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Order Up! (preowned)

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Welcome to Port Abello, one of the most important locations on the culinary map. As the town’s newest upcoming, chef you have a lot to prove. After learning your trade in a local fast food joint, you decide to buy your own local diner. But being the proud owner of your own restaurant isn't your only goal. The Fortified Chef Competition is about to visit town and winning it would launch you to the centre of the culinary stage. On your journey you'll become master of all types of fare until you own your a World Class eating establishment. With the Wiimote in hand, you'll be taught every aspect of running a kitchen from burgers to chateaubriand using the Wii’s motion sensing technology to simulate cooking, with real kitchen tools like knives, wooden spoons, tongs, spatulas and more.

  • Fast, intuitive and highly addictive, the gameplay in Order Up! is fresh, creative and wholly original.
  • Craft dishes in a hectic kitchen, managing your stations (grill/griddle, range, cutting board and the hob) while also keeping an eye on your assistant chefs.
  • Rise through the ranks of the culinary world from fast-food to world-class restaurants while expanding your book of recipes and improving your equipment as you go.
  • Along your way to stardom, you will face demanding customers, discriminating food critics and at the pinnacle of your fame you will have to manage multiple eateries and create new, signature dishes all of your own design. Do you have what it takes to be the world’s greatest chef?