Bundlestars have gone all
tropical Tropico on us.
You can grab all these Tropico games from the Bundlestars Store.
Gamesplanet.de have more awesome games listed on sale:
This is just some notable titles I have chosen from the extensive sale. Be sure to visit Gamesplanet.de to check out the full Sale!
Ever wanted to run a banana republic? Now your weirdly specific dreams can be realised for less in this huge Wingamestore sale.
Here are some of the highlights:
We reckon that their Tropico 5 price isn't all that great, though the DLC is available at a decent saving. Thanks Gooner!
A new, almost absurdly cheap bundle of PC indie titles has popped up on our radar. The Brutal Bundle is serving up a collection of ten games -- including notable titles such as the Steam special edition of Tropico 4 and the utterly brilliant Stealth Bastard Deluxe -- for a measly £3.64.
Here's a rundown of all of the games in the bundle, and you can check out our Stealth Bastard Deluxe review here.
The bundle offer expires just before Valentine's Day on February 13th.
Pay what you want for Tropico Reloaded (Steam Key minimum = $1)
Beat the average (currently $4.17) for Tropico 3 Steam Special Edition
Beat the fluctuating higher tier price (currently $7.30) for Tropico 4 Steam Special Edition
Flex your despot muscle and snap up this great Xbox 360 deal from The Hut. Tropico III puts you in charge of a Caribbean island as an all-powerful dictator, in a city-building style resource-management strategy game. Currently at this price The Hut is managing to undercut even Amazon by £3.49!
Console owners can be a little disappointed when it comes to real-time strategies or resource-management games, but Tropico III manages to help correct that. While it’s not a must-have buy, as a strategy game it does more than enough things right to keep you interested throughout its 15 missions. It takes the standard approach providing you with a land filled with resources ready to plunder, and blimey the tropical island of Tropico does look attractive. It makes a change from the usual depressing cityscapes or alien worlds you’re usually put in charge of.
Starting off you have to pull this backwater island out of the quagmire and start building farms, lumberyards and places for your subjects to live. Once you’ve got the cash it’s then the real dictator action starts, as you’re able to invest in the secret police or social security, depending on how nice you’re feeling. It’s a fun game but it’s is effectively a remake of the original, great if you’ve never played it, not so great if you have. Set in a Cold War world there’s plenty of colour in the storyline and you’ve got the constant threats of home-grown revolutionaries, Commies behind every tree and the capitalist pig-dog Americans trying to get its hands on your beautiful island.
While it’s hardly anything new, you might be craving a bit of resource management, and who doesn’t on a rainy weekend - Tropico III is worth the investment, especially at this price!
Thanks to amibees on Hotukdeals!