Avventurati in un viaggio tropicale all'insegna del potere! Diventa il dittatore di un'isola sperduta durante la Guerra Fredda. Ammalia, persuadi, spaventa, opprimi o inganna la tua gente per mantenere il potere! Sei un capo di governo generoso e gentile? Oppure un tiranno corrotto e spietato che governa col pugno di ferro?
Valutazione degli utenti:
Recenti:
Molto positiva (23 recensioni) - 95% delle 23 recensioni degli utenti pubblicate negli ultimi 30 giorni sono positive.
Complessivamente:
Molto positiva (1,232 recensioni) - 1,232 recensioni degli utenti (87%) per questo gioco sono positive.
Data di rilascio: 20 ott 2009

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Acquista Tropico 3

Pacchetti che includono questo gioco

Acquista Tropico 3: Gold Edition

Include 2 articoli: Tropico 3 - Steam Special Edition, Tropico 3: Absolute Power

Acquista Tropico Trilogy

Include 4 articoli: Tropico 2: Pirate Cove, Tropico 3 - Steam Special Edition, Tropico 3: Absolute Power , Tropico Reloaded

 

Informazioni sul gioco

Avventurati in un viaggio tropicale all'insegna del potere! Diventa il dittatore di un'isola sperduta durante la Guerra Fredda. Ammalia, persuadi, spaventa, opprimi o inganna la tua gente per mantenere il potere! Sei un capo di governo generoso e gentile? Oppure un tiranno corrotto e spietato che governa col pugno di ferro? Trasforma la tua isola in un paradiso turistico o in un nucleo industriale. Per ottenere voti cruciali durante le prossime elezioni, fa' promesse all'elettorato o diffama gli avversari politici. Manda l'avatar a congratularsi con la gente, a visitare l'isola di un altro giocatore oppure prendi il sole su una spiaggia caraibica.
Sfrutta i superpoteri della Guerra Fredda per ottenere il massimo vantaggio. Tropico 3 offre una visione scherzosa e dissacrante di problemi reali come le politiche del terzo mondo, la corruzione e i regimi totalitari.
  • Una campagna che comprende 15 missioni
  • Generatore di mappe a casaccio
  • Timeline editor
  • Avatar — personalizzabile e sotto controllo del giocatore
  • Discorsi elettorali
  • Simulazione della vita, della famiglia e delle visioni politiche degli abitanti tropicali
  • Veicoli e Strade
  • Nuovi Edifici e nuove unità
  • Punteggio Online
  • Visite delle isole controllate dagli altri giocatori

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimi
    • Sistema Operativo: Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista/7
    • Processore: CPU con 2.5 GHz
    • Memoria: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk: 5 GB di spazio disponibile
    • Grafica: 128 MB Scheda video 3D con Supporto Shader
    • Audio: Scheda audio 16-bit
    • Versione DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
Recensioni dei giocatori
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Recenti:
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Complessivamente:
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Pubblicate di recente
0ttoZ
( 0.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 30 maggio
Tropico 3 Demo about 10 hours on a record

Decices to buy the full game

Got the full game

Played for 20 mins and got bored af

10/10
HLN
( 6.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 29 maggio
weed
Sonic_Master
( 2.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 29 maggio
Loved the game!
Trump 4 Prez
( 4.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 maggio
Fun simulation game. It wasn't too difficult to adapt to but it isn't like any other sim type game. I enjoyed it and didn't find any problems with the game. 7.5/10
Half-Trolled 2
( 4.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
Product received for free
Not a big fan of strategy games,but this one is great and fun,I really enjoy playing it!
Torsionaltub66
( 7.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 12 maggio
good game
Martin Shkreli
( 6.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 12 maggio
Played as Castro and drove my island into poverty and got overthrown as president 10/10
jack_the_beast
( 18.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 11 maggio
A very good game overall, it just suffer from a lack of variety. basically all the games you play are almost the same, it only changes a lot if you choose a turistic economy. recomended overall.
Midoui
( 4.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 10 maggio
Product received for free
Excellent game, although the music sold it for me.
Kasvo
( 1.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 1 maggio
its communist
Ael
( 32.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 30 aprile
Awesome game but if you will buy it now I suggest you buy tropico 4. It's basically an improved version of tropico 3. The only reason for playing this over Tropico 4 would be to experience it's campaign, which is unique to this game and has lot's of the series charms for music and the funny jokes,especially Penultimo!

