Fake game Friday: Cooking Chief: Cook Off - destructoid

Fake game Friday: Cooking Chief: Cook Off

10:27 AM on 10.19.2007

Anthony Burch

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This week's fake game, conceptualized and Photoshopped by forumite ToiletDuck, combines two gaming franchises which -- let's face it -- are more or less made for each other.

Cooking Chief: Cook Off, available for the Wii60, combines the slam-bang action of Halo with the slam-bang cookery of Cooking Mama, with potentially incredible results. Says ToiletDuck:

Finish the plate.

So, you've saved the world, now what? Feed the Earth!

Join Master Ch(i)ef and friends while cooking some of the finest foods from around the planet! Impress the Arbiter with a Hot Dog, amaze Cortana with a spicy Taco, floor the Sargent with some chocolate covered waffles, and even eliminate the Truth with poisoned Sushi!

Features:

  1. Up to 4 player co-op on SplitScreen or online with Wii60 Life!
  2. Full motion control on the glorious Wii60 controller!
  3. Over 40 challenging food creations!
  4. Out cook 10 of the Chief's friends!

Be sure to check out the full version of ToiletDuck's Photoshop below, and don't hesitate to hit the official FGF thread and drop your own idea and/or Photoshop. Anyway, what do you think of the Duck's idea? Would you buy it?


PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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