Have you ever dreamed of having a little restaurant of your own? In this game, you can do it through the eyes of Noemi, who now has a lot of things to take care of.
Her rival, Salvatore, the owner of Salvatore’s Deli, a big chain of restaurants, has just opened a new place just across the street.
With huge debts and a newly formed rival, will Noemi manage to collect the money and save her restaurant? Find out by playing.
Noemi runs her very own restaurant in Philadelphia, called Little Toscana. She, as a child of Italian immigrants, worked hard all of her life to keep her restaurant alive, all while juggling other life situations alongside her fiancé, Brad.
Now, she is faced with huge debts left by her father, and the numbers are big. She must find a way to keep her restaurant open, and find new staff members.
This is a mix of a visual novel and restaurant-management gameplay. It is kind of slow-burn, as you don’t really get much action. There are few sex scenes, so if you are looking for more of that content, it is likely you won’t really like this game. The dialogue is very long. This is what bothered me while playing. You just click and read, and, honestly, I got bored very quickly.
There are other characters included, such as an ex-cop named Old Roy, who frequently comes into the restaurant, some customers, and three waitresses, Kriem, Frankie, and Kelsey. Each and every one of them is different, so that may develop the overall depth of the story. Brad, on the other hand, is a background character who doesn’t really do much. Eventually, you just focus on Noemi and her life, as she is the main protagonist.
Still, I have a feeling that this game lacks development and is kind of slow. Sure, it is a pretty lighthearted plot, and you don’t have to worry about encountering some dark topics. However, the overall slowness of the plot is what bothers me. You do have some gameplay options, but some of them, as well as stats and other game mechanics, seem complicated. You get to do assignments in the restaurant, and then you finish your day. Each day, you earn some money, but the story progresses either way.
The overall rendering is good. The DAZ models are really different, you get big boobed Noemi, an edgy, hot waitress Kriem, and other, so there’s a little bit for everyone. There are no animations, though, or voiceover.
I thought the gameplay became boring pretty early. A lot of clicking and A LOT of text. That is what caught my attention in the first couple of renders. The text section often holds about 3 or more lines of text, which makes it very slow to view. I didn’t really like that. Overall, I guess it could become a good story because it has potential. The game mechanics could be improved, but they are somewhat complicated. However, if you don’t want to focus on that, you can still play the game without worrying.
Although this is an adult game, it is very slow paced, and won’t get you going that quickly. The mechanics are kind of complicated, and sometimes it seems like there’s not much to do. The rendering is nice, the models are various and there is some music in the background, but no animations or voiceovers.
It is still too slow and boring for my taste, so I will have to pass. Sure, maybe I just wasn’t patient enough to wait for the fun stuff to come.
- Good rendering.
- Complicated game mechanics.
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