The popular casual game Order Up will be delivered to the Playstation 3 like a fine cooked meal on February 28th. Players will be able to perfect their cooking skills through with the Playstation Move or the Sixaxis controller.
Order Up will also come with new features such as stereoscopic 3D and competitive multiplayer.
All this talk of cooking with the Playstation Move is making me hungry…
- Critically acclaimed cooking game from UTV Ignition Games and SuperVillian Studios Announced for PlayStation®3 system and PlayStation®Move
- Order Up!! features:
- New restaurants, characters, and music, plus re-sampled audio, visuals, and full support of stereoscopic 3D.
- Split-screen co-op and competitive turn-based multiplayer for up to two players.
Marina Del Rey, Calif. – February 13, 2012
UTV Ignition Games, with SuperVillian Studios today announced that Order Up!! will be released for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system on February 28th, 2012.
Order Up!! on PS3™ is the first time the popular franchise will be released on the console. The game works with the PlayStation®Move motion controller, as well as the standard SIXAXIS™ wireless controller, utilizing the tilt features and dual analog sticks. Order Up!! also supports the 3D capabilities and 3D-enabled HDTVs. Players experience the dizzying life of a top-notch chef and restaurateur as they prepare all manners of exotic food, serve hordes of demanding patrons, and build their own restaurant empire from the ground up.
Whimsical humor offers a balance to the manic table-juggling gameplay. SIXAXIS™ wireless controller and PlayStation®Move motion controller compatibility.
“We believe that Order Up!! has a universal appeal that any gamer will enjoy playing, so it was only logical to bring it to the PlayStation 3,” said Lokesh Dhar, Global Publishing Head of UTV Ignition Games. “SuperVillian Studios listened closely to the fan feedback and have included new restaurants, features, and game improvements.”
Order Up!! will be available for PlayStation 3 system on February 28, 2012, for $29.99.
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