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Info about recent small update

29 April 2014

Hi guys!

As some of you may have noticed, there was a small update for Tropico 4 on the 28th of April 2014. Just to eradicate any confusion: This update was solely to address an issue with the korean version of the game and should not really bring any changes to other language versions. Sorry for not addressing this in time.

If you happen to have any problems or see irregularities after the patch, please contact us at support@kalypsomedia.com

Many greetings,
Chris

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Tropico 5 Closed Beta Registration Open!

26 Februari 2014

Do you want the chance to play the upcoming and highly anticipated fifth instalment of the Tropico series? Under the wise and benevolent guidance of El Presidente, players can help make Tropico 5 the best game possible by taking part in a Closed Beta test this March.

Register for the Tropico 5 Beta test now!

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Recensioner

“Welcome to Paradise.”
Gamesradar
“This sequel will build on everything people enjoyed in Haemimont's Tropico 3 and offer more of it.”
GameSpot

Specialutgåva

...inkluderar ön (Isla Nublar), en El Presidente avatarkostym (Luchador) och 50 Steam-framsteg. El Presidente är tillbaka för att regera allt!

Om spelet

Världen förändras och Tropico hänger med i tiden - geografiska härskare stiger och faller och världen domineras av nya spelare med nya krav och erbjudanden - och du, som El Presidente, står inför en helt ny uppsättning av utmaningar. Om du ska segra över dina nejsägare behöver du få så mycket stöd från människorna som möjligt. Dina beslut kommer att forma framtiden för din nation, och ännu viktigare, storleken på ditt egna bankkonto.
Tropico 4 bygger vidare på spelupplägget från förra spelet med nya politiska tillägg ~ inklusive fler supermakter att förhandla med, tillsammans med förmågan att utse ministrar till makten för att få mer kontroversiell politik. Men kom ihåg att hålla dina vänner nära och dina fiender närmare eftersom alla har en agenda! Din politiska duglighet kommer att bli grundligt testad, eftersom nya naturkatastrofer kommer att ha folket ropade efter dig och din regering för att hjälpa dem att återhämta sig från något av de värsta Moder Natur kan ge.
Tropico 4 ger också en ny nivå av social interaktion med tillägg av Facebook och Twitter integrerat. Skriv kommentarer på Twitter direkt från spelet och låt uppdateringar skickas ut när du slutför uppdrag eller låser upp nya prestationer. Du kan även ta skärmdumpar av din växande ö och lägg upp din drömskapelse på din Tropico 4 Facebook-sida och jämföra din interaktiva Diktator Rankning på online-topplistorna.

Huvudfunktioner:

  • En ny kampanj bestående av 20 uppdrag på 10 nya kartor.
  • 20 nya byggnader inklusive börsen, köpcentrumet, vattenparken och ett mausoleum till El Presidente.
  • Sex nya interaktiva katastrofer, inklusive vulkaner, torka och tornados.
  • Ministerrådet - välj medborgare att administrera tjänster i regeringen för att driva igenom flera kontroversiella beslut.
  • Nationella Agendan - få information från de Tropicanska grupperna, utländska geopolitiska befogenheterna eller möjligheter kopplade till den aktuella öns händelser såsom pågående katastrofer.
  • Facebook och Twitter integration.
  • Skärmdumpsgalleri - ta skärmdumpar av ditt tropiska paradis och dela det på din Facebook-sida.
  • Handelssystemet - importera och exportera varor till/från andra nationer för att öka din ekonomi eller produktion.

Systemkrav

    • Operativsystem: Windows XP SP3 (32-bit), Vista / 7 (32 eller 64-bit)
    • Processor: 2 GHz Dual Core-CPU
    • Minne: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Shader Model 3.0 (Geforce 6600 eller högre, Radeon X1600-Series), 256 MB, DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hårddisk: 5 GB ledigt hårddiskutrymme
    • Ljud: DirectX-kompatibelt
    • Operativsystem: Windows Vista / 7 (32 eller 64-bit)
    • Processor: 2 GHz Quad Core-CPU
    • Minne: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Shader Model 3.0 (Geforce 8800 eller högre, Radeon HD4000-Series eller högre), 512 MB, DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hårddisk: 5 GB ledigt hårddiskutrymme
    • Ljud: DirectX-kompatibelt
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Remember Sim City? The game where you take an empty landscape, and slowly but surley transform the area, from a small town, to a gigantic Metropolis?

Picture all of that but instead of a landscape, it's a Carribean Island. Instead of turning a small town into a Metropolis, you're turning a third world Banana Republic, into a competent, capable nation, able to compete with the bigger world powers during the Cold War.

This is what Tropico is.


Tropico 4 is the fourth installment, in a line of City Management/Political Play/Strategy games, that has existed since the very early 2000s. Aside from certain notable additions, the major gameplay, and most of the models and graphics, are recycled from Tropico 3. Which, while I kinda wish they did a revamp of models, I understand the sentament. The gameplay isn't broken, and the models are just visual representations of what they are.

There are many additions to this game, some really add something to the game, others are pretty cool and add a bit, and some are just kinda meh.

One of the major gameplay mechanics is Political juggling between Seven Factions (Capitalists, Communists, Religious, Evironmentalists, Militarists, Nationalists, and Loyalists) as well as the Unites States, and The Soviet Union. The seven factions are still around, but now there are three more foreign powers, Europe, China, and The Middle East. Unlike the Soviets and Americans, who will invade you if you're relations with one or the other get's too low, these three won't invade you, as much as remove bonuses you recieve during good relations. Somtimes during your reign on the island, you'll get noticed that something bad happened between one of the nations, and you'll have to pick a side. There are also representatives for the factions. They mostly add two things. First, a face and personality to represent the faction they represent. Second, to provide side objectives during your reign to earn respect if you've lost some. The side objectives go for the Nations too, mostly in the form of sending goods that nation likes, or donating some money to that nation to earn respect.

