Summary: Restaurant Empire is well-done all around. For some the incredible amount of detail may be overkill - for others it might not be enough: that's the curse of any simulation game when trying to cater to us picky tycoon freaks. The game has a campaign in which you can follow the story of a young chef learning the ropes of the business. There is also a free-build mode where you can setup your own Restaurant empire piece by piece.
Summary: First of all anyone who gave this game a bad review needs to open up there eyes and play it again. I loved this game! i would come home, throw my bag on the ground, run into my room and play. i would stop for dinner go back up and by the time mye eyes started to hurt it was already 10:30 (of course i didn't do my hw those days until like 12) ok so the story is... ur retired uncle owns a resteraunt. once he retired he shut down the buisness.
Summary: I spent 3 to 4 hours on this game STRAIGHT!! Then I took a 5 minute break and whent right back to the action. Some people say that sim games are complicated, not for me. If you like sim games this will be great for you. I don't sim games are complicated, some I just think are to boring. Not this one trust me. You get to enter food compitions all styles (if you play story mode) if you don't you get to run your own resturant! Get waiters make the food!! AWESOME!!
Summary: This is a pretty fun game to play. You can do so many things, and choose from a ton of different objects and foods. Here are the pros and cons: PROS: *The graphics are very good. They're not perfect, but they are pretty well done. *If you play the game for a little while, you can choose from so many different dishes, from the categories of breakfast, appetizers, soups, lunch, dinner and desserts.
Summary: I recently received this game and am happy to report that it was easy to install and is not very buggy. The last game I received (Casino Inc.) had lots of bugs, which just ruins the game playing experience. In Restaurant Empire you are given goals related to owning and operating a restaurant. The first few goals are relatively easy to meet, then they become more difficult. The Help system is WONDERFUL. I highly recommend that you take the tour. It helps a lot.
Becoming a successful restaurateur...at least in the game
I. Gutierrez "bookjanybunny", Amazon
23 February 2005
Summary: Ok, so this game isn't exactly new and I didn't just get it either. I'm merely late for writing this review as it took me a little while to really sit down for a while and warm up to it enough to really play it in a manner that allowed me to enjoy it. And enjoy it I did! This game is a lot of fun.
Summary: I bought the game after trying the demo, and to my surprise the it was more fun than I thought it would be. The Campaign mode gives the player goals that must be met within a certain time frame. If you fail, you can do the scenerio over with easier goals which is a plus. The worst part of the game is that it seems to take forever to setup and open a restaurant. But it is worth the time when that restaurant starts making money.
Summary: This is a pretty good game. If your expecting another roller coaster tycoon, you'll get a surprise. This game is much different. It's more realistic than stuff like that. For instance, you are paying your employees more like a thousand bucks a month instead of 200 like in other "tycoon" games. It's good training for business management. You won't find it much fun unless you like managing a business. It also got a lot of mafia and Godfather references.
Summary: I got this game for my birthday and it was really fun. It lasted hurs and I got to be a cook, but after a while, the 3D started giving me a headache. It is also sometimes hard to remember all of the keys and buttons.
Summary: Restaurant Empire is the best sim RPG game I have played in my life. This game has a pretty good graphic system but the music is borring. I would recomend it to other sim game fans. The game its self has a few down siders for example the menu that you have to have takes so much time to do if there were an AUTO-MENU button it would be great. The other down sider is that people are always complaining about how your staff is rude!