If you care more about the gameplay, and not the campaign, tho go straight for Tropico 4.

Overall Score for me: 7/10

PS: If you buy the Gold edition the launcher you should be using it's the Absolute Power one, not this one.
XDS
( 44.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 aprile
Just a very addicting and fun game, make sure you have hours to spend before you start the game - 8/10
Bobby Gontarski
( 65.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 23 aprile
Nice game.
Phayzon
( 2.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 aprile
A Succint Review:
Buy an immigration building
Immediately flooded with immigrants
Tropicans can't find jobs
Rebel uprising
Trump builds me a wall
No economy in Tropico
Rebel uprising
[STW]qualenome [PCMASTERRACE]
( 8.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 aprile
Bel gioco, davvero. Nonostante sia stato rilasciato nel lontano 2009 è tutt'oggi un piccolo capolavoro. Grafica molto carina e gameplay piuttosto vasto. Però, come tutti i giochi, dopo un pò annoia. 9/10
Iguana King -FallOff-
( 2.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 16 aprile
i executed a grandma cus she was protesting.

radio dj calls me the great leader.
The Madman
( 3.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 15 aprile
after playing this game
my commie spirit rapidly increase

thx castro and che
ownosourus
( 66.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 10 aprile
City building games have been a staple of PC gaming since the beginning. It is a subset of the RTS genre that helped to pioneer both sandbox gameplay and the concept of nearly limitless replayability. Fastforward to the present and the genre remains very much alive and well in Tropico 3; a game that takes the foundation of the genre, adds a great deal of social and economic depth, and finally puts a Latin twist on it for good measure. Developed by Haemimont Games and published by Kalypso Media, Tropico 3 has all the features of a city-building game developed by the mainstream likes of Electronic Arts.

The first thing that will grab your attention is the visual quality. Tropico 3 brings the beauty of tropical islands to life very similar to the way Far Cry did. From lush forests to arid deserts, the varying environments on a single island help to break up any visual monotony that would normally be a problem. Of course, this isn't to say that the random map generator can't and doesn't create maps with little variation. Thankfully, the game does allow you to preview the landscape before starting on a new island.

If the visuals aren't impressive enough, the soundtrack will get certainly get your attention. The music attempts to capture the authentic Caribbean style and does a fairly good job of it. In fact, the only real downside to the soundtrack is that there doesn't seem to be enough tracks. You will hear the same tracks many, many times during one game, which can last for hours depending on whether you're playing in sandbox mode or a campaign.

In order to maintain the game's authenticity, the majority of the voice acting is Spanish. Moreover, any immigrants or workers hired from other countries will mostly speak English. Only the voice acting that the player needs to understand is done in English with a decent Latin American accent. For example, there is a radio announcer that provides regular updates on the situation of the island.

The gameplay isn't the standard city building players have come to expect from games like Sim City. Instead, Tropico 3's focus is on the social, political, and economic development of the island nation. The game introduces a few factions that the people align themselves with such as Capitalists, Communists, Nationalists, Militarists, Environmentalists, Intellectuals, and the Religious. And, the player is tasked with appeasing these factions whether by building structures such as churches or military bases, signing edicts that reduce pollution or ban contraceptives, or signing treaties with either the U.S. or the U.S.S.R.

The faction system brings a lot of depth to Tropico 3, and it isn't just about increasing the happiness of the overall population. Every couple years an election is held on the island that the player must win. Appeasing a majority of the factions helps secure votes, but it's based on more than making all the factions happy. For example, a majority of the population may belong to a single faction, thus making that faction the most important focus. Knowing which factions to appease and when is crucial to getting reelected. The player can choose to give political speeches during each election, and even pick what topics to address, which can have an effect on the voters.