There three more additions worth talking about, firstly, there is a story driven campaign, a first for the Tropico series. You are Presidente, being mentored by a Generalisimo Santana, in the ways of managing a nation, and growing it Economically, treating your citizens right, knowing when to "kick the dog", and overall just staying in power and not getting killed or kicked out of office.

The second is Imports. Generally speaking, if your island is a giant rock and little vegitation for food, then you're screwed and have to make the most of it. Otherwise, you can import! Say your on an island with a free Weapons Factory to build! But oh no, there is no Iron on the island at all! No worries, just have a stable economy, and import the iron from one of the foreign powers. It'll arrive on the next ship, be proccesed in the factory, and you'll earn alot of money!

Finally, there are the Disasters. In Tropico 3 you mostly had five "negative" events that could occur. A rebel attack, a coup from your own military, a hurricane, an uprising, and a faction disaster if a faction really hates you. Now there are Natural disasters to spice things up. Now you have to worry about events you can predict (via a Weather Station), but cannot control. Things like Volcanic Eruptions (if your island has a volcano), A Tornado (or several if you're really unlucky), a Tsunami, Oil Spill, fires, and droughts. Fires from volcanos and derelict buildings can be fixed by either paying for a helicopter to put it out, or by building a firestation. I personally like these disasters, because in Tropico 3 I was such a good presidente that I never had to worry about a coup or anything like that. Now, there is something I can worry about when my island is happy.

So far I really like that the game is still easy to play in general (once you know what to do that is), and the additions are very nice. But I have some cons.

Somtimes you'll get a notice about doing something and have to choose an option. You can't exit out to check your almanac to see what it could impact and how to fix it, you have to choose, and that sucks sometimes. Also some missions in the campaign are pretty tough on you. You have to make sure you've picked the right traits for President to make the island truley yours.

I don't do reviews, so I won't use a number system, and instead list the pros and cons, and then a final statement as to wether you should really grab this or not.

PROS:

-Game Mechanics are the same, with additions like imports.
-Disasters add suspense and more risk to buildings wrecked.
-Story is fun and simple
-Characters have well drawn charicature type portraits to represent them
-Some new buildings to help out with the new additions

Cons:

-AI for the Tropicans are competent, but man do they job hop around, and they'll walk through Morder itself just to get some corn.
-Sometimes a choice won't let you check statistics to really understand an impact.
-Some missions in the campaign aren't easy.

Should you buy this game? If you like Sim City, you'll love Tropico 4, if you like Sim City, but want it on a smaller scale, you'll love Tropico 4, if you want to try a "modern" Sim City game, but EA screwed it up, then You'll like Tropico 4.

But if you don't like statistics, or the recycled models and gameplay, as well as the AI, I wouldn't reccommend it.

It's $29.99 on Steam, but I'd also reccomend you grab Tropico 3 for it's cheaper price, and they're the same gameplay wise.
Upplagd: 19 Februari 2014
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82 av 90 personer (91%) fann denna recension hjälpsam
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22 recensioner
29.0 timmar totalt
Long live El Presidente!

This game is in my opinion combination of Civilization and Settlers game with tropical atmoshpere. I played Tropico 3 for long time and this is not expection. Going to play all day this game!
ATTENTION: if you buy this game buy Modern Times DLC too, it's worth of price and adds more basic elements to game.
Upplagd: 16 Mars 2014
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146 av 188 personer (78%) fann denna recension hjälpsam
65 produkter på kontot
3 recensioner
388.3 timmar totalt
I had to uninstall this game to stop me from playing it.
Upplagd: 9 Mars 2014
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47 av 48 personer (98%) fann denna recension hjälpsam
717 produkter på kontot
3 recensioner
131.6 timmar totalt
One of the few games that I bought when It came out and payed full price for the dlcs as well.

Its a fun city building game with humor. It is pleasant to look at and you can almost build your city the way you like. Being on tropical island is refreshing.

You are basically a standard Latino dictator (parody of Castro) who has to build up his Island into a prosperous city amidst the Cold war. You can choose to make your government more communist oriented or capitalist. In doing so you get the support from one of the Super powers. Similarly, you get various benefits or disadvantages in your international relations depending on how you run your island.

Farming, industry, tourism, education, transport are some of the many aspects of the economy you'll have to manage in order to keep your islanders fed and happy.

This is only a single player game though. The only thing you can do is upload your city in sort of high scores fashion where other folks can check it out. But for some reason I had trouble doing so.

If you can get it cheap (on sale) then you can easily enjoy it for couple of days at least. Even if you get Tropico 5 when it comes out, some of the content will stay unique as in Tropico 3 like the radio broadcaster/ commentator and music etc.
Upplagd: 19 April 2014
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19 av 21 personer (90%) fann denna recension hjälpsam
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3 recensioner
31.7 timmar totalt
I turned ancient ruins into a dungeon to torture my enemies while I went to the movies. 10/10
Upplagd: 18 April 2014
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2 av 2 personer (100%) fann denna recension hjälpsam
149 produkter på kontot
1 recension
28.8 timmar totalt
A good-looking, accessible, charming city-builder. Not much new here from Tropico 3, but lots of potential for Tropico 5.
Upplagd: 2 Januari 2014
Var denna recension hjälpsam? Ja Nej

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