Summary: Let me start with a story; A long time ago, back when WafflesTM was just a wee lad, he had a grand total of ten dollars and fifty cents. Being the spendthrift little boy as he was, he ventured into the local Walmart store to find a jolly old game to play on his parents computer.
Summary: There's a bit of a learning curve, but if you consult internet walkthroughs it don't take long to grasp the game. It's a management time killer like Sim City, the hours roll by unnoticed while you play. Well worth the low price.
Summary: Got this as part of a bundle with 5 other games for 3 bucks. This game is unique in that as a tycoon game it actually has a story that doesn't just seem jammed in there because they have to, it's there to actually show you the game. The menu system is pretty in depth.
Kira "A brand new wife, two kitten children, and a whole lot of thoughts.", Amazon
24 October 2012
Summary: This game is very addicting. It's challenging, and the storyline is fun. The graphics could be better, but overall, I really love this game. I'd say it's a lot like the Sims, but it's The Sims with a purpose!
Summary: I purchased this game, and it's really a great deal for a fun and challenging simulation/management game. No complaints worked well on my PC and I'll admit had a few addicting nights playing it. If you enjoy micro-management style simulation games, this is definitely a good buy.
Summary: When I saw RE2 was coming out, I was really excited, because I loved the original restaurant empire. Was slightly confused by the choice of new cuisine types (german, dessert house, coffee house) - would have preferred indian, chinese or thai myself, and would have given better scope for new...
Conclusion: Soll wohl eher ein Erweiterungs-Pack sein (muss zugeben, auch dafür schon fast zuwenig Neues) Ich erkenne zwischen Restaurant Empire und Restaurant Emire sehr wenige Unterschiede. Aber die Idee, das man nun auch Künstler auftreten lassen kann, finde ich toll :)