Summary: I like building things, it is strategic. I've always loved this game, with the franchise releasing more and more versions of this game, what are they at Tropico 5? Anyway, if you want to be a Fidel Castro. This is the game for you!
Summary: I love this game and if you're any sort of fan of SIM games, you'll love it too. Absolutely beautiful graphics, especially on HD TV's. Seriously detailed game, hours and hours of entertainment!
Summary: This game is an underwhelming city builder. It has style, which other city builders tend to lack, and the game has some nice options ranging from an okay campaign to a sandbox scenario on a randomly generated island. Unfortunately, the game severely lacks polishing. After playing this over three years past its release, it still suffers from an unbelievable amount of bugs. I can only This game is an underwhelming city builder.
Summary: I love this game, I've been playing it for hours and hours. Basically you build a city, keep your citizens happen, provide them with jobs, housing and entertainment and so on. Plus you can set up a tourism industry to get tourists to make money. You export any goods you have such as logs, furniture, food that you collect and make. So much to do. There is however one major bug, you can't load saved games of big cities you have created. Which is a real shame.
Summary: I would have enjoyed the game if it wasn't for all that implicit US propaganda inside the game. Basically you have to let US companies take over your natural resources to succeed (when that has caused and still causes many Latinamerican countries to get poorer every day). Then other crazy history lessons from this particular game -Apparently Che Guevara was an alcoholic (yes, like 2 times US president George W Bush) -In the same dictator list where they put animals like...