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Recettear c'est l'histoire d'une boutique, de la fille qui y habite et de la fée qui va tout chambouler. Recette Lemongrass va se retrouver à la tête d'une boutique pour laquelle il va falloir payer les traites. Tear est votre fée et vous accompagnera.
Date de parution: 10 sep 2010
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À propos du jeu

Recettear c'est l'histoire d'une boutique, de la fille qui y habite et de la fée qui va tout chambouler. Recette Lemongrass va se retrouver à la tête d'une boutique pour laquelle il va falloir payer les traites. Tear est votre fée et vous accompagnera. A vous de choisir comment remplir votre boutique : avec les lois du marché ou en allant battre la campagne pour y trouver de la matière en combattant les monstres. C'est ça ou vivre sous les ponts.

Comprend :

  • Du design au stock, maîtrisez toutes les étapes pour établir votre boutique !
  • Explorez des donjons. Jamais deux fois le même !
  • Choisissez des aventuriers pour explorer les donjons.
  • De nombreuses options pour finir le jeu : mesurez-vous au mode survie et au mode infini !
  • Histoire entraînante localisée par Carpe Fulgur. Faites connaissance des habitants de Pensee !

Configuration requise

    Minimum :

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processeur : Pentium 4 de 1.7 GHz ou Athlon XP 1700+ (ou équivalent)
    • Mémoire vive : 256 Mo de RAM (512 recommandé pour Windows Vista et 7)
    • Carte graphique : Carte vidéo compatible DirectX 8.1 avec au moins 64 Mo de mémoire vidéo ; Testé avec Nvidia et ATI (Les cartes graphiques intégrées Intel en dessous de la série des X4000 ne sont pas recommandées)
    • DirectX® : DirectX 8.1
    • Disque dur : 700 Mo d'espace libre disponible
    • Son : Carte son/puce de carte mère compatible DirectX 8.1
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2 personne(s) sur 3 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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cute funny, quick to understand
Posté le : 20 juin 2014
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146 personne(s) sur 154 (95%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Finally a game where I can live out my fantasies of becoming a merchant who crushes hearts and dreams under the weight of his fat profit margin. Y'all can keep your Poorly-Lit Life Forces 2 or whatever the f♥ck it's called, Recettear blows that all out of the water.

Ok first of all you play as a loli. Don't be deceived--beneath her cute, naive exterior lies a heart as black as coal and a mind as shrewd and cunning as they come. This little sh♥t will bleed you for all you're worth with mark-ups that would make Best Buy blush. And she will love every minute of it as she watches you carry your broke ♥ss out the door with a ham sandwich. Thank you and come again mother f♥cker.

Recette's rise to power begins when her piece of sh♥t dad racks up a dickload of debt and skips town or dies or something I dunno I kind of spaced out at that part BUT THE POINT IS he's an ♥sshole and Recette don't need that sh♥t in her life.
So Tear, this really unprofessionally dressed loan shark fairy with a personality as vivid and exciting as a piece of corrugated cardboard, comes up and is like "yo I'm takin your house."
Long and short of it is that Recette has to open an item shop and earn some money to keep her house from being seized, because Tear is a soulless harpy.

That's how the story begins. And there's a decent amount of depth to the economic aspects of this game. I mean you can't check on the DOW or whatever but this is f♥cking Recettear, not Wolf of Wall Street: The Video Game (someone should get on that tho c'mon nintendo).
There's buying, selling, taking specific orders, taking orders IN ADVANCE (take some time to collect yourself, I know this sh♥t's amazing), and upgrading and changing up your shop.
The fun comes when you can take advantage of a crash in the price of goods to stock up, then wait until their value's jacked up later to sell them off at 250% of their price or higher. I basically gave up masturbation because making bank in this game feels so good.
Different customers have different purchasing behaviors, including limited funds and a certain percentage mark-up they're willing to deal with. Common visitors to your shop include: Finicky House Wife from Hell, Crusty Old Man, Rich-♥ss Regular Guy, and the lovable Broke-♥ss Little Girl.

There are also dungeon crawling segments which you need to hire adventurers for, and to hire them you need to get their card by doing some specific sh♥t to make friends with them. The first dude you get is a lovable street urchin named Louie, and he's....ok I guess. He uses a f♥cking sword like a ♥♥♥♥♥ but whatever you can unlock other people.
Dungeon crawling is how you get free sh♥t and ingredients to make even cooler sh♥t, but you can't really bring much back with you because apparently a f♥cking knapsack is not considered standard issue gear for adventurers.

