Summary: This game is epic. If you've never played Tropico, give it a try! It's easy to get into and is not a frantic game. I sometimes play this when I want to relax and think carefully about my next moves. 4 is the best I've played and haven't tried 5 yet. Waiting for the price to come down but I will eventually try it! All the sequels are pretty much the same but with a few extra buildings and features. This has got great longevity but will eventually become a little tiresome.
The game is fine. What I want to comment on is the ...
16 August 2014
Summary: The game is fine. What I want to comment on is the fact that you have to have a Kalypso Launcher Account. BEWARE You possibly may have to wait several hours to days to get a verification email. Always check spam and try different providers if needed.
Summary: I've played Tropico 3 when it first came out and was instantly hooked by Tropico's game concept. It took be awhile before I tried Tropico 4 but once I started to play I became addicted. I'd stay up late into the night strategizing what my next move will be. Whether I'd build more farms and pastures or turn the island into an industrial powerhouse.
Summary: I went into Tropico 4 without many expectations. T4 was my first foray into the Tropico universe, and while a fan of city-builders, I thought this would be a campy, poor little game just to tide me over to the next XBox release. I can admit I was wrong. The game certainly has it's campy moments, but overall, it's quite fun and even has a dynamic and quite lengthy campaign element, something that has been missing from most city-builders for some time.