The elections aren't the only thing to worry about it. There is also the potential for members of a faction to become rebels. If the player makes a faction angry enough, it will increase the number of rebels. Then, those rebels will attempt to sabotage infrastructure, take hostages, spread propaganda, and even assassinate El Presidente. Of course, being in good standing with the Militarists (the army) allows the player to fend off against rebel attacks, which even play out on the streets when they occur.

Economically, Tropico 3 is based entirely around three major sources of revenue: industry, agriculture, and tourism. The player can use farms, which can be set to harvest a variety of crops from food to tobacco; industrial buildings, which take those crops and produce products; and/or tourism attractions, which bring people to the island who will spend money.

Based on the map the player is given, some economic resources such as oil wells and mining deposits, may not be available, forcing the player to rely on other ways of growing the economy. Economic progression in Tropico 3 is a slow process, even using the 3x speed feature that's available. Moreover, it needs to be closely watched by the player because of random events that may occur. For example, throughout the game, the state of the world economy may fluctuate, causing an increase or decrease in the price of your exported goods. These events will impact the player's economy dramatically, forcing the player to take action.

Tropico 3 doesn't offer a huge number of building variations or options like many city building games do, but it doesn't need to. The depth of the game doesn't stem from the cosmetic look of the buildings, but from the dizzying level of depth and customization. For example, all the farms look exactly the same, but the player can set each farm on the island to grow a different crop. Better yet, where the farm is placed affects what types of crops it can grow. Some crops grow best at high altitudes, in high humidity, or in sunny areas. Picking the right crop for the right location can make or break your economy.

To add to the depth, the player can also set the wages of the workers based on the job or education level. Even better than that, players can set wages based on each individual building. For instance, the cooks at one restaurant could make $15 while the cooks at the restaurant close to the tourist's hotel could make $20. Players are also able to easily set the wages of all the cooks, regardless of which restaurant they work at, as simply as clicking a button. The same thing goes for the education level options, which allow the player to set the wage of all employees with no education, a high school education, or a college education.

Player will have to deal with a variety of problems such as pollution, economic disparity, crime, housing, political unrest, foreign influence, overcrowding, extreme weather, and a variety of random events that can impact the island. Hurricanes can sweep in and destroy key buildings such as electric substations, which could create rolling blackouts across the island, reducing the output of industry buildings that require power and lowering the overall happiness of the population.

Despite the game's astounding level of depth and options, however, there are a few problems that can cause headaches. For starters, the in-game tutorial is a less-than-adequate introduction to the game mechanics. It does a fine job of getting the player used to the UI and where certain information is represented, but it doesn't explain how to actually grow the economy or reduce the threat of rebellion. For example, the tutorial will tell the player how to build a farm and set a crop, but it doesn't make it clear how exactly it contributes to increasing revenue.

There are also some minor control issues. For example, when selecting a building to place on the map, the player uses the middle scroll wheel to rotate the buildings orientation. However, the scroll wheel is also used to zoom in and out, which means the player needs to zoom in close enough prior to selecting a building to ensure the placement is correct.

Overall, Tropico 3 should be applauded for its depth and customization. The game's visuals along with its unique and authentic soundtrack help draw the player into its Caribbean setting. And, regardless of its few problems, none of which are game-breaking, it does an excellent job of focusing on the political, social, and economic pieces of the game, each of which often affects the others in some way.
halalliwell
( 24.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 6 aprile
communism
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Pubblicata: 10 aprile
City building games have been a staple of PC gaming since the beginning. It is a subset of the RTS genre that helped to pioneer both sandbox gameplay and the concept of nearly limitless replayability. Fastforward to the present and the genre remains very much alive and well in Tropico 3; a game that takes the foundation of the genre, adds a great deal of social and economic depth, and finally puts a Latin twist on it for good measure. Developed by Haemimont Games and published by Kalypso Media, Tropico 3 has all the features of a city-building game developed by the mainstream likes of Electronic Arts.

