La suite du jeu populaire Restaurant Empire vous fait progresser dans l'univers culinaire. Essayez de contenter vos clients en variant les plats et faites marcher la caisse enregistreuse. Construisez un empire culinaire et atteignez la renommée que vous méritez.
Évaluations des utilisateurs : Variable (89 évaluation(s)) - 50% des 89 évaluations des utilisateurs pour ce jeu sont positives.
Date de parution: 27 mai 2009

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La suite du jeu populaire Restaurant Empire vous fait progresser dans l'univers culinaire.
Essayez de contenter vos clients en variant les plats et faites marcher la caisse enregistreuse. Construisez un empire culinaire et atteignez la renommée que vous méritez. Si vous êtes chanceux vous parviendrez au sommet de l'art culinaire et parviendrez à ériger une statue à votre propre gloire en devenant une légende vivante.
  • comprend :
    Une campagne de 16 missions avec un scénario sur la vie et l'œuvre des Leboufs dans leur ascension dans le monde des cuisiniers.
    Moteur graphique de premier plan pour donner vie aux villes, restaurants et personnages qui composent l'univers de la cuisine. Le rendu de vos recettes sera magnifique.
    Deux nouvelles catégories : Coffee Shop et la maison des desserts. Chaque emplacement dispose de plus de 130 recettes.
    Nouveaux restaurants thématiques. Forêts tropicales et circuit de courses automobiles.
    Plus de 700 nouveaux objets portant le total à plus de 1400. Employez les dans vos restaurants.
    Nouveau : cuisine allemande et architectures française, italienne et américaine avec plus de 600 recettes.
    Munich vient en complément de Paris, Los Angeles et Rome.
    Des animations comme des groupes de rock, des artistes de cirques ou des artistes solo viendront apporter un cachet particulier à votre établissement.
    Avec les nouvelles recettes vous allez pouvoir améliorer l'ensemble de votre art.
    Armand vous attend pour un mini-jeu spécial.

Configuration requise

    • Interface : Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP/Vista
    • Processeur : 1 GHz CPU
    • Mémoire : 512 Mo RAM
    • Disque dur: 2 Go
    • Carte graphique : Carte graphique 128 Mo 3D compatible avec DirectX9
    • Carte son : DirectX compatible
    • DirectX® Version: DirectX® 9.0c
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1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
17.3 heures en tout
Posté le : 3 juillet
Let me start with a story;

A long time ago, back when Waffles© 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. Little boy Waffles© soon found a cheerful looking game by the name of Restaurant Empire that he immediantly began to want for. The total price of the game? $10.00 (and 50 cent tax). He gleefully skipped to the check-out counter where he paid his ten and fifty and ran home to enjoy his new-found game. Ohh but what fun he had playing this joy of a game! Hours upon hours where spent building restaurants, organizing menus, and hiring staff. The young boy who was Waffles© was overjoyed at this seemly limitless game!

A dozen years later, grown man Waffles© browses the Steam store to find another game to review in a dire attempt to become noticed by the Steam community. Startled, he runs across a familiar title: Restaurant Empire II. What? Was he being decived? His childhood game had a sequel? And was on Steam? Thanking Gaben, Waffles© quickly bought the game instead of Super Noah's Ark 3D, downloaded, and installed it. A couple hours later, here he is, ready to give his honest opinion on the game.

Restaurant Empire II is a restaurant tycoon simulator where you take control of a young chef, fresh out of culinary school and ready to take on the Omnifood corporation. The game plot is rather simple, and most of the mechanics are even more so. The main goal of the game is to keep your customer satisfaction level high in order to maintain a five stay rating. You do so by selecting dishes that have high ratings, updating your furniture to increase comfort levels, placing decorations to... well, increase your decoration level, and hiring and training staff to provide the best customer care possible. In the sandbox mode, this is actually quite easy as you start out with a large building and you cannot start out with lower than $500,000. I simply furnished the bottom floor, hired my staff and spent $10,000 a month on training them (after several months there were virtually no complaints about them), added only dishes that had a 75% or above approval rating, and decorated the floor so extravagantly that a four star rating was achieved in a few months in game time. The five star rating took only about a year!

Really, the main strength of the game is the original campaign which only gives you $40,000 to start out with. Although you also begin with a fully decked out kitchen, dining room, and restrooms, you still have to add decoration, add dishes, hire staff, etc. Several of the options (such as advertising and training) are blocked so the jerks who are your staff act all high and mighty for the first dozen challenges without the ability for you to stop them. To throw a curveball when you least expect it, a well known character in the game gives you $250,000 to set up and maintain his nephew's new restaurant, which has no kitchen or restrooms. Meaning you have to set up everything with the money you've saved up to that point. The challenge is real and completing all objectives can be difficult but fun.

