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Tropico 4 Set for a Q2 Release

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Kalypso Media has announced Tropico 4 is set to release on the Xbox 360 and Windows PC sometime during Q2 2011.

Key Features: * New campaign – Face 20 new challenging missions across 10 entirely new maps * Build Your Vision of Island Perfection – Not only are the graphics enhanced, but 20 new buildings including the stock exchange, shopping mall, aqua park and a mausoleum for El Presidente allow you to craft your perfect balance of beauty and economic efficiency * State of Emergency - Six new interactive disasters including volcanoes, droughts and tornadoes prove that Mother Nature can be a tougher adversaries than opponents bent on your political ouster * Council of Ministers - Appoint selected citizens to ministerial posts to help push through and enact your more controversial decisions and edicts * National Agenda – Receive objectives from Tropican factions, foreign geopolitical powers or opportunities relating to current island events that can further or hamper your dictatorial ambitions * Facebook and Twitter integration – Post live Tweets directly from the game or create posts automatically upon completion of missions, unlocking achievements, etc. Store and display achievements and screenshots of your ultimate island empire on facebook and compare your Dictator Rankings against others online (Windows PC-only feature)

Tropico has always seemed interesting, but never compelling enough to warrant a play. These new features might just be the extra push I needed, but I'll have to wait for a full trailer and some gameplay footage before getting too excited.

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