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Video Game Review: Order Up!

For those who enjoy cooking and those just learning, Order Up!

For those who enjoy cooking and those just learning, Order Up!

Kayden Tatham

While many people enjoy cooking, Nintendo’s Order Up may be a fantastic game to learn to enjoy cooking for those who don’t really like to cook, but those who do like to cook will likely love it! 

This game was made by Supervillain Studios. The Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox, Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Portable are all platforms that Supervillain Studio creates video games for. Tim Campbell founded this video game, which was established in January 2004. 

On July 22, 2008, Nintendo released Order Up. It was made available on the PlayStation 3 and Nintendo 3DS, separately. Unfortunately, since the particular corporation creates a number of platforms but may only be played on two of them, there may be a conflict between individuals. Fortunately, the majority of folks own a PlayStation and/or a Nintendo Switch/3DS. 

It is a simulation, action game, and a building and management game. However, although the game is intended for players aged 14 and above, there shouldn’t be a problem for 10-year olds (or younger), since it’s a cooking game. 

Nintendo’s Order Up contains a culinary component that makes use of the 3D’s touchscreen, much like the Cooking Mama series. To ensure that several dishes are served to the customer on time, Order Up places a greater focus on speed, multitasking, and time management. Additionally, the game includes mini-games like dishwashing. The player of this video game assumes the role of a chef who has just arrived in Port Abello in the game. 

Although the player chooses to own his or her own diner, the game’s primary goal is not to make the player the proud owner of this establishment. A new culinary competition called the Fortified Chef Competition has arrived in town, and winning it will catapult the players’ characters to the forefront of the scene. 

This video game was published with IOS 11 and later discontinued with 32-bit programs; therefore it appears to have been rather popular between 2008-2017. In a 2012 review, a woman in her late 50s said, “On my grandson’s 3DS, he showed me this game and told me to give it a shot. Given that I love to cook for my family and husband, I quickly fell in love with the game and found it to be very easy for me. Everyone should play this game, in my opinion, particularly for those who enjoy cooking.” 

The MSRP (manufacturer’s suggested retail price) for the physical version of this game, which is also available through the XSEED Games online store, is $29.99. It is also available digitally for $19.99 on the Nintendo eShop. You can use your Nintendo eShop if you have an established Nintendo game and regrettably it most certainly features in-game purchases on other platforms. 

Nintendo’s Order Up video game may appear extremely dull, especially to people who dislike cooking, but since it’s digital, it doesn’t matter if you mess up. Simply try again! If more people downloaded and played this game after reading this, perhaps we can increase the popularity and user base. 

If you’re a person who enjoys cooking or wants to learn how, check out “Nintendo’s Order Up!” and see what recipes you can pull off!