The first thing that will grab your attention is the visual quality. Tropico 3 brings the beauty of tropical islands to life very similar to the way Far Cry did. From lush forests to arid deserts, the varying environments on a single island help to break up any visual monotony that would normally be a problem. Of course, this isn't to say that the random map generator can't and doesn't create maps with little variation. Thankfully, the game does allow you to preview the landscape before starting on a new island.

If the visuals aren't impressive enough, the soundtrack will get certainly get your attention. The music attempts to capture the authentic Caribbean style and does a fairly good job of it. In fact, the only real downside to the soundtrack is that there doesn't seem to be enough tracks. You will hear the same tracks many, many times during one game, which can last for hours depending on whether you're playing in sandbox mode or a campaign.

In order to maintain the game's authenticity, the majority of the voice acting is Spanish. Moreover, any immigrants or workers hired from other countries will mostly speak English. Only the voice acting that the player needs to understand is done in English with a decent Latin American accent. For example, there is a radio announcer that provides regular updates on the situation of the island.

The gameplay isn't the standard city building players have come to expect from games like Sim City. Instead, Tropico 3's focus is on the social, political, and economic development of the island nation. The game introduces a few factions that the people align themselves with such as Capitalists, Communists, Nationalists, Militarists, Environmentalists, Intellectuals, and the Religious. And, the player is tasked with appeasing these factions whether by building structures such as churches or military bases, signing edicts that reduce pollution or ban contraceptives, or signing treaties with either the U.S. or the U.S.S.R.

The faction system brings a lot of depth to Tropico 3, and it isn't just about increasing the happiness of the overall population. Every couple years an election is held on the island that the player must win. Appeasing a majority of the factions helps secure votes, but it's based on more than making all the factions happy. For example, a majority of the population may belong to a single faction, thus making that faction the most important focus. Knowing which factions to appease and when is crucial to getting reelected. The player can choose to give political speeches during each election, and even pick what topics to address, which can have an effect on the voters.

The elections aren't the only thing to worry about it. There is also the potential for members of a faction to become rebels. If the player makes a faction angry enough, it will increase the number of rebels. Then, those rebels will attempt to sabotage infrastructure, take hostages, spread propaganda, and even assassinate El Presidente. Of course, being in good standing with the Militarists (the army) allows the player to fend off against rebel attacks, which even play out on the streets when they occur.

Economically, Tropico 3 is based entirely around three major sources of revenue: industry, agriculture, and tourism. The player can use farms, which can be set to harvest a variety of crops from food to tobacco; industrial buildings, which take those crops and produce products; and/or tourism attractions, which bring people to the island who will spend money.

Based on the map the player is given, some economic resources such as oil wells and mining deposits, may not be available, forcing the player to rely on other ways of growing the economy. Economic progression in Tropico 3 is a slow process, even using the 3x speed feature that's available. Moreover, it needs to be closely watched by the player because of random events that may occur. For example, throughout the game, the state of the world economy may fluctuate, causing an increase or decrease in the price of your exported goods. These events will impact the player's economy dramatically, forcing the player to take action.

Tropico 3 doesn't offer a huge number of building variations or options like many city building games do, but it doesn't need to. The depth of the game doesn't stem from the cosmetic look of the buildings, but from the dizzying level of depth and customization. For example, all the farms look exactly the same, but the player can set each farm on the island to grow a different crop. Better yet, where the farm is placed affects what types of crops it can grow. Some crops grow best at high altitudes, in high humidity, or in sunny areas. Picking the right crop for the right location can make or break your economy.

To add to the depth, the player can also set the wages of the workers based on the job or education level. Even better than that, players can set wages based on each individual building. For instance, the cooks at one restaurant could make $15 while the cooks at the restaurant close to the tourist's hotel could make $20. Players are also able to easily set the wages of all the cooks, regardless of which restaurant they work at, as simply as clicking a button. The same thing goes for the education level options, which allow the player to set the wage of all employees with no education, a high school education, or a college education.

Player will have to deal with a variety of problems such as pollution, economic disparity, crime, housing, political unrest, foreign influence, overcrowding, extreme weather, and a variety of random events that can impact the island. Hurricanes can sweep in and destroy key buildings such as electric substations, which could create rolling blackouts across the island, reducing the output of industry buildings that require power and lowering the overall happiness of the population.

