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Brainstorm: Omerta: City of Gangsters, November's Atlantic City-based prohibition-era mob simulator developed by Haemimont Games, can't use Nazis as enemies. It wouldn't be historically accurate. So, what about the KKK? And what if the KKK leader was beaten by a black dude in a flamboyant purple ja...

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September 11, 2012 at 11:00PM
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Speak easy and carry a big stick, that's the Omerta way. The prohibition era mob simulator impressed us at Gamescom with its mix of macromanagement and turn-based – a potential alternative for those who aren't into the sci-fi setting of XCOM. ...

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Good news, El Presidente! The next Tropico is developer Haemimont Games' next title after it ships Omerta this fall. Even more interesting, the game won't be as obviously iterative as it was between Tropico 3 and Tropico 4. "We've already started on Tropico. This time we're wiping the whole game cl...

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Omerta: City of Gangsters will muscle its way into retail this November. Developed by Haemimont Games, the Atlantic City mob simulator isn't so much about building a burg like in the developer's Tropico series, but is actually focused on turn-based combat and keeping the economy of the player's mob...

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Publisher Kalypso Media and Tropico series developer Haemimont Games are bringing mob city simulator Omerta - City of Gangsters to Xbox 360 this fall. The game was previously announced for PC, but will now make its way to Microsoft's console, much like Tropico 3, Tropico 4 and Tropico 4: Modern Ti...

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This weekend, everyone can be El Presidente! Tropico 4, easily one of the most charming and polished simulation games in recent memory, is free to play on Steam until Sunday at 1PM Pacific. The game's enjoyable campaign is looooong, so if you like your taste of Tropican life and want to continue, t...

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Tropico 4: Modern Times, whose PC launch was officially announced for next week, clearly shows El Presidente is a man of technologication and has learned to export through digital distribution. The Modern Times expansion is available now through Steam and Amazon for $20. The boxed retail version of...

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People of Tropico! El Presidente here, and I am happy to announce we expect to complete the 40 year plan in just 30 years. View our future magnificence in these photos of our upcoming "Modern Times." Please be sure to contribute $20 in March to invest in our emerging capitalist glory....

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El Presidente will deal with modernity when Tropico 4: Modern Times hits Xbox 360 and PC this March. Propaganda claims the expansion will feature an "extensive" new single-player campaign. Considering Tropico 4's normal campaign lasted dozens upon dozens of hours, we'll take the officials at th...

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This weekend's Steam sale will feature all that Tropico has to offer between 33-66 percent off. Tropico: Reloaded, which includes Tropico 1 and 2, is $2.37, which is less than a bunch of bananas. Another (politically justified) steal is Tropico 3 and its Absolute Power expansion at $3.39 apiec...

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People of Tropico, lend us your ears! A demo for Tropico 4, the latest iteration of the sim series, is available now on the Xbox Live Marketplace. The demo features tutorials and one campaign mission, all in the interest of finding out if being El Presidente is a good career path for you. Trop...

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Dear, magnificent El Presidente, I, Penultimo, your trusted and loyal adviser, understand that you have ordered copies of Tropico 4 not be imported to the island and stated, in your wisdom, that not enough has changed from Tropico 3 to this latest sequel to acquiesce on requested import taxes....

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Banana republic political simulation Tropico 4 is ready for el revolucion on PC this August 30 -- just making that previously announced launch window. The Xbox 360 version has been moved until "mid-September," but any public mentioning of this as a "delay" will involve a blindfold and firing squa...

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Brush up on your speech-writing skills and get set to shape the political and economic future of a small island nation, because the Tropico 4 demo is here. The playable demo includes the tutorial and one mission from the main campaign to give you a taste of what to expect when the game is release...

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People of Tropico, it is I, Juanito! A new teaser trailer for Tropico 4 reveals the latest video game simulation of our beloved island has been delayed until August 2011, for both the Xbox 360 and PC versions. El Presidente would like to inform the people that anything they may have heard abou...

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People of Tropico, rejoice! Our leader, El Presidente, in his infinite wisdom, has declared a launch window for Operation Tropico 4: next quarter, between April 1 and June 30. How thoughtful of our great leader to give us so many dates from which to choose -- but that's not all! El Presidente has a...

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Haemimont Games, the company which brought about the relaunch of the Tropico franchise, recently released a trailer for its new IP, The First Templar. In true Templar fashion, the game appears to be very Grail centric. In true action game fashion, the title also appears to be very stabbing-centric....

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People of Tropico, it is I, Juanito! It appears that El Presidente is ready to simulate his next revolución, as he has ordered Haemimont Games, creators of Tropico 3, to make him another sequel. Tropico 4 has been announced for PC, but publisher Kalypso Games hints at a "possible console ver...

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