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  • Summary: Tropico 4 Gold Edition is the ultimate city building experience, including: Tropico 4 and the "Modern Times" expansion. As the president of a tiny Caribbean island, it's up to you to lead your country to greatness! Will you be a benevolent and tolerant leader, or a power-madTropico 4 Gold Edition is the ultimate city building experience, including: Tropico 4 and the "Modern Times" expansion. As the president of a tiny Caribbean island, it's up to you to lead your country to greatness! Will you be a benevolent and tolerant leader, or a power-mad dictator? Will your economy rely on tourism, farming, big business or cheap sweatshops? The decisions you make will shape the future of your island, and more importantly, the size of your off-shore bank account. Expand
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  1. May 9, 2014
    4
    I feel like I spend most of my time in game waiting for things to happen - waiting for the buildings I selected to be built, waiting forI feel like I spend most of my time in game waiting for things to happen - waiting for the buildings I selected to be built, waiting for workers to produce goods, waiting for the ship to arrive and take the goods.... It's tedious and a bit like watching paint dry. I even found myself playing a second game on my ipad at the same time because this one was boring me. Once you discover the optimum strategy for building up your town, you pretty much find yourself repeating the same actions over and over again for each scenario despite the objectives presumably being different each time. The humor is good, the storyline is okay, and I usually like building games, but the frustration factor outweighs the entertainment for me. I'd only recommend Tropico 4 if you have a lot of free time to watch repetitive things happening at a tortoise pace. Expand