs in game

I’m a big fan of many of the 80’s era classics and I’ve sunk hours of my life playing the original Burger Time at this point, but I always wanted more stages to play. Now, this one was in the arcades and I never had the chance to try it, but honestly, it’s not really Burger Time, but something that uses the general aesthetics.

SBT is… it’s chaos. Ruthless, distracting, quarter munching chaos. Gone is the methodical charm of the original and planning out your paths. SBT just throws overwhelming numbers of very random enemies that don’t necessarily even follow the food theme (hammers, vultures, lighters… huh?) alongside a metric ton of annoying opponents that are food, but have a way of cheesing you to death, instead of punishing you for planning a path badly. They respawn rapidly, tend to out pace you easily, and they can even make it borderline impossible to get out of your spawning position. Some stages remind me more of zombie swarms than anything else.

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

Retro Classix: Super BurgerTime on Steam

Battle Chef Brigade Deluxe

Battle Chef Brigade Deluxe

“…no one is born a great cook, one learns by doing.”

~Julia Child

Let’s admit it, the times when mixing tile-matching puzzles with RPG elements felt fresh and cool are long gone. Not only it’s hard to surprise people with yet another “Puzzle Quest”, when you see something like that today? It’s like “Good grief, not another one…”. Battle Chef Brigade, though? Let’s just say that this game is special. Very, very special. But I’m getting ahead of myself.

Real player with 24.5 hrs in game

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I like this game because it is different form any other game I played. You get to play with different characters and each one has their own story, but they are all part of the main story of the game. I like the combat of the game when you go on adventures looking for ingredients and fighting all kinds of monster to get them all. You also get to choose your equipment for your character and each one has different things that makes your character better. The cooking and how you cook is different and I found it cool how they use a match-3 mini-game to make your dishes, so it is much different from how you do it in the Overcooked games which I also liked. I like finding all kinds of ingredients to cook different foods. The game graphics look really nice like a Disney anime mix and the food looks so good…but I would never eat it knowing where it comes from. I guess it makes sense in their world but it’s weird in real life.

Real player with 21.9 hrs in game

Battle Chef Brigade Deluxe on Steam

Kitchen Simulator 2015

Kitchen Simulator 2015

the entire game looks like those terrible 90’s compressed cgi full motion video things that play before you begin a game.

there are no options, period.

so the music is way too quiet, turning it up leads to excruciating beeps and boops that i guess serve as a notification. none of my actions made any noise.

graphics as i mentioned, are just awful. no options there either. chugs like a chungus. made in UNREAL engine.

Upon launch, you are greeted with a dreadful menu that has three things to click on. PLAY, TUTORIAL, QUIT. Even worse, they have those three things repeated right next to their english counterparts, now in russian. One of the worst UIs i have ever seen.

Real player with 8.8 hrs in game

Awesomeeee game once you get the hang of it and once you got the second spatula!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Need 30 Frames else it harder, found out the “Hard” way. GIVE IT A TRY :D

Yo GUYS…… why all the hate. Why not just post something helpful. Like say what you dont like and what you think could be changed… would’nt that be more helpful for everyone???

Real player with 5.5 hrs in game

Kitchen Simulator 2015 on Steam



Lovin It, But On What Day Do I Unlock AirSoftFattys Meat Salad Recipe?

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

A really fun community experience that has the chaotic flavor of the Cook, Serve, Delicious series combined with the feeling of victory that only true teamwork can bring. The theme song is incredible and is worth launching the game just to listen to.

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

ChefSquad on Steam