Summary: It's so-so. I'm a huge fan of sim city and thought I'd give this a try. It was fun for a few hours but that was all. Very little replayability. Graphics are horrible and gameplay is jumpy and unreliable. Also saved games crash often.
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.
Summary: I love this game and it plays great. The graphics are great. The music is Ok, great if you love "island" music from Jamaica or Cuba. The characters that help you or guide you are also period or local in dialect and appearance.
Summary: I have tropico 4 on PC, and loved it so much I was planning on getting gold edition on xbox when it came out, but it doesn't have all the DLC, it only has the modern times expansion, there is about $25 worth of DLC not included, which I don't like, which means I am not buying.
Review: Tropico 4 Makes The Jump To Modern Times But Is Plagued With Mistakes
Alex Martinet, Amazon
2 February 2012
Summary: It's long been a figure of our imagination to create things to our liking. From stacking countless Lego bricks to make your own personal metropolis, to digital animation used today; or you could choose to avoid the building process entirely and become an el presidente and terrorize the citizens of...