La secuela del popular Restaurant Empire te adentra todavía más en las complejidades y delicias del universo culinario. Forma parte de un emocionante mundo en el que los clientes son caprichosos y las propinas en tu caja registradora varían con tanta rapidez como sus gustos.
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15 de febrero

Restaurant Empire II version 1.11 now available

Restaurant Empire II v1.11 has been released.

It fixes a compatibility issue with Windows XP.

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La secuela del popular Restaurant Empire te adentra todavía más en las complejidades y delicias del universo culinario.
Forma parte de un emocionante mundo en el que los clientes son caprichosos y las propinas en tu caja registradora varían con tanta rapidez como sus gustos. Con un puñado de dinero y el sueño de fundar un imperio, construye, cocina y contrata para abrirte camino hacia lo más alto del negocio de la gastronomía, donde una sabrosa comida y una dirección inteligente se traducen en dinero. Y si tienes suerte, puedes llegar más lejos que tus predecesores y sentar los cimientos de tu estatus como una auténtica leyenda de la cocina...
  • Características principales:
    Una nueva campaña de 16 misiones que nos muestra la vida de los Leboufs, a medida que avanzan como pueden por ese campo de minas llamado matrimonio y las circunstancias únicas del éxito profesional.
    Un motor gráfico superior da vida a las ciudades, personajes y restaurantes que pueblan el mundo de la cocina utilizando avanzadas técnicas como reflejos en tiempo real para proporcionar un realismo sin precedentes. La comida nunca tuvo tan buen aspecto.
    Dos nuevas categorías empresariales: Cafetería y Confitería, que complementan el negocio de los Restaurantes; cada categoría tiene más de 130 delicias únicas, bebidas y recetas para escoger.
    Nuevos restaurantes temáticos que abarcan las profundiades del mar, exóticas selvas y carreras de motor, y que llevan el concepto de "tema" a cotas nunca vistas. Jamás has visto restaurantes tan alucinantes.
    Más de 700 nuevos objetos de interior, lo que eleva el número a 1400. La puesta en marcha, decoración y dirección de tu propio restaurante es más variada y divertida que nunca.
    Se introduce la nueva categoría de restaurantes de comida Alemana, complementando a las ya existentes de comida Francesa, Italiana y Americana. Más de 600 recetas en total.
    Munich, además del triunvirato de Paris, Los Angeles y Roma, es ahora una opción para establecerte y expandir tu creciente negocio.
    Contrata artistas en directo para animar el ambiente de tu restaurante, que van desde solistas hasta bandas de rock y artistas de circo de interior, y organiza sus actuaciones para que entretengan a tus valiosos clientes en el momento adecuado del día.
    La nueva característica Investigación de Recetas te permite invertir en la mejora de la calidad de tus platos además de obtener un valioso conocimiento en forma de nuevas y deliciosas recetas.
    Y por último, Armand te espera con un mini-juego oculto.

Requisitos del sistema

    • Sistema Operativo: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP/Vista
    • Procesador: CPU a 1 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 512 MB RAM
    • Espacio en Disco Duro: 2 GB
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta 3D de 128 MB compatible con DirectX9
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX
    • Versión de DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
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A 12 de 14 personas (86%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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26.6 h registradas
Publicado el 20 de febrero
hadnt played this game since it originally came out but when i saw it pop up on steam for a bargain price i thought why not give it ago. i did expect a few improvements to the game to make it easier to pick up and play (like making your menu's quicker) but as you can see by my game time, its still gets you hooked and playing
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A 6 de 6 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
17.3 h registradas
Publicado el 3 de julio
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
Waffles©
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A 8 de 10 personas (80%) les ha sido útil este análisis
32.7 h registradas
Publicado el 6 de febrero
One of your usual Tycoon games, telling the story of Armand LeBoeuf: a young french chef who just graduated from culinary school. We play through the basics of financial management, collect recipes of world cuisine and train other chefs to challenge the authority of OmniFood, a corporate firm that monopolized food industry years ago. Aside from side goals being a bit challenging to accomplish, the actual campaign is easy to get done. All you have to do is get things in order and wait till the end of month, which makes this game real casual and relaxing, more like a simulation even.

So far, I can count this game as one of my favorite tycoon games, aside from old classics like Theme Hospital or Zoo Tycoon. It gives you a perspective on food business and presents the basics of becoming a restauranteur. It is fun, and educating in a manner. Never have been a good cook myself, I get to stumble upon some really cool recipes that I'd like to try someday :) If you're into the subject, it's a neat game.
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A 9 de 12 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.5 h registradas
Publicado el 21 de julio
Restaurant Empire II is a game that I don't recommend at all because:
- is boring
- have issues
- you can't remove the things you already bought for your restaurant aspect
- it takes too much time until the first customers come
- the tutorial is long and 90% from it have no sense
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A 8 de 11 personas (73%) les ha sido útil este análisis
143.4 h registradas
Publicado el 4 de mayo
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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