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 works well on a console.
Summary: The download was hitch free and the installation was straightforward. I found it very educational as well as entertaining. It kept me occupied for a while although after getting a hang of the mechanics, it might be a little repetitive. Overall, it is a solid game. I now look forward to playing Tropico 4 and Tropico 5.
Summary: I really enjoy this game it is a classic well I can't say city builder since you are building a country lol the game is plenty of fun more centered around building your empire as El presidenta of tropico your job if you choose to do so (You can play anyway you want really I'm just listing my play style as an example) is to make tropico a financially stable island with happy citizens from every walk of life
Summary: If you like the original Tropico, you will like its continuation in Tropico 3. I remember this game from my childhood and it was really fun to get into it once again. It's like the Sims with less focus on the individual characters but more focus on the overall fate of your mini country - you are in charge of its economy, politics, culture, etc.
Summary: A fun game that's like a mix between the Sims and SimCity. The stories are humorous and the graphics are fun if not "cutting edge". This is an older version in the series but because this game can be had for such little money and the newer one not being significantly different, it is really hard to resist this game.
Summary: Tropico 3 takes the parody of carribbean dictatorships to the next level in its sequel. Graphics are drastically better, the interface is easier to use and a little more symplified (especially with certain overlays), and the soundtrack is just as good as the original~now with a radio station. I also like some of the extra buildings they put in and the increased detail with the political factions and their laundry list of demands you can fulfill to curry favor.