Summary: Fun game but not very expansive. It gets old kind of fast, after a few days of playing I am tired of it. The buildings advance and you can't use older buildings which extremely limits the look of your island.
Summary: When I bought the game, I figured that it would be a semi- SimCity experience. It wasn't. The user interface is kinda complex and hard to navigate through. Very few things you can do in the gameplay as a "president". Other than that, it's alright.
Summary: This should have been a free down-load upgrade? They 'fixed' a few things from ver. 3, and included Modern Times. Don't recommend it. If you already have version 3, don't waste money on the upgrade. If you are new to Tropico, get this version. Overall, I enjoy Tropico.
Fun, but lacks depth compared to other city-builders
A. Whitehead "Werthead", Amazon
21 April 2013
Summary: A Caribbean politician becomes the ruler - 'El Presidente' - of the small country of Tropico, scattered across several islands. He must guide his nation to peace and prosperity, evading rebel coups and placating the feuding superpowers along the way.
Summary: The games runs fine on vista no glitches.The drm really stinks I had to get a code from the company that took 2 days.This should not happen when you buy a game.Tropico4 is like tropico3 kind of slow but still a good game.