12 Hilarious Overcooked Reviews

Overcooked is series of popular cooperative games about frantically preparing food in a kitchen with your friends, and players have a love-hate relationship with it. If you’ve ever worked in a kitchen, or just watched Gordon Ramsey on TV, you might know that tensions can run high when cooking together.

Here are 12 funny Overcooked reviews that paint a vivid picture of the emotional rollercoaster of playing it with friends:

12 Hilarious Overcooked Reviews

Painfully Accurate Overcooked Reviews

The Relationship Test

It’s easy to fall behind or get into each other’s way in Overcooked, so you’ll see how you cooperate and communicate under stress!

If you’ve finished this game with your girlfriend and you haven’t broken up, I think it’s time to ask her to marry you. 🙂


A very fun and chaotic game to play with friends!. The friendship between me and my 3 friends grew stronger up until one of them thought it was a good idea to go after the 4th star in each level. We are no longer friends.


If you have a girlfriend/boyfriend, and you wanna break up with her/him but you don’t know what to say then this game is perfect for you



ruined more friendships than +4 cards in uno, monopoly, and blue shells combined


The Gordon Ramsey Experience

If you find Gordon Ramsey yelling at chefs funny, what about being part of that experience? Find out if you’re suited to the giving or receiving end…

I got this game and waited to play with a friend. Well, I would of never saw it going the way it did. My friend sucks at being a chef, so I had to become Gordon Ramsay and tell him how much of a disgrace he was to my kitchen. Under my guidance, and hundreds of insults later, I turned him into one of the greatest chefs you would ever want in your kitchen. I just hope he sees this and he remembers one thing, WHEN I TALK TO YOU, WHEN I GIVE YOU AN ORDER, YOU SAY, “YES CHEF!!”

—Eric Andrew

Top 3 phrases you will say during this game:

“I NEED A ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ PLATE”

7.5/10 – Gordon Ramsay


Useful phrases to use to communicate with your friends in this game:

  1. Don’t block the way. Move it, Grandpa
  2. Chuck that in the bin
  3. The steak is burning for goodness sake
  5. You surprised me, how ♥♥♥♥ you all are
  6. My gran could do better! And she’s dead!
  7. This chicken is so raw that it can still cross the effing road

10/10 Gordon Ramsay simulator


Playing this as a cook, with cooks….a lot of yelling but very fun.


Art Imitates Life

If Overcooked feels like a reflection of life, is that a good or bad sign?

This game made my husband turn into a crazed kitchen overlord as opposed to real life where he can set cereal on fire just by simply pouring it into a bowl.


Secrets to success:

  1. Launch game
  2. Set game up
  3. Put wife and kids infront of game
  4. Relax for 21 hours while they play
  5. 20 dollars well spent

Overcooked 2 is just a simulation of a student’s life:
The kitchen never has the utilities nor the ingridients that you need.
The food might have hit the floor, but we’re still using it.
What to make?
The dishes have never been done
Throw some food everywhere
Is that spaghetti on fire?
I dont have clean plates.
That spaghetti is on fire.


After a hard day’s work of getting yelled at for not washing the dishes fast enough I just looove to come back home open my laptop and then get yelled at for not washing the dishes fast enough.


Source: Steam reviews

The Low-down

If you’ve played Overcooked, you probably relate to a lot of these reviewer’s experiences.

If you haven’t played Overcooked, do these reviews make you want to play it or avoid it? It’s loads of fun, but it can also be stressful and chaotic.

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