Despite the game's astounding level of depth and options, however, there are a few problems that can cause headaches. For starters, the in-game tutorial is a less-than-adequate introduction to the game mechanics. It does a fine job of getting the player used to the UI and where certain information is represented, but it doesn't explain how to actually grow the economy or reduce the threat of rebellion. For example, the tutorial will tell the player how to build a farm and set a crop, but it doesn't make it clear how exactly it contributes to increasing revenue.

There are also some minor control issues. For example, when selecting a building to place on the map, the player uses the middle scroll wheel to rotate the buildings orientation. However, the scroll wheel is also used to zoom in and out, which means the player needs to zoom in close enough prior to selecting a building to ensure the placement is correct.

Overall, Tropico 3 should be applauded for its depth and customization. The game's visuals along with its unique and authentic soundtrack help draw the player into its Caribbean setting. And, regardless of its few problems, none of which are game-breaking, it does an excellent job of focusing on the political, social, and economic pieces of the game, each of which often affects the others in some way.
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32.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 30 aprile
Awesome game but if you will buy it now I suggest you buy tropico 4. It's basically an improved version of tropico 3. The only reason for playing this over Tropico 4 would be to experience it's campaign, which is unique to this game and has lot's of the series charms for music and the funny jokes,especially Penultimo!

If you care more about the gameplay, and not the campaign, tho go straight for Tropico 4.

Overall Score for me: 7/10

PS: If you buy the Gold edition the launcher you should be using it's the Absolute Power one, not this one.
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44.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 aprile
Just a very addicting and fun game, make sure you have hours to spend before you start the game - 8/10
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21.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 6 gennaio
For a game about playing as a dictator,there isnt enough reward for doing so.

It is far easier to attend to the needs of your people than to opress them.It might be your cup of tea,but its not what i was looking for in this game.

I assume you are forced to do villanous things in the campaign,but in sandbox?Not at all.

You cant even muster up your military and establish your "country" as an independent "take-no-♥♥♥♥♥-from-anyone" military power,as an invasion results in instant loss.
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15 persone su 18 (83%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
4.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 29 maggio 2014
Arrivo con il dire che Tropico 3 e veramente un bellissimo gioco.Veramente ben strutturato per essere ambientato In un isola tropicale durante il periodo della guerra fredda in cui vi troverete voi stessi ad amministrare il vostro stesso stato.Come gioco e molto simile a SimsCity ma Tropico e molto meglio di SimCity (A parere mio).Fantastico vedere anche cosa pensa il propio popolo di voi dalle proteste pacifiche alle rivolte dai propi cittadini.Sinceramente per un 1,79 $ ne è valsa la pena comprarlo vale per me anche il prezzo intero.Cabaret,Cinema,Stadio,ecc,,,,,,, devo dire che e un ottimo simulatore.La grafica e discreta non una delle migliori ma man mano che giocherete non riuscirete a scollarvi dal vostro pc.E poi il gioco è abbastanza semplice diventerà difficile quando non riuscirete a far felice la vostra popolazione e scoppieranno rivolte anche da parte dei militari in cui si ribelleranno se non ascolterete le loro richieste e non le soddisferete.Il vostro consigliere sarà un emerito servo ma vi sarà utilissimo a evitare rivolte e carestie

