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Tropico 5 – Complete Collection now available on Xbox One at a great price

Tropico 5 – Complete Collection now available on Xbox One at a great price

by Neil Watton (neil363)May 26, 2017

You may have thought that the Penultimate Edition of Tropico 5 was all you ever needed in a dictator sim. But then along came a number of additional DLC packs to enhance your experience, requiring a further, rather considerable, cash outlay. Now though, Tropico 5 – The Complete Collection is available, and it’s not just cheaper than buying the base game plus all the add-ons, it’s cheaper than the initial title itself…by a hefty old margin.

Available now on Xbox One, the Tropico 5 – Complete Collection will set you back just £31.99. Now that in itself may not seem super cheap, and we guess it isn’t, but if you factor in the Penultimate Edition being priced at £39.99, and the four available downloadable content packs each have a price of £6.39, you’re looking at a massive saving.

That’s because the Complete Collection brings together those four packs and the base game into one big bundle, making life easier, and giving those of us who haven’t yet dipped into the latest Tropico world the chance to do so.

In fact, we reckon there is no longer any excuse for not giving it a shot. The Xbox Games Store no doubt agrees.

Game Description:

With three extensive campaigns, 40 islands, over 125 buildings and 10 additional scenarios, this game collection will provide a great deal more than 100 hours of gaming fun on your Xbox One. The Eras – Begin your rule in colonial times, survive world wars and economic crises, ride out the Cold War, and lead your country towards a glorious future. From the 19th to the 21st century, each era will have its own surprises in store for you. The Dynasty – Members of your extended family live on the island and can be hired as rulers, managers, diplomats, or generals. Turn your family members into valuable resources. Research and Renovate – Modernize your nation with new buildings, technologies, and resources. Refurbish outdated structures to make sure that everything is state-of-the-art in your race against time. Cooperative and competitive multiplayer – Up to 4 players can build their own nations on a shared map and have the option of sharing resources, goods, and populations or declaring war on each other.


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Neil Watton (neil363)

An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360’s life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One. A massive racing fan, Forza 4 was the daddy of all Xbox titles but Forza Horizon 3 now trumps that. Online first person shooters are my hell….probably because my reactions are so poor, but give me a little Indie title and I’ll be in heaven.
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  • Rafoca

    Is the coop mode any good?