Why, you ask?
- Amazingly annoying Gordan Ramsey’s voice.
- No cooking involved. Just click and dragging on the screen.
- I probably clocked this game in under 5 hours. Short game play.
- The entire game involved using the touch screen solely.
- Probably master everything in 2 seconds. Gets boring after say 5 minutes.
- Overtly repetitive.
- The game felt like a 5 hour chore/routine instead of a game.
- Gordan Ramsey is a sell-out.
- Gordan Ramsay’s got bull dog face.
The only thing that was applaudable was probably the recipes you can unlock after each level. Even than the recipes were stupid and impossible to replicate anyway.
Interesting concept. Any games with music piques my interest. Naturally I was drawn to this game and had to try it out. Initially playing this game, there were quite a few interesting mini games. A handful of soothing songs to play with. The quiz was challenging but fun when you play multiplayer.
After playing it a couple of times, I was a little disappointed how I was stuck so very quickly. No new songs/mini games were unlock after a couple of tries. Apparently after watching some videos; there are more ways to play this game than mindlessly shaking the remote and nunchuck.
I have since been trying a few tricks and trickery to play this game. However my patience has been running low and it seems like this game is going no where. Out of the 50 songs as claimed this game has I only probably had a chance to play the 10-15 or so songs.
- Fun level focused cooking.
- A variety of food to cook but all very similar motion control.
- Once you get the hang of the control; everything else were relatively simple yet addictive.
- Surprisingly no annoying music/voice.
- Shooting the newpaper game got a little old after the 5th time. Variety of shooting would be better instead of the same one in every stage.
- In total, there were only 4 restaurant to play. I had hope for more variety.
- No replay value.
- The game build up into an anti-climax ending.
- Flicking rats mini game was a little difficult to maneuver around. Flicking didn’t work for me.
I clocked this game in under 5 hours. Honestly speaking, I think this is an absolutely fun game to play with. However, I did wish for more variety in terms of cuisines, mini games & longer gameplay.
Towards the end, I was secretly wishing it would have lasted longer and when the credits started to roll up I was defeated with disappointment. That shows how much I thoroughly loved the game and was enjoying a good time playing it and hoping it would last forever.
Concept was fantastic. Painting the city with colours was honestly a very refreshing experience. The multiplayers mode were addictive. The graphics were simple, loads fast and fairly easy on the eyes. The music were great and they really blend well with the game.
My only complaint and my biggest problem with this game were the motion control! They sucked pretty bad, making it almost impossible at times to make mistakes. Difficult to handle and definitely hard to maneuver. Le garçon agreed with me on this too.
In short, it would have been a fantastic game with better controls. Everything else were perfect!
- Very similar game play with its predecessor in terms of simple control and handling for the game. Simplicity at its best. (L + R + O)
- Fantastic variety of mini games. Especially love the beating things that pop out ones.
- Finally MuiMui house made sense to me and I was dying to build the house to completion. Right now after hours and hours of playing and unlocking special items I am about 97% done.
- More challenging levels especially with the bosses.
- Still packed with the adorable unchanged characters and expanded the list of cute/soothing music.
I definitely thoroughly enjoyed this game. Very refreshing and addictive. In total, I would have spent more than 24 hours in this game and there are things yet to unlock and to explore. At times, this game was a little too frustrating and BS to play but rest assure with a little patience and time out, nothing was unsolvable.
- Cute characters + beautiful color combination + catchy songs. (Loved it!)
- As stages progress, it gets more time consuming which is good for as time killer.
- Very addictive.
- Easy unique controls, just three buttons. L+R+O.
- No delay or lag while loading.
- No bullshit policy. Everything was fairly easy to navigate/understand.
- Finished this game in one and a half week. (hope it would be longer though)
- Some stages can be impossible & frustrating at times. (almost smashed the psp many times)
- I don’t understand the loco roco house concept though. It was kinda bullshit.
- Mini games were either impossible/hard to grasp.
- No multiplayer option.
Overall, I love this game and I am playing Loco Roco 2 right now. The first one is still heaps better than the second one. Visit their website here.
Previously, I was addicted to DJ Max Portable 2 that was until I discovered the emotional sense version that is also known as the Clazziquai edition. This game version features their latest mini album and Flea was the opening song for this game.
This game has many mode that includes 2b, 46, 46fx, 5b, 6b and 8b mode. Definitely more better songs than Portable 2 and has many unique stuff to unlock including music videos, wallpapers, avatars, effectors (auto 5x is awesome!!) and such. You can also play this in arcade mode instead of just game mode.
I even went out of my way to locate and download the entire album that featured all the songs in this game. One of my many favorite songs besides of Clazziquai’s is Play the Future and Mutu.
Complete with Korean r’n'b, hip hop and rap!!
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