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Cooking Fighter Hao
Developer(s) Nippon Ichi
Publisher(s) Nippon Ichi
Platform(s) PlayStation
Release date(s) JPN May 21, 1998
Genre(s) Action game
Mode(s) Single or Two-player

Cooking Fighter Hao (sometimes The Blazing Chef: Cooking Fighter Hao or simply Cooking Fighter) is an action game and one of the first games from developer Nippon Ichi. The fighting is done by cooking with several materials around the battlefield.[1]


Battles take place in an overhead screen, the characters being represented by super deformed characters. Each level has a type of animal (chicken, crab, etc) which must be beaten with a weapon and then turned into a meal. Vegetables are strewn across the battle field that can be thrown into the meat to create a different meal and different methods of cooking can be used, thus creating a wide variety of combinations. The winner is determined by who gets the most points after the meals are cooked.

Story Mode lets the player use Hao as he battles different chefs. Free Mode allows the player choose between eleven different chefs and a second player can join.[1]


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