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Iron Chef America: Supreme Cuisine Latest News - DS

Game Description:Battle to rule TV's most competitive kitchen in this game based on Iron Chef America! Enter a faithful re-creation of Kitchen Stadium and compete against the Iron Chefs. Just like on the show, you won't know your secret ingredient until you enter the contest. The cook-offs are based on 15 themed ingredients that can produce hundreds of possible dishes. You'll move the DS Stylus furiously to fry, chop, mince, and stir as you create multiple dishes while the clock counts down. Then it's up to the judges to decide if your meal is mouth-watering enough to make you a master. You can also cook head-to-head against a friend. 
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  • Iron Chef America Wii/DS Trailer

    Watch Larger Version of this Video Somewhere deep inside of all of us lies the desire to create masterpieces of the finest culinary quality, to flambé and purée the most delectable ingredients into something of edible grandeur. Unfortunately, only a select few are ever able to rise to the ranks of chef superstardom, which...

    Posted March 17, 2008| 6 Comments

    Iron Chef America Wii/DS Trailer
  • Iron Chef America: Supreme Cuisine Trailer

    Posted: March 17, 2008

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