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I make dumb art. And I play lots of games. And I add pretty pictures to my Favorites. New artwork every weekend and new blogs every day. But only if I feel like it. Enjoy.
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You know, I never really gave much thought to cooking games, especially ones on Steam, since Steam's got all of the main big releases like Counter Strike: Global Offensive or Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. But surprisingly enough, a cooking game on Steam managed to grab my attention.
That's right, it's the game called "Cook, Serve, Delicious." To be honest, I never really gave a frick about the game, since I just watched Yogscast Nilesy play it; his first episode, actually. But then I watched JackSepticEye play it, and then I thought, hmmm, looks interesting enough.
I haven't played any cooking games for like, a long time. The last cooking game I played was Papa's Pastaria, which I suck at horribly. I enjoyed all the other Papa's games except Wingeria, Burgeria and Pizzeria, and I never played the new game Donuteria, for some reason. Maybe it's because I've been playing more TF2 than I should lately.
I think the main concept of CSD isn't that original, but the gameplay is pexcellent. For each ingredient that you have to cook, you have to press keys in order to cook the food, and that is what makes it so interesting and frustrating and benefical all at the same time. You have to be careful to not press the wrong keys, or forget the meat in the burgers. (HERE'S LOOKIN' AT YOU, NILESY!) It's a great test of skill and patience, as well as a test to see how well you can handle pressure.
If you haven't bought the game, then you should. Only ten bucks on Steam for a game that will last you a very long time. Like a VERY long time.