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Experience the Chaos and Controversy of Hell's Kitchen in this PC Game

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Hells Kitchen Pc Game Full Version

Excellent game, sleek graphics, but very challenging in upper levels. Maybe its just me but I get so nervous when he starts yelling lol. There is a lot of back and forth between rooms and when youre in the kitchen preparing meals its very easy to forget to check the dining room for new customers. It would've been nice if the scenes rotated (ex: diff restaurants for diff levels). Overall a great game.

If you like scary games than this one is for you. Omg, I have played real shockers of games but NOTHING is as scary as Chef Ramsay on the rampage for your scalp lol :-).It's a TM / strategy game made beautifully realistic and very much like the TV show. Even though I wasn't in a real kitchen I found myself sweating. You have to seat guests, take their orders, cook the meals, serve meals, clear tables (this takes a bit of strategy as all meals for a table should be served at the same time with equal 5-star (preferably) quality. And if this alone wouldn't be stressful enough, you have to do all of this under the glaring eyes of Chef Gordon Ramsay. Mess up and you're in for a serious talking to. Do it right and he'll be "a very proud man" :-).The game is absolutely awesome and my only criticism would be that for me it's just not long enough. I could go on playing this forever.As a bonus you get the real recipes of the dishes you make and if you're really good, then Chef will let you unlock some extra special ones.

Experience the pressure cooker atmosphere of Hell's Kitchen as Gordon Ramsay puts you through a rigorous culinary boot camp of challenges! In order to get advantaged of playing Hell's Kitchen full unlimiteg game version you must register the game.

The game received mixed reviews, with it being praised for the enjoyment, but scolded for the reported poor controls and the short length.[2] Ludia conceived the game after the release of its video game version of 'The Price Is Right' and shortly after 'Hell's Kitchen' was released, it was followed by Ludia's next game, Where's Waldo? The Fantastic Journey.

There are two basic modes to Hell's Kitchen, Career and Arcade. In Career mode, the player builds their diner into a five-star, prestigious restaurant. As their rank increases, so do the star rating, recipes and difficulty. Career mode takes place over 36 days, in which the player can earn 5 unique ranks from Dishwasher, Apprentice, Junior Cook, Cook and Senior Chef. In levels the player is rated on a scale of 0-5 stars; if they get 0 stars, they lose the round and Ramsay exclaims "Do not touch another thing in this kitchen!"[3] The game mainly focuses on quality of food and is used to calm impatient customers. After completing each level, Ramsay awards the player with a free recipe from his own with 35 in total. The jobs completed in the game include cooking, serving, waiting and showing people to tables.[4]

After release, some players wanted a less tame "Hell's Kitchen" game and in response, Ludia released a limited "Uncensored" version for download and was only available until the finale of the show, in July 2008.[7]

Fans of the Hell's Kitchen television program will immediately recognize the stern chef whose frowning mug watches you at every moment during the game. Even if you've never seen the show, however, Hell's Kitchen serves up a challenging and unique experience. You manage the restaurant's floor and kitchen as you seat customers, take their orders, cook their meals, and clean tables after all is finished. Your goal isn't to satisfy customers and earn lots of cash, it's to appease the almighty Chef Ramsay and earn his approval. Quite a dramatic change of pace from the rather cutesy simulation games we're used to.

The visuals in Hell's Kitchen are great, and the dark atmosphere is yet another welcome departure from cheery, cartoonish games that dominate the genre. Characters are fluidly animated with some very exaggerated mannerisms. Repetition is the only real drawback in the game, as when it comes down to it Hell's Kitchen relies too much on switching between dining room and kitchen and doesn't bother to mix up the gameplay in either area too much.

i like the game i purchased the unsensored version of it. (if anyone thinking about paying the 19 bucks for the uncensored version... forget it. it is not any worse than the free version imo. there is an occasional f word but thats it.) all in all this is a great game. but after you finish it (in about an hour and a half) thats it move on and delete it. 1 major plus is that all recipe's are printable.. although i have yet to figure out how to unlock all the bonus ones in the game. if anyone knows please share the info

Why don't more time management games have animation this good? I just hate playing the rest b/c of the dumb visuals. This is pretty and I can pretend I can cook. I've scored 5 on all but the kitchen drill on day #29 which I sweart can't do better than 3. Where are the cheats?

To anwser Cyndi's question after an extensive search online i couldnt find the codes anywhere so i decided to disassemble the game myself to see what i could find and i found some pictures with three different colored cars and in the same folder three up close shots of the front license plates and on them were a couple of the codes the first on the blue car is jpmxkm and on the red car is gwsnpl and on the white car is jpmxkm again i really have no idea how to see these pictures in the game but hopefully this will help some.

i have finished the game and have some areas i could improve upon. i also found you cannot get a 5 star on day 14. ( tho somehow i saw a screen shot somewhere with all 5 stars. ) also when you put the codes in there is no longer ( atleast in the full version i have ) any way to email recipes. now your only option is to print. in this part of the game i was hoping it would all work properly BUT i found a few things that could be improved upon. first up it prints out in a crappy way you woulda thought woulda been more well planned so there wasnt so much wasted paper. ( which also made it more confusing to organize once printed ) also when you add the unlock codes on 1 recipe meatloaf it prints out in what i believe to be french ? and also the recipe " crab salad with marinated avacado, tomatoes, and olives " doesnt fully print out. i am sure there are other things which makes me want to go over the original recipes as well and i will soon.

FOX promised a Hell's Kitchen video game way back in April, right before this season's premiere, and it's finally arrived. Download to play for free, but FOX isn't stupid: Those willing to fork up $19.99 can get the "uncensored" version with "language not suitable for all audiences," otherwise the free version has just as many words bleeped out as on the show. At least to hear Gordo call you a "fucking donkey" will only cost a few bucks and not your dignity, like the HK contestants who've been ridiculed and shamed in front of millions. The gist of the game is to "conquer" 35 recipes while a 3D Ramsay puts on his act. The winner does not get to work at Gordon Ramsay at the London West Hollywood, but can work up from "a single star to a prestigious five star establishment." At least this time-suck is limited: It's only available until the season finale, but we can't figure out when that is exactly. Possible Spoiler: Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen Chef [ELA] Hell's Kitchen Game: The Ultimate Time Suck [ELA] Play HK [Official Site]

The good news (or bad news depending on how you see it) is that Ramsay doesn't swear at you. In fact, he doesn't say a great deal during the game until the end of the levels when he either congratulates or verbally abuses you. The game is beautifully presented, starting off in the restaurant where your customers arrive. You then have to take their order and then switch to the kitchen. Fortunately, you don't have to remember all the ingredients of the delicious dishes (the recipes for which you can print out) as it's all ready for you. The key is to balance juggling several tasks at once.

Today Ubisoft announced that it will publish Hell's Kitchen: The Video Game, for Wii, Nintendo DS, PC and Mac. Developed by Ludia, Hell's Kitchen: The Video Game is based on the U.S. hit FOX television program from Granada America featuring world-renowned Chef Gordon Ramsay. The game will allow players to experience the show's high-pressure kitchen and dining room challenges as a faithfully rendered 3D Chef Ramsay watches their every move. Read More

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The PlayStation and Sega Saturn versions were roughly criticized. Despite the fact that these versions are updated with texture mapped models, the graphics were still considered outdated compared to other games released around the same (namely Resident Evil). Its awkward controls, which weren't an issue years back on the PC but were then considered inconsistent and non-intuitive by most console players, didn't help either.




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