Because the mechanics are so simple, I really have to look at the game as a whole in order to give my full opinion on it, and frankly, there is not much to see. Perhaps if the game had a fancy HD remastering, or an ambitious remake, the appeal would be greater. The game feels pulled out of it's time in the steam market with fancy titles like Prison Tycoon, or Tropico V to keep it company, but without the aesthetic of it's counter parts it largely goes unnoticed. Despite this, I wholeheartedly recommend Restaurant Empire II to the individual looking for such a game. Maybe it's the nostalgia kid in me happy to play this game once again, but REII is a joy to play and quite simply a time waster for tycoon fans to enjoy.

I rate this game 6.5/10, would loose childhood in again.

Thank you for your time!

The Older but not Wiser
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10 personne(s) sur 13 (77%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
143.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 4 mai
Great Game, I wish more of these games were made as it actually requires you to think about what you are doing. Yeah sure, it would have been nice if you could pack the tables in tighter and hire more Captains. But this drawback means you have to find a solution which is part of the principle of a good biz strat.

I hope they make a 3rd installment and recommend this game highly.
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
9.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 7 août
First of all i don't know what's wrong with this game....

It's really really genius

I... I.... ok lets be serious now.

I have played this game enough to know that this game is a master-game, so to speak. I see no problem with it, the graphics are ehhh but the gameplay and the campaigns are good, the ways and things you can make your restaurant is amazing and controlling the restaurant is even more amazing. The campaign Scenario's can be hard, but if you just want to play this game for killing time or something, you can go with the Sandbox Mode!! This game provides everything for every type of player. You can change the dishes in your menu, you can even give discounts when you want, you can increase/decrease the money you spend on a dish i.e you can raise or decrease the Quality of a dish. You can assign a chef to every particular dish and if you don't have time to do that any of your chef creates the recipe and serves it. You can hire people to work for your restaurant like Servers, and Captains who take orders, Receptionists etc etc... You can participate in a cooking competition. You can do almost EVERYTHING you can do in a real life restaurant as its owner. I really recommend this game, it's worth more than it's price. The amount of people who play this game is low because it's too old but i think if people become aware of this game, It could be in the list of the top sellers.
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66 personne(s) sur 70 (94%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
36.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 1 janvier 2014
It's a dated game, yeah. But for those who like to play tycoon games where they are in control of everything in a restaurant, it gets pretty addicting to check profits and figure out how to reach the goals in each scenario. The first campaign starts a bit hard because not everything is accessible and the player is expected to play with whatever the tutorial gives. I had to fire more than 5 servers before I found two that wouldn't be rude to customers because I didn't have access to staff training yet. Managing the restaurants is no easy task as the player is expected to know how to be successful in finances and food.

Players could easily cheat by using codes that are readily available, but where's the fun in that? Some might complain about the super bright glowing effects when they first play the game, but that can be remedied by turning off all glow features in "Settings". Eventually, the player will be in control of what s/he wants to put in the restaurant as well as serve in the restaurant while keeping in mind of ratings. There's a little bit of free customization for the floors, walls, and employee outfits.

Time passes in a day in the game's universe, meaning the restaurant operates within 24 hours and every minute counts. At the end of the day, whatever money that is generated is multiplied by 30 or 31 to represent monthly revenue or profits. Therefore, the player should avoid wasting too much time by letting the minutes pass while deciding how to arrange furniture or improve recipes, but that's why the pause button is there!

Overall, someone who is easily enticed by tycoon or management games can get easily stuck in his or her seat for a few hours trying to get perfect ratings or avoiding debt (at least... I did.)

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35 personne(s) sur 37 (95%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
72.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 13 octobre 2014
Overall, it's a fun game but there are some negatives to it.
Its fun setting up the restaurant. Placing the tables just right so there are no traffic issues. That way people don't have to wait too long for their food. Decorating the inside and outside of the restaurant so your place looks classy. Entering the cooking contests to climb the chef ranks. Being able to control every aspect of your restaurants and watching them make money is gratifying.

There haven't been updates or improvements to this game from the first Restaurant Empire. Heck, you could probably consider this a long delayed expansion pack to the first one. Armand, the main character is still wearing the same pants. They were ugly then and they're still ugly today! If you didn't like the first Restaurant Empire, you won't like the second one. The AI of your employees is still really frustrating. Your restaurants are still not going to be perfect. And no matter what you do or how well you do it, customers are going to complain. They're never happy! (and I do mean never!) Some of the scenarios can be maddening to try and complete. Despite all this, the game does keep me entertained.
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