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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Jul 24, 2008.
^^wiirelease-1206^^Contributed by aligborat69
looks like the greates game in the world... oh wait, its just a tribute...
I've probably made the worst decision of my life - I've sold the Wii
i can confirm that it runs on a pal wii with wiikey 1.9s
patched it to pal and remove the update.
its a cooking mama clone
and?.....does it make you happy?
Order Up? More like Up Yours.
More typical Wii shitware.
I think everyone is too quick to label everything as shovelware. The two reviews up on gamerankings gave this a pretty good score.
^ Agreed. Order Up isn't SW. It rivals Cooking Mama IMO. Good representation of the genre.
Doesn't seem to play too well on a pal machine. Certain sections stutter alot.
^ Probably just a bad burn.
I don't like Cooking Mama so... I won't even try this.
No, its been reported elsewhere that it stutters on PAL.
Not sure that it's really that bad of an idea...not a diss to the Wii but seriously. I can't remember the last game that I played that made me think "Man, I'm glad I got a Wii."
Oh wait, yeah I do. It was Super Paper Mario. =/
The Wii hasn't been on in months, have I missed anything? I'm not here to troll but really....
wife likes the game, can't get hold of a wiimote in the last few days, so looks like a good one
My wife & I played this game for hours yesterday.... I really like it.
I don't know if calling it a Cooking Mama clone would be exactly right. In my opinion, I would say Order Up is better than C.M. in many ways.
Order does takes the Wii-mote food cooking aspect from C.M. (chopping, slicing, etc), but it takes it a step further by letting you purchase different types of restaurants (comfort food, italian, mexican, etc). You get received orders from the tables (ranging from 1 to 4 people), so unlike C.M, you can cook multiple meals at once. The faster you get the meals out, the bigger the tips, which gives you more $$$.
You can use the $$$ to hire helper chefs and upgrade your equipment. You can also buy secret recipes, and spices that you can add to your dishes during cooking to get bigger tips. The ultimate goal is to get each restaurant up to 5 star status. After your get 5 stars, a food critic comes, and you have to serve them perfect food to get a good review.
Also, every once in a while some rats will infest the kitchen, or the health inspector will stop by. These trigger a couple of mini-games. There is also a Delivery Guy who brings "fresh" ingrediants for the day. Any meals you sell that have the "fresh" ingrediant will get a bigger tip.
I would have been disappointed if Order Up had just straight up copied C.M. Overall, I am pleasantly surprised by how fun this game is, and I would recommend that folks give it a shot.
To fix the slowdown just press the Home button.
Better yet, I discovered that when you use the Gecko Freeloader thing on the Homebrew Channel it works like a charm for PAL users.
It's a bit late, but still I have to say this game is very cool indeed, it has a nice Ren & Stimpy cartoon style and the gameplay is just simply big fun...thia is what Cooking Mamma could have been.
Does anyone testet the game with trucha + vmc ..to fix the slow down problem?