Tropico 4: Collectors Bundle
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Tropico 4: Collectors Bundle combines all the latest Tropico 4 goodness.
- Tropico 4
- Tropico 4: DLC Modern Times
- Tropico 4: DLC Junta
- Tropico 4: DLC Plantador
- Tropico 4: DLC Quick-Dry-Cement
- Tropico 4: DLC Pirate Heaven
- Tropico 4: DLC Megalopolis
- Tropico 4: DLC Vigilante
The world is changing and Tropico is moving with the times - geographical powers rise and fall and the world market is dominated by new players with new demands and offers - and you, as El Presidente, face a whole new set of challenges. If you are to triumph over your naysayers you will need to gain as much support from your people as possible. Your decisions will shape the future of your nation, and more importantly, the size of your off-shore bank account.
Tropico 4 expands on the gameplay of the previous game with new political additions ∼ including more superpowers to negotiate with, along with the ability to elect ministers into power to help get your more controversial policies passed. But remember to keep your friends close and your enemies closer as everyone has an agenda! Your political mettle will be thoroughly tested, as new natural disasters will have the populace clamoring for you and your cabinet to help them recover from some of the worst Mother Nature can dish out.
Tropico 4 also brings a new level of social interaction with the addition of Facebook and Twitter integration (Windows PC version only). Post comments on Twitter direct from the game and have updates go out when you complete missions or unlock new achievements. You can even take screenshots of your burgeoning island and post your dream creation on your Tropico 4 Facebook page and compare your interactive Dictator Ranking on the online leaderboards.
New campaign consisting of 20 missions on 10 new maps
20 new buildings including Stock Exchange, Shopping mall, Aqua Park and a Mausoleum to El Presidente
Six new interactive disasters including volcanoes, droughts and tornadoes
Council of Ministers – selected citizens to mimisterial posts in the government to help push through your more controversial decisions
National Agenda – receive objectives from Tropican factions, foreign geopolitical powers or opportunities relating to current island events such as ongoing disasters
Facebook and Twitter integration (PC-only features)
Screenshot gallery – take screenshots of your tropical paradise and share on your Facebook page (PC- only Feature)
Trading system – import and export goods to/from other nations to boost your economy or production
Good old TropicoVerlyn | March 25, 2015 | See all Verlyn's reviews »
You will end up singing this game's soundtrack. I spent over 100 hours playing this game. It just caught me completely. Starting with a very small town and making it grow, happily, into a paradise island is something that isn't easy but it is very rewarding. You do have to play some of the tutorials just so you understand completely some of the game mechanics. The soundtrack is awesome but it can get repetitive after 100+ hours. The graphics are a bit cartoon-ish but they fit great with the game's environment. I liked playing free scenarios so I could shape my island the way I wanted. This being the Collector's Bundle, adds an amazing DLC; Modern Times. This DLC will expand your experience. The rest of the DLCs you get on this bundle aren't crucial but they sure add some fun to the game.
Become "El Presidente" of this cuban-ish town.MafuMafu | July 31, 2014 | See all MafuMafu's reviews »
Be the ultimate dictator with this awesome and outstanding game. Now I want to take over my neighbor's garden and start my own government. Let's see: - You can be the dictator of this Cuba-like universe. - You can manage everything the way you want. - You can do whatever you want. - You can build your dream city. - Again, you can be a dictator. Who wouldn't want it? This is not the base game. This is the base game, plus almost all the DLC's. Fun guaranteed for a long, long time.
Good City Buildermrkhill | Feb. 19, 2014 | See all mrkhill's reviews »
I bought this game right after Sims City came out and had disappointing reviews. Many said that this was a better game if you want to have fun and they were right. While not a must buy it is very amusing to play for the first 20 hours. You run around your own island as a dictator controlling every aspect of the city. Simple to play yet a lot of fun. There are many different island types and terrains but the type of different buildings is a tad low. The simplicity comes at a price though, after playing a certain amount of time it starts to become repetitious. While not as long lasting as I hoped it is worth the money, especially at only 10 dollars. You Will not regret this purchase.
Continuing To Build On Success!RedPhenx2000 | Nov. 17, 2013 | See all RedPhenx2000's reviews »
Each iteration of Tropico gets better and better, with more features and more fun packed in. The base game of Tropico 4 provides hours of enjoyment and several scenarios to keep you entertained. Tropico 4, once again, has you lead a small island nation, while trying to curry favor with your larger neighbors while still maintaining your own course. The game adds on several new features and graphical upgrades from 3. The collectors bundle adds a must-have DLC and some simple building upgrades and uniform upgrades. Modern Times is must own, and updates the game with many new features, including (what else?) but the ability to continue your island into the current era. The other DLC (plus the DLC that isn't included in this bundle) isn't really necessary, especially since the scenarios and DLC aren't integrated into the campaign. However, for the same price as base game, you might as well get all of the additional costumes for El Presidente, that help set this game apart from other city-builders out there.
GOOD MORNING TROPICONarsuaq | Oct. 24, 2013 | See all Narsuaq's reviews »
Have you ever dreamt of being an all powerful dictator? Have you ever wanted to live on a paradise island? I ask you, have you ever thought both would be possible at once? Well, I believe Tropico 4 may fulfill your dreams... (virtually of course). It's certainly one of those games which keeps you playing over and over again until your hands are bloody stumps. Don't worry though, as El Presidente, you can simply get new ones...