Tropico 4: Modern Times Reviews (Xbox 360)
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Gaming Nexus (Apr 23, 2012)
After spending some time with Tropico 4: Modern Times, it’s hard to resist the temptation of spending a few more hours of ruling as either a beloved or hated dictator. The addition of amusing structures and edicts along with a lengthy and quirky campaign create for quite a memorable gaming experience. Often challenged with important questions, gamers are truly given complete freedom in defining their reign as El Presidente.
ZTGameDomain (Apr 12, 2012)
With the 12 new missions and the changes to the game play, it really should be hard not to recommend Modern Times. However, a $15 price tag does seem a bit steep for what you get and should have really been five dollars cheaper. If you are a die-hard fan of the franchise, then go and treat yourself. For those who only like to dip their toes a bit, waiting for a price drop may be prudent.
Entertainment Depot, The (May 04, 2012)
I don’t know if other players will experience the same glitches I did, or if I’m just the exception, but either way, I still feel as though the good outweighs the bad in Modern Times. The DLC is over half the length of the base game, making it an excellent value for the price. The new additions don’t impact the gameplay on a fundamental level, but they give the game enough variety to keep it interesting. If you enjoyed Tropico 4, then Modern Times provides more of the same alongside some great new additions.