A new trailer for Tropico 4 confirms one thing: it's more of what Tropico 3 gave us. Which is really all I need to know to make it my third most anticipated game for the rest of this year after Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Arkham City.
Why? Because I put around 80 hours total into Tropico 3 on the Xbox 360. Not because I hated the PC version, but because the control scheme worked well on the console and you could manage the slow-moving life of a banana republic island with your feet up, lying down on the couch. It was the ultimate exercise in laziness!
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