Tropico 3 e riuscito a guadagnarsi sia i miei soldi e ad entrare nella categoria dei miei giochi preferiti !
Voto:9.5/10
Suggerimenti:Compratelo o quando è in offerta
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3 persone su 3 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
11.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 ottobre 2014
Non capisco il motivo di recensioni negative e premetto che è il primo gioco di questa saga che provo. C'è chi si lamente della grafica, che, nonostante il gioco sia un po' datato (ha ormai quasi 5 anni, uscito nel 2009) è comunque godibile (riporto la citazione "playing a game for the graphic is like watching a porn for the plot"), accompagnata da una colonna sonora di stampo latino (forse le canzoni stufano dopo un po', essendo poche e necessitando una partita qualche ora). Per quanto riguarda l'interfaccia, questa risulta abbastanza buona (non utilizzando il tutorial dopo 1-2 ore riuscivo a capire come funzionasse il gioco). Per il resto il gioco fornisce abbastanza varietà, nei tipi di edifici e scelte politico-economiche, che davvero premieranno un giocatore abile (o esperto), oltre a metterlo alla prova qualora tentasse scelte azzardate. Io l'ho ricevuto con l'humble bundle gratuitamente, ma sicuramente vale 5 euro; in offerta lo potete trovare anche a meno!
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7.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 9 ottobre 2014
L'amico impellicciato
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22.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 29 novembre 2014
Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

Olole ola venti cuatro e' junio es hora de cantar!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

Olole ola aqui en Canada es tiempo de bailar!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

Olole ola aqui no hay verano no hay que cansar!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

Olole ola latinoamericano junto a' parrandea'!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

Olole ola para Manuela vamos a cantar!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

Olole ola para camitramos no hay que descansar!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

La noche me llama
(Que venga a bailar)

Venti cuantro e' junio
(Que venga a bailar)

Aqui en Canada
(Que venga a bailar)

Y en pleno verano
(Que venga a bailar)

Latinoamerica
(Que venga a bailar)

Para camitramos
(Que venga a bailar)

Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

Olole ola venti cuatro e' junio es hora de cantar!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

Olole ola aqui en Canada es tiempo de bailar!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

Olole ola aqui no hay verano no hay que cansar!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

Olole ola latinoamericano junto a' parrandea'!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)


Olole ola para camitramos no hay que descansar!
(Olole ola la noche me llama que venga a bailar)

Venga a bailar x9000

Translation:

Like that! Come on!

Olole ola the night calls me to dance!
(Olole ola the night calls me to dance!)

Olole ola 24th of June is time to sing!
(Olole ola the night calls me to dance!)

Olole ola here in Canada is time to dance!
(Olole ola the night calls me to dance!)

Olole ola there is no summer here and there is no rest!
(Olole ola the night calls me to dance!)

Olole ola LatinAmericans together come party!
(Olole ola the night

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16.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 28 ottobre 2014
Io lo trovo un gioco veramente bello, pur avendo ormai 5 anni sulle spalle.

Lo consiglio a chiunque ama i giochi gestionali, come sims city o quant'altro.
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8.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 23 settembre 2014
è un bel gioco per passare il tempo
Consigliato 9/10
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0.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 29 novembre 2014
bello
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(E' uscito il 5, ma lo recensisco lo stesso)
Meraviglioso,non ho riscontrato fattori negativi

9,5/10
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Pubblicata: 29 giugno 2014
I own all the Tropico games and I enjoy them all.I would pick Tropico 3 as the most fun of them all.It is not as challenging as Tropico 2 but that is not the kind of challenge I'm into so I didn't mind. The original and it's expansion are classics but I prefer #3

Tropico #3

Pros-

#1.Good Graphics

#2.Many Buildings to build

#3.Custom El Presidente

#4.Rebels will fight you if you don't please your people

#5.Some good music

#6.The radio guy can be helpful and funny



Cons-

#1.Building buildings gets old

#2.The roads are too big

#3.You can't make roads anywhere on the map.You would think you could get a bulldozer or dynamite and have enough slaves I mean your people lol to lower/raise/flatten any land you want.Not being able to connect all the roads sucks

#4.It is really easy to beat the rebels once you learn how to play

#5.One of the songs in the game I don't like it and they don't allow us to control what song is played.I just mute the music for a few minutes and then turn it back on.They could of added more songs also

#6.The radio guy gets really repetitive and I'm sure some can't stand him.I can tolerate him for awhile but I get sick of him too

#7.The maps are so small and it makes putting the tourists buildings in a area they can all fit and is allowed a serious problem.You can't place the buildings anywhere or less people will go to them.It would be like telling you to stay at a hotel in the ghetto part of the island.Some tourists just wont do it.That is realistic but the maps are so small.If they fix this the roads can remain big

