Congratulations! You’re the newly-elected, all-powerful “Presidente” of the proud Caribbean nation of Tropico. Taking the reins for another glorious term on your sunny island is all well and good, but do you have what it takes to become a serious player on the world stage?Read full description
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I really enjoy the idea of city builders, but have never played one that I liked. This one is not bad, it's just that I don't like it for various reasons. I begin with the pros: + The graphics looks decent from a distance, and the tropical climate is pretty nice + There's a good amount of buildings, and there are reasons to build them + There's a good amount of political decisions that affect various parts of the population's view on you, like legalizing gay marriage and much more. + Most mechanics work well, like exporting and importing, recourses and more. + It includes a lot of nice DLC, and the DLC is pretty good The cons: - For some unexplainable reason I find this really boring. It's not bad, it's just that I've never enjoyed the time that I've spent on it. This point is probably invalid, but I felt like mentioning it - The graphics are not that good. I guess you can blame that partly on the age. - The music is okay at first, but soon gets really old. Most songs sound pretty similar, and I personally didn't like whatever genre they are. - It's not innovative in any aspect, and almost everything has been done before, and probably better. But it does most things well. As I said, the game is not bad. It's just not for me, and you may like it if you're interested in playing it.
Tropico 4 is a Great game, much better than its predecessor. With management style as SimCity, but with humor and their role is that of a president on a Caribbean island during the Cold War. his island can export and import products from 5 world powers (US, USSR, China, European Union and the Middle East). Positive points: - Customization of your character: you can create your character with clothes this time and better than that is to choose the source, as elected to the tropical island and its features. - Elections: If you are with the acceptance of the population below 50%, possibly when (if) you may lose elections. - Decrees: Decide on what is law in its island, can free food and housing for free or super bill works in raising money to your account in Switzerland. - Factions: its residents can support up to 3 some factions or no, where each faction requires a certain type of construction or decrees that can please a faction but displease another. For each faction there is a representative where it tells you what the population needs. If not please can increase the number of rebels on his island. - Map Editor: Perhaps the greatest strength because it allows you to create your island. in addition to you create the map, you can also create challenges. - Difficulty: despite the last phase of the campaign, the game is not so difficult for anyone who has played Tropico 3.
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