Developed by Team 17, Overcooked! All You Can Eat is an online party game that features co-op. You can play Overcooked! All You Can Eat on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S. Boasting 4K and 60 FPS, Overcooked! All You Can Eat is a remastered version of Overcooked! with 200+ levels and 80+ chefs for you to indulge in.
If you already love Overcooked! or are simply looking for a fun party game to enjoy with your friends and family, get your knives and forks at the ready while we serve up a delicious Overcooked! All You Can Eat review to get tucked in to.
A Buffet of Games
Overcooked! All You Can Eat was initially released for PC and is essentially a remaster of Overcooked! and Overcooked 2!, plus all the DLCs. The overhaul added multiplayer to Overcooked! and cross-play for all games.
There are seven new kitchens and three eager chefs awaiting your instructions. However, at a price tag of $39.99 for PC gamers, is Overcooked! All You Can Eat really worth it?
If you already have the previous Overcooked! games, it’s probably not worth the investment. But, if you don’t own any of the Overcooked! games, it’s definitely worth indulging, simply because you get so much content in one juicy package.
Overcooked! All You Can Eat Gameplay
If you’ve played the first two Overcooked! games, you’ll soon realize that not much has changed in Overcooked! All You Can Eat. You can only throw in the second game onward, and the difficulty has been tweaked a little.
However, where things really begin to heat up is in the graphical detail. Overcooked! All You Can Eat and its included games look great in 4K. While it’s not the most graphically intense game to play on modern consoles, Overcooked! All You Can Eat looks pretty darn fabulous.
Accessibility is a hot topic, and so it should be. Being able to grant everyone access to play a game should be at the forefront of the developer’s priority list, and that’s exactly what Team 17 has done.
Overcooked! All You Can Eat introduces dyslexia-friendly text, allowing users to scale the size of the lettering across the UI. For players who are color blind, each character has a different shape underneath them rather than a colored circle. These are just small details that can totally change the game for those that rely on it.
In addition to the accessibility enhancements, Overcooked! All You Can Eat can be played in Assist Mode. Assist Mode grants more time to get orders out so you can enjoy a less intense experience. Overcooked! is a notoriously difficult game to play as a solo player, so this added feature really changes the dynamics.
Should You Get A New Dinner Set?
While Overcooked! All You Can Eat adds new functionality and a few new maps and chefs, I wouldn’t personally purchase it at full price if you’ve already experienced the previous games.
However, if you’re in search of a new fun game to play with family and friends, there are few games better than Overcooked! With over 200 missions, Overcooked! All You Can Eat offers hours of entertainment and is a solid casual co-op/party game.