Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! (that is the actual name of the game) was delayed but is now available for your restauranteering contentment. Or extreme frustration, you know, whichever emotion you feel when you have pressure on you to perform a series of cooking tasks. I love this kind of game, but as I wrote in my last post about it, I fear that my reflexes are too terrible to play this kind of game anymore.
The new version promises higher resolution graphics, local split-screen drop-in/drop-out co-op throughout the entirely new 60+ hour campaign. CSD! 2!! is also supposed to be more flexible in its difficulty, so maybe I could throw myself at it again.
If you would like to test your mettle, Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! is out on Windows, macOS, and Linux via Steam (as well as through the Humble store) for $13. A PlayStation 4 version is also in development.
Cook, Serve, Delicious! instantly lets me know that I’m old and can’t keep up with modern process-oriented games beyond Diner Dash. If you’re still young enough to keep up you can play the sequel on Steam for Windows on August 24th, although the game’s Steam page already has system requirements for Linux and macOS as well.
Did you watch The Katering Show’s first season when I linked to it, and then were too lazy to pirate season 2 when you found out that it was only on services that were either for pay or for Australians? Good news, the second “seasoning” of this “cooking” show is finally on YouTube.
Somehow I’ve never posted about The Katering Show, a comedy cooking show featuring a “…food intolerant and an intolerable foodie.” Lets remedy that and you can watch the entirety of their first season on YouTube.
The show is amazingly funny if you enjoy British or colonial-british humor.
Unless you’re in Australia and have access to iView, which I assume is a koala bear reenacting a show for you, season 2 of The Katering Show is only available in the US through a new (pay, with a free trial available) service called Fullscreen.