Hyperbolic, abrasive celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay brings his trademark verbal abuse -- but thankfully none of the show's moronic contestants -- to the videogame adaptation of "Hell's Kitchen."
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On "Hell's Kitchen," a New York strip steak leads the ladies' team to victory, while on "Top Chef," prepping Latin meals makes losers out of chef-testants.
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