Summary: The game is not suited for play by someone who has not played the earlier versions of Tropico. There are no instructions or screens to explain how to use the controller. If you have previously played a version, you would know how to move or place or pick up items. If not, you haven't got a clue. That was me! I was looking for a "build" game, a Sims type game, and this would have been great. But, if you can't use the controller, it isn't worth anything.
Summary: Expected alot more.. in total there's 21 missions i think aha but yeah it kinda gets repetetive once youve played about 10 missions as the islands just appear the same most of the time, if you like games like this then buy it but i wouldnt hesistate to jump at this game!
Summary: Tropico is not very different from the third part of the series. There are however some clever extra possibilities which make this game even more fun than the last edition. But surely not a must if you have the other parts.
Summary: Pratiquement aucune évolution notable par rapport au 3. On est clairement dans le foutage de gueule avec ce pseudo tropico 4 d'autant plus qu'il garde les nombreux travers du 3 (pas de terra formation, El president qui ne sert à rien ou presque, une interface de gestion des stats hyper mal foutue et peu ergonomique et j'en passe).