Overall, this game is exactly what the title tells you it is, and maybe a little more.
I highly reccommend it. Play this sh♥t.

also f♥ck this steam censorship we're all adults come on
Posté le : 1 mai 2014
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37 personne(s) sur 46 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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3 évaluations
10.7 heures en tout
FAMILY BUSINESS IS GIVEN A FRESH NEW PERSPECTIVE WHEN YOU TAKE OVER THE LIFE OF THE WONDERFUL LOLI RECETTE. LET ME TELL YOU SOMETHING. BUY LOW AND SELL HIGH, LITTLE GIRLS WILL TRY TO JEW YOU, AND OLD MEN ARE PERVERTS WHO PAY TOO MUCH FOR EVERYTHING. LOUIE IS A CHEAP MOTHER ♥♥♥♥ER AND PEOPLE CONSIDER APPLES FAMILY HEIRLOOMS. WHY ARENT YOU PLAYING THIS GAME RIGHT NOW? WHY DON'T YOU SUPPORT CAPITALISM? FREE TRADE? ALL THE VALUES THAT OUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST DIED FOR? NOW DON'T GET ME WRONG EVEN ATHEISTS CAN ENJOY THIS GAME.
Posté le : 27 février 2014
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23 personne(s) sur 29 (79%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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29 évaluations
34.4 heures en tout
NO LITTLE GIRL I WILL NOT HAGGLE MY PRICES ANY LOWER. YOU'RE BUYING A BOOK ON HOMEBREWING YOU CAN'T EVEN USE THAT GOD.
Posté le : 15 février 2014
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10 personne(s) sur 12 (83%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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5 évaluations
22.1 heures en tout
Have you ever gotten a coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts? America runs on Dunkin’ so I know you have because no civilization exists outside of the borders of this great nation, trust me. I visited England once, there was nothing but football hooligans and CCTV cameras. Anyway, back to the dunkin’ analogy, when you start drinking it it tasted bitter, unpleasant, there’s too much milk and it’s bovine creaminess threatens to choke the breath out of you. If you manage to survive that stage you’re near the end, it’s starting to to sweeten a little and you think: ‘Maybe this is what victory tasted like.’ With only the dregs left you throw your head head back and down the last of the liquid, knowing that you’ve won and nothing will be able to stop you today.

After you’ve thrown up the sickly sweet goop that slid down the back of your throat along with the the tooth enamel it grabbed on the way past you realise that the jerk behind the counter didn’t even give the cup a shake to dissolve the sugar.

That’s kind of the inverse of this game.

It’s all a game of deception, you see, it fools you into thinking you know what you’re in for: Here’s a homeless little orphan girl, here’s her fairy manager, set up shop and do business. But hold on there, Ken-Sama, get your nose out of that doujin! That stuff will get you arrested if one of those British CCTV cameras catch you with it. They’ll sentence you to life imprisonment with nothing but American tea for sustenance. Once you get past the saccharine sweet character designs and voicework there’s some bitter, milky gameplay to get familiar with.

There’s no fantasy here aside from the setting, you’ve got to start setting prices for your various wares won through old-fashioned dungeon crawling along with the various stupidly loyal or dangerously self-interested cohorts you’ve set loose to murder the peaceful inhabitants of said dungeons. Try as they might to defend their homes and loved ones, let none stand against your (Simplistically controlled yet still enjoyable) bladework, their property WILL be yours to peddle to the various citizens of your town.

As in real life, of course, this is the far more difficult proposition. Convincing someone to kill for you is a simple matter, maintaining domination of even a relatively docile population from behind the scenes via market control is a more trying task, just ask the Reptilian overlords deciding our fate. All I can say to that is watch out for the little girl, she may play innocent but she knows far more than she’s letting on.

Get that money, little merchant. Get that money.
Posté le : 12 février 2014
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460 personne(s) sur 472 (97%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
286 produits enregistrés
10 évaluations
7.2 heures en tout
You think this is a cute little game about running an item shop and having fun, but it's not. It's a game about crippling debt and trying your hardest to claw your way out of it.

The bank comes to your house and tells you that your dumb deadbeat dad is probably dead, and that they're going to repo your house. Instead of making you homeless, the bank fairy just turns you into a slave and turns your house into an item shop (because zoning regulations and child labor laws don't exist here) and you spend the rest of the game trying to make payments to buy your freedom.

Fun game, but god help you if your hustle isn't strong enough. Would not recommend to the capitalistically weak.
Posté le : 25 novembre 2013
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