Tropico 4 is a single player Strategy-City Building game in which players again take on the role of El Presidente, the dictator of the island paradise of Tropico. As in previous game releases in the franchise, you must take full control of the island, and in charting its path be and be seen by residents as anything from tyrannical to benevolent. Features include: a new campaign consisting of 20 missions across 10 new maps, 20 new building types, new interactive disasters, national agendas, a trading system, Facebook and Twitter integration and much more.
Have you ever wanted to rule an island nation? Have you ever wanted to be a dictator, decide which political activists need to “disappear”, run a military state, build a park, or side with communists over the United States? Well, now you can do all of that. I mean, you could have before with Tropico, Tropico 2, and Tropico 3, but now there's Tropico 4! This is the perfect city simulation game for people that always wanted to oppress their citizens in Sim City. Tropico 4 is full of humor and detail—lots of detail. Like, it's almost too much detail. Some people might enjoy controlling the number of jobs available in the factory, their salary, and which citizens to hire/fire for that job, but it left me wanting to turn off the game and let my brain unwind.... Read Review