Tropico 4 Pro Reviews

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Tropico 4 Reviews

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Games Radar 7/10 Sep 13 '11
GameZone 7.0/10 Sep 20 '11
GameZone 7.0/10 Sep 20 '11
GameZone 7/10 Sep 20 '11
Strategy Informer 8.0/10 Dec 31 '69
Team Xbox 8.0/10 Dec 08 '11
Worthplaying 7.5/10 Oct 03 '11
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IGN 360 Jun 14 '11
Games Radar Aug 19 '11
Games Radar Aug 19 '11
GameSpot Jun 09 '11
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GameZone Jun 25 '11
GameZone Mar 09 '11
Gaming Excellence Jul 08 '11
Strategy Informer Jun 16 '11
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" Games offer a lot of fantasy fulfilment options, and while blasting aliens as a bald space marine is enough for some people, there comes a time in every gamer’s life where he/she’s gotta try something different. Put down your imaginary assault rifle for a minute and imagine you’re El Presidente, a Latin American despot in charge of a small island society. Will you rule with a totalitarian fist, crushing dissidents, and stashing bribes in your Swiss bank account? Or will you barter with foreign powers, give your people free education and attempt to create some sort of Utopia? If you’re like us, you might have a 17 year old school teacher assassinated because you misclicked and feel really terrible about it later. ..."
" Games offer a lot of fantasy fulfilment options, and while blasting aliens as a bald space marine is enough for some people, there comes a time in every gamer’s life where he/she’s gotta try something different. Put down your imaginary assault rifle for a minute and imagine you’re El Presidente, a Latin American despot in charge of a small island society. Will you rule with a totalitarian fist, crushing dissidents, and stashing bribes in your Swiss bank account? Or will you barter with foreign powers, give your people free education and attempt to create some sort of Utopia? If you’re like us, you might have a 17 year old school teacher assassinated because you misclicked and feel really terrible about it later. "
"“The ability to control time could be very useful,” says your fictional Presidente after one of Tropico 4's optional tutorials. Really, that sums up the game pretty well. You're an island dictator who's capable of, well, pretty much whatever he damn well pleases. You can slip on your goodie two-shoes, kiss a few babies (and a few more asses), and climb to the top the hard way, or you can bulldoze your glorious tropical paradise to make way for a menagerie of military bases. Sorry, rebellious types, them's the breaks. And by “them's,” we mean “your kneecaps.” And by “breaks,” we mean, well, you know. Our point is you've got some serious power – including, yes, limited time control. Like many politicians, though, El Presidente's incredible promise lacks substance. Dig beneath the surface, and there's really not much to see...  "
"Is the bustling island-life of Tropico 4 you?"
"If you liked Tropico 3, Tropico 4 should definitely make it to your wish list. It's got everything that defined the previous titles, only more and better."
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