#8.The majority of edits you never ever use.A few are good but most of them there is no reason to do them

#9.USA and USSR will circle your waters if you don't do something better.You will just lose if you don't fix it.If I am going to lose come on my island and shoot it out with me and my soldiers then

#10.I don't think the cops do anything.I saw they drive around and arrest people when you tell them to.I don't know if it lowers crime rates but if you are playing to help your people you wont need cops

#11.Prisons are even less needed.Unless you are going to act evil you wont need a prison for sure.I never saw a cop arrest anyone unless I told them to


The Bottom Line -

Tropico 3 is a fun game that will let you create your own city.I found the rebels first attack on me to be a wtf moment.It was funny and cool.I would also call that realistic.Once I got the hang of it I could make my people happy and defend myself and make plenty of money

I played as an evil El Presidente and it was ok but I could kill anyone that wasn't related to the military or cops/prison officers and get away with it.The rebels couldn't beat me because I treated the military so much better than everyone else and I always had an army.I never killed the wives of my soldiers and I wonder what happens then.I doubt it would of mattered I could just replace them.I found it less fun to act evil because they can't beat you once you have the military setup the right way

Once you are making good money the game gets really boring.I would of liked it had I been able to make a full military.Have buildings create Tanks,Fighter Jets ect and prepare for war.Then after that conquer another island or be invaded by a country that was a more even fight.I don't mean fight the USA or USSR but a similar country.It would of made a multiplayer game really fun

Tropico 4 could have 2 settings

#1 Financial

All it is about is building and money and they remove the rebels.This is great for kids and people who don't even like the rebels killing you or you killing them

#2 Financial and War

You have the same buildings as #1 but also weapons buildings and navy/air force/army/marines related buildings.The rebels would be there but the rebels would create and/or even take over your buildings.Make them tougher with more tactics.Plus the objective of the game is to stay in control of your own island which would be harder and then take over other islands.Then you got the multiplayer version

This would create not only a better game but it would appeal to more people.I hope Tropico 4 looks something like this as I have not played it yet but if it doesn't I hope Tropico 5 does.

My 2 cents

Dan
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Haha, once, a fruit-exporting company made me an offer, which could wipe away company's debt.
I declined the offer, and 2 weeks after that, the head of the company jumped from Empire State Building roof.
I bought their company for 10000$

10/10
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Tropico 3 is a pretty fun game. While you don't have as many options of creation and aren't really in battle with any other nation as you would in Civilization games, you're faced with a much different, and in my opinion player-friendly playstyle.

You're essentially in control of an island. As "El Presidente", you're given the options of running said island however you wish. Want to be an industry titan, producing oil, cigars and rum in mass quantity to make your city prosper? Or will you make the island a "paradise" and profit off tourists in hotels? The choice is yours.

Well, ish. The industry option MASSIVELY overpowers tourism in revenue, and also is better of when you focus on just one type of product. However, the game is still quite fun and the possibilites endless.

The events and occur in the campaign are interesting and add a twist to your gameplay, which by the way, is still themed as you being a dictator on an island. The said island has different interest groups, and some are more powerful than others. You may wish to build a church over a factory if elections are close and the religious group is upset. Or maybe even an army base, lest you wish your own generals and soldiers turn on you.

The way you control these groups is up to you. Do you praise democracy and have free elections? Or do you declare martial law and shoot any protesters on sight? The choice is yours, Presidente.

I got this game through a Humble Bundle, and do not regret the purchase.
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Tropico 3 is a light city/state building simulator.
+ Nice graphics
+ Polished gameplay
+ It gets you in to that tropican mood.
+ Funny

- If you've played an older Tropico, its more of the same. Even the character traits are the same. I expected more or different elements to the game compared to Tropico 1.
- Building roads is a hassle in this game.
- Experienced some CTD's
- its a bit light if you are looking for a serious city game.

Overall a fun game but more of the same
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Pubblicata: 10 ottobre 2014
Used aid money to buy a solid gold statue of myself and placed it at the dock so dem immigrants see my superiority
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