Operation Corned Beef is a French film directed by Jean-Marie Pore, turned during the summer of 1990 and also released in movie theaters on February 6, 1991. 5th partnership between Jean-Marie Pore and Christian Keyboard, both co-authors from the scenario, the movie unites for the first time the stars Christian Behavior, Valerie Leerier and also Jean Reno, before the visitors.

Most of us, meat eaters, have the basics; Poultry, beef, pork, seafood. There are also meats that are not so common in all regions of the world, such as horse or kangaroo. But there is also the forbidden meat: human. In Cannibal Cuisine, you really are what you eat.

Now, most people disapprove of another person’s consumption, but do not hit him before trying him. In Cannibal Cuisine, the goal is to find other people, to track them, cook them and serve them. In terms of style and gameplay, it is reminiscent of overcooked.

There are, however, some significant differences. There are combat elements in the game, because you may need to fight for your life and food. The game also includes board game elements, such as different modes and competition objects. In some cases, cooking can be secondary or totally absent.

Some game modes require players to find human meat, cook with some other foods, then serve as a tribal leader for points. Aside from the detrimental representations of the cannibal tribal groups, the game is colorful and creative, adding environmental risks at each stage. In some modes of play, avoid dangers are the main objectives to survive your opponents.

Cannibal cuisine comes from Rocket Vulture, a small independent developer who already has some games to his credit. The game is already available on PC and Nintendo Switch, but will arrive at PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S on January 25th.


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