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Zum Spielen wird die Steam-Version des Hauptspiels Tropico 3 - Steam Special Edition benötigt.

Veröffentlichung: 17 Mai 2010
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Zum Spielen wird die Steam-Version des Hauptspiels Tropico 3 - Steam Special Edition benötigt.

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Über das Spiel

Tropico 3: Absolute Power ist die erste offizielle Erweiterung des bejubelten Hits Tropico 3 es beinhaltet viele neue Optionen und Sie sind der Herrscher einer kleinen karibischen Nation. Neue Feldzüge, Missionen, Inseln und einzigartige Gebäude machen dieses Spiel spannender als je zuvor. Es liegt in Ihren Händen wie lang Ihr Siegeszug andauert.

    Neue Schlachten beinhalten 10 komplett neue Missionen und Inseln

    Neue Gebäude Mülldeponie, Yachthafen, Grundschule und vieles mehr

    Neue Verordnungen ein Nationalfeiertag nur Ihnen zu Ehren, eigenes Geld drucken und alle politischen Parteien ausgrenzen, die nicht Ihren Regeln folgen, sind Teil des Spielspaßes

    Neues Auftreten und Erscheinungsbild um El Presidente's Herrschaft zu verstärken

    Neue riesige Wahrzeichen gewaltige Dekorationen Ihres Wahlkampfs und Statuen zeichnen Sie als wirtschaftlicher und politischer Stratege aus und machen Ihre Insel dadurch unverwechselbar.

    Neue "loyalistische" Fraktionen beinhaltet Ihre treuen Anhänger

    Viele Radioankündigungen und ein neuer Radiosender, der auf lustige Art Ihre Spielzüge kommentiert.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP SP 2 / Vista / Windows 7
    • Prozessor: 2.4 GHz Single Core
    • Speicher: 1 GB
    • Grafik: DirectX 9.0c kompatibel, 256 MB (Shadermodel 3.0 vorausgesetzt)
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Festplatte: 5 GB
    • Sound: DirectX kompatibel
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1 von 3 Personen (33%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Super Spiel aber nach kanpp 20-30h vergeht der Spielspaß.

Verfasst: 12 Februar 2014
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Das spiel ist der größte dreck habe 1 monat investiert auf einmal gucke ich alle meine spielstände würden gelöscht! ICH EMPFEHLE ES KEINEN!!!!!
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20 von 20 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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This is a surprisingly good city builder or rather a 3rd world simulator. It is very different than games like Sim City and Cities XL. Those two games are more macro city builders, where in two or three mouse clicks you can make city blocks where 1,000 people might live. With Tropico and the Tropico series in general, you need to place each building, each road and your island along with the time it takes your construction company to build it. Your entire island might get to be 200 - 500 'Tropicans.'

Each Tropican has needs... Food, religion, job, healthcare, entertainment, safety and so on. The catch is every Tropican's needs have a certain weight to them based on what political party / faction they believe in. Each faction has major and minor demands. The military will want more soldiers, so you need to build an army base. The religious faction will want a church or cathedral. The capitalist party will want privatization or upscale entertainment. The communist party will want you to enable the free public housing edict or have etiquette healthcare.

On top of that, you balance political relations with the USA and USSR. If they get too bad, one of the two will basically take over your country and it will be game over. It is interesting how many ways that you can get game over. The most common way to get a game over is to lose an election. You don't have to have elections even. You're in charge. If you don't want an election, the nationalist party will hate you and your loyalist party will love you. If you opt to have elections, it will be vise versca. People will call for early elections and when you have elections, you can see preliminary results and you can even sway (cheat) elections. Its all at the risk of a party's love.

It is pretty cool having to pick 3 things to make a speech about and then fulfill campaign promises, but its all pretty easy. Winning elections is pretty easy, especially compared to how difficult it was to win any elections in the original Tropico. It was so bad in that game, that it was almost impossible to win an election without stuffing the ballot box.

When citizens hate you, and there will be plenty that do, they will either peacefully protest or become rebels. Once you have enough rebels against you, they will attack your most remote buildings. Your army will then go fight them, but if the rebels outnumber your army, the rebel will win and the buildings will be destroyed. The rebels can attack your palace or flat out assassinate you for a game over.

Tropico has a single player campaign with a lot of scenarios. You don't just pick scenarios, you unlock them. Each scenario seems to have scenario specific events that only occur in the scenarios. Some scenarios last 30 minutes, others a few hours as you take an island from 1950 - 1990 or so. At the start of each scenario you can pick a player character from historical tropican dictators or make your own avatar. You can even make personality traits that will result in pros and cons. It can drastically change your play style if you are incorruptible and never have any crime or have a green thumb and have high farm yields at the cost of low factory production.

The graphics are beautiful and you'll see every Tropican walking around, hopping in their car and driving to locations. The music is nice and very Tropican / Salsa music. The radio DJ and the rebel DJ will provide a lot of flavor to what you're doing. The rebel DJ will always heckle you and every line is said with tongue in cheek humor. The game knows you're all powerful and while being a dictator is usually seen as a horrifyingly negative thing, the humor twists it into a silly positive thing.

The only letdown is the fact there are no Steam achievements, yet it is the Steam Special Edition.
Verfasst: 6 Mai 2014
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11 von 11 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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The first time I bought Tropico I was looking for something different. Tired of the same old shoot-em-up stuff. Tropico had just come on the market and looked interesting. I was supprised at how much fun it was. i found it very addictive and ended up spending a lot of time in it. I tryed Tropico Pirate's cove but couldn't get into it. I saw that Tropico 3 had gone back to more the way it was and I wanted to play it again so I bought it. I am not sorry I did. There are some things I don't care as much for but overall I think it is a great game. I would recomend this to anyone.
Verfasst: 6 März 2014
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9 von 10 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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The hardest of all Tropico games IMHO. I personally enjoyed Tropico 4MT more, but this is a great game and beating it is a real challenge
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