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Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked

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As far as cooking games go, the Nintendo Wii has seen a number of genuinely fun titles. However, many of them are designed as weekend family diversions, with cartoonish visuals in trite “beat-the-clock” scenarios that only look like cooking. Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked is a powerful brand license has the potential to raise the bar on cooking games, weaving authentic techniques... Read Review

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