Reviews for Tropico 3: Absolute Power

98

Very good

rjb789 | Oct. 2, 2013 | See all rjb789's reviews »

This is the first and only DLC for the game Tropico 3. When you add this new DLC to the core game of Tropico 3 you get a very good and interesting game which focuses on building up your empire as a dictator. You can choose traits and the DLC adds more of these to the game. The DLC also adds plenty of new items such as many new landmarks, buildings and lost lots more! The DLC also adds a completely new and brilliant campaign mode which adds plenty of new challenge and tons more missions and scenarios that you have to work your way through and solve. If you like Tropico 3 this is a MUST buy!

90

Makes Tropico 3 complete

mahon | Sept. 9, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »

Although it was declared to be the fifirst official expansion pack to Tropico 3, Absolute Power was the only expansion released for this game. But on the other hand it's really good, and when you add it to your game, your Tropico 3 experience will be as complete as possible. It expands the game with new edicts, traits and visual styles for your El Presidente. More landmarks and buildings are added, new faction of loyalists is introduced, and as if it was not enough, there is also a completely new campaign to play through. Tropico 3 went a completely different path than its successor, Tropico 4. While in the fourth Tropico there is a choice of many small DLCs, you only get one big expansion for Tropico 3, and I cannot imagine playing the game without it.

90

Makes Tropico 3 complete

mahon | Aug. 27, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »

Although it was declared to be the fifirst official expansion pack to Tropico 3, Absolute Power was the only expansion released for this game. But on the other hand it's really good, and when you add it to your game, your Tropico 3 experience will be as complete as possible. It expands the game with new edicts, traits and visual styles for your El Presidente. More landmarks and buildings are added, new faction of loyalists is introduced, and as if it was not enough, there is also a completely new campaign to play through. Tropico 3 went a completely different path than its successor, Tropico 4. While in the fourth Tropico there is a choice of many small DLCs, you only get one big expansion for Tropico 3, and I cannot imagine playing the game without it.