Take-Two Interactive announces that its cutlass-wielding strategy sequel is now in stores across North America.
Take-Two Interactive has today announced the North American release of Tropico 2: Pirate Cove. The game is the sequel to the award-winning Caribbean island simulation Tropico, and it sees players assuming the role of a powerful pirate king in the 17th century.
"We look forward to another success with Tropico 2: Pirate Cove," said Kelly Sumner, president of Gathering. "When Tropico first hit store shelves in 2001, it became a runaway best-seller. Tropico fans loved the deep gameplay and sense of humor, and with Frog City's pirate theme, we are able to carry on the Tropico tradition."
For more information on Tropico 2: Pirate Cove, check out our previous coverage of the game. Expect a full review soon.
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