I have very picky eaters here at home. This game does not cater to that. Now, that being said, the idea and the game interaction is good. The recipes are presented with the listing of all the needed ingredients and supplies as opposed to just listing the recipe. I like this. When you go to make a desired recipe, it is nice that you can read through the directions and start wherever you please. Again, a nice feature. The voice is nice too... not robotic. There is a feature where you can "cross off" the ingredients you don't want so you don't have to so much as see any recipe with that item. That is a real plus! On the flip side, I would just prefer more "kid friendly" recipes. There are some pretty crazy ingredients... not always found at a local grocery store. This means that even if my kids were to be a little more "experimental" in the food department, the recipes would end up being pretty expensive. Would I purchase another recipe Personal Trainer. You bet I would! I am quite sure there will me more to follow. But before I do make that purchase, I would make sure it presents more recipes for those living in the real world and not going to upscale grocery stores. Don't get me wrong. There are plenty of easy recipes, with easy to find ingredients too. But it seems overwhelmed with the fancier stuff. I would like to see Personal Trainer do cards with just desserts, or just breads, just low calorie and/or cholesterol, etc. I can certainly see that happening in the next few months. My wish on this one is that I had waited until a used copy showed up at the store... you can find them now!
No: I don’t recommend this product