After visiting many different restaurants and opening her very own, Ginger signs up for the Chef of the Year contest. Can she win against the seven best chefs the world has to offer?
Again, we have plenty of wacky characters. Each one has worked their whole life as a chef while Ginger’s only started last year. You can imagine that she does feel out of place, but it’s played more for comedy than drama. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about any annoying whiney scenes about Ginger’s low self-esteem. Like I said, the chefs are insane in their own way and once again, Ginger is the only sane woman there.
The game play’s not that much different from the last game, except you’re serving judges and trying to get first place.
If you serve a few of them quickly enough you’ll get a special power up. You can also win trophies and new outfits for your character.
In each country you visit, you earn one outfit that increases your speed, one that increases the judge’s patience, and one that adds bonus points to every dish. After you complete each country, you get a recipe that you can print off.
In the final round, you have to complete a recipe before the only remaining opponent finishes.
It’s very funny and not a bad waste of time. I give it 9 out of 10, not a bad sequel.