Summary: I played the original and it was entertaining. This version is bad. It is hard to build stuff. Not enough room on the islands, they have a lot of unbuildable terrain, and I can't say I like some of the things they say or how they say them. It comes across as racist.
Summary: It's a bit time consuming, and I wasn't able to finish the second tutorial. It's entertaining, you can play as a famous Latin leader like Castro, Che Guevara, Pinochet, or create your own character. My only struggle is finding my dictator within the game.
Summary: A truly great game! Since it's release, Kalyso, the house that built this, has released Tropico 4 then Tropico 5. T3 is the best and most complicated of them. Instead of T4 being an improvement of T3, the game changes. It lacks the realism of T3.
Teddy Black "I have no idea what I'm doing...", Amazon
18 September 2014
Summary: This is a great game. I love playing this while I travel or when I'm just bored with my PS4 or WII U or 3DS. It's good to have a fall back on your laptop or pc when you are dying for a good game, this is my back up.
Summary: If your use to the 2d tropico, you may be dissappointed with this game at first. At first I was upset they made it 3d. BUT If you stick with this game through 1 island you will change your mind! This game is great and the 3d was a great change.
Thought this was STEAM DRM; wasn't, got my money back.
Michael Tyler Ryan, Amazon
29 June 2014
Summary: This wasn't STEAM DRM, despite this, Tropico 3 is lots of fun. At 4, they get kind of cartoon-y with the pictures of characters, didnt like that much, but the series kept a good opinion with me through what I did play (3 exstensively and parts of 4) A great challenge, and one of few RTS games that...