Summary: Good Game To Play Anytime. Great Graphics, Fun game overall This Game is not waste of your money. I have bought this game twice because i lost it.Try the other Tropico games theres good aswell.
Summary: The sequel to the tourist resort management sim, "Tropico 2" takes the concept of running a tropical island and then goes back a few hundred years to when said islands were under the control of brutal, ruthless pirates. As a pirate king or queen, you are given an island with which to make a profitable and well-defended secret pirate base. This will mainly be a shantytown of tents, wooden buildings, and the occasional masonry for higher-class establishments.
Summary: I had my reservations about Tropico2 after loving Tropico so much. I was pleasantly suprised. The gameplay is just different enough from Tropico 1 to feel like a different game. Very fun to play and of course Daniel Indart's musical tracks are every bit as good as in Tropico1. These games have turned me onto a whole new genre of music. You'll find yourself playing just to enjoy the great tunes. Two thumbs up, mainly because I only have two thumbs.
Summary: I was a little late for the computer game market. Tropico was the first game I purchased. Tropico 1 and 2 are from PopTop; that's Railroad Tycoon, the best. At first, I didn't like Tropico 2 Pirates Cove. The game was quite limited in detail to Tropico. But then, in time, I grew to really like it, and I do continue to play it (as a strategy game). It has an aire of Risk, and gambling that the original Tropico did not have. This gave it more REPLAYABILITY.
Summary: I love this game! It is such a blast to play. It's exciting, challenging (unless you want it easy, 'cause you can certainly do sandbox mode), and fun. If you like the original Tropico, you'll like Tropico 2. However if you are looking for a really challenging game, Tropico 2 may not be your best choice. While it can be a challenge, it's pretty easy- especially compared to Tropico. (This is excluding sandbox modes.
Summary: I had to call tech support to even get this game to install on my machine. It turns out that if you have a hard drive named "Data" the game will not run. Who would have thunk? So, I renamed my hard drive and the game works ok, but it crashes about every 15 minutes, so get ready to save your game alot. Otherwise, its pretty fun. Its like sim city for pirates. I can see how it would get pretty repetitive after youve played it a few times.
Summary: I've been playing this game for about two weeks (on and off obviously) and I've had a lot of fun with it. However, I can't seem to build up a large fleet of ships because every ship I have sinks the third time I send it out. Like clockwork, boom it's gone. And if I wait and build up my ships, the pirates get bored and restless. And I need a good number of ships for my economy to grow. But how can you build your economy if all your ships are sinking on the third voyage?!
Summary: I love this game! It is very fun,I did have problems getting it to install and even more problems uninstalling and reinstalling but when i did get it to work i enjoyed it. You do need patience with playing the game too, it takes a while for you to build lumber up (with out cheating).