Starting with nothing except some cash and a passion for food, build a restaurant from the bottom up – hire waiters, decorate, even cook the meals! Buy, build, outsell and underprice your competition.
Will you use your culinary wizardry to out-cook chefs? What tactics and strategies will you employ to buy out the competition? You decide. With a combination of business strategy and role-playing game styles plus a free-form sandbox game mode, three huge cities, and over 30 playable chefs and a host of locations to travel to, Restaurant Empire is an epicurean delight of gastronomic proportions.
|Minimum System Requirements||Recommended System Requirements|
|CPU||1 GHz||Intel Pentium III / AMD Athlon MP|
|RAM||256 MB RAM||256 MB|
|OS||Windows XP or Vista||Win Xp 32|
|Graphics Card||3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended)||nVidia GeForce 6200 / AMD Radeon Xpress 1100 128mb|
|Direct X||DirectX 8 compatible sound card||DX 9|
|HDD Space||750 MB|
|Game Analysis||Restaurant Empire is a 2003 computer game in which the player designs, owns, and operates a restaurant. It was created by Trevor Chan and published by Enlight Software.rnrnIn the game, a global culinary conglomerate, Omnifood, controls over 60% of the world's restaurants and is rapidly growing. The player must compete against Omnifood.rnrnThe player takes the role of Armand LeBeouf, a recent graduate from a French culinary school given the opportunity by his uncle to run his own restaurant. Later, the player is given the opportunity to attract investment capital and open more restaurants.rnrnEnlight produced a sequel to the popular Restaurant Empire game, called Restaurant Empire 2. Game publisher Paradox Interactive signed an agreement with Enlight to bring the game to stores in North America. The game's release was delayed over six times; it was finally released on May 26, 2009.|
|High FPS||200+ FPS ( GTX 1060 )|