Cooking Simulator to Arrive Early 2019 for PC, Will Probably Let You Mash Potatoes

If you’ve ever played Overcooked and wanted it to be more realistic, realistic enough to feel as if you’re Gordon Ramsay himself, then a new cooking simulator is heading to PC next year and it’s called Cooking Simulator.

From developer Wastelands- Interactive, Cooking Simulator has players getting down to business in the kitchen, allowing them to learn how to master the game through tutorials in a Cooking School mode. There’s also going to be a Career mode that will allow you to work towards becoming the best chef in the world.

Kitchens look realistic and are kitted out with various kitchenware to allow you to take advantage of over 120 ingredients to use in 60 different recipes. Players won’t just be in charge of preparing and cooking food, but they’ll also have to manage appliances and ensure measurements are correct.

A sandbox mode is also being introduced to Cooking Simulator allowing you to have creative control of your food so I guess scrambled garlic pancakes are on the menu. Apparently, you can even juggle some pots, cook in zero gravity, or make a tower of vegetables while on fire. On top of realistic physics, the game will be a single-player experience with the three game modes I’ve mentioned and will be available in six different languages.

You can watch a video below from last month. The title will be published by PlayWay who has recently seen Escape Doodland hit its Kickstarter goal.

Cooking Simulator is planned to launch on PC in early 2019.

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PC Version of Agony Will Have the Option to Remove Censorship

In a recent update to the Kickstarter page for upcoming horror-survival-murder-demon game Agony, developer PlayWay has addressed issues surrounding censorship of the game on both console platforms and PC. Developers reveal that some censorship was required to ensure that the game could be released on consoles, but the PC players will be able to remove that censorship via an optional patch if they so desire.

The game features some pretty hardcore violence and NSFW imagery, so it’s no surprise that developers would have to compromise in order to achieve an M-rating rather than the dreaded death sentence that is an AO-rating. If Agony were to receive an Adults Only (AO) rating, then it would never see a console release–drastically hurting the game’s chances of profitability and exposure to a mainstream audience. Considering the game is set in Hell, there is meaning and importance to its grotesque imagery that needs to be present in the game.

In regards to the patch, PlayWay stated:

We also want to confirm that we are preparing a special, optional patch for PC that will remove the aforementioned “censorship”. We would love to do something similar for consoles but from a technical and legal point of view it is simply not possible.

With that in mind, we decided that backers who have bought the console version of Agony will be able to convert it into a PC version. Details on how to do this will be provided soon in the next update, here on Kickstarter.

The developer promised that the full version of Agony will be “much heavier” than what we’ve seen of the game so far. Personally, I love dark and twisted stories and plots, and while it’s unfortunate that Agony‘s console version will have to see some compromises made for the sake of ensuring the game gets its full release, I’m sure that there will be plenty of horrible, day-ruining imagery to keep console players satisfied.

Agony is set to release March 30, 2018 on PS4, PC and Xbox One. You can check out the game’s full Kickstarter here. Although it’s completed and reached its goal, there’s still plenty of screenshots and information about the game to be found there. You can also preorder the game on Amazon here.

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