Tropico 5 and Dungeons 2 Console Release Dates Set for May 2016

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Kalypso Media has announced the console release dates for Tropico 5 and Dungeons 2.

Both games will be launching on May 24th in North America and on May 26th in Europe. While Tropico 5 will launch for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the Realmforge Studios’ developed Dungeons 2 is only coming to PlayStation 4.

The Xbox One edition of Tropico 5 will be known as Tropico 5 Penultimate Edition, and it includes the entire original game plus its five downloadable content packs: Bayo del Ofato, Big Cheese, Mad World, Generalissimo, and Joint Venture. The Xbox One version also includes five new exclusive sandbox maps, a new interface optimized for controllers, and new Xbox Live achievements.

Dungeons 2 will also bvring five downloadable content add-ons with its core game, including: Pixieville, Morningwood, A Chance of Dragons, a Song of Sand and Fire, and a Clash of Pumpkins.

Tropico 5: Penultimate Edition and Dungeons 2 PS4 are both up for pre-order, for $49.99.

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  1. Minuteworld92
    April 9, 2016 at 9:59 am

    if you guys are having a slow news day, you guys could report that krome studios re-released ty the tasmanian tiger, a ps2 game from 2002 to pc and steam, it’s currently in early access but you could report that after it gets out of early access that is if you haven’t reported that yet. just trying to help.

  2. Joey
    April 9, 2016 at 9:59 am

    they could cover the ray gigant screenshots while they’re at it too

  3. Mea K
    Mea K
    April 9, 2016 at 10:00 am

    $50 for old games that weren’t very good to begin with and that probably play horribly with a controller? Alright then.

  4. dogmentation
    April 9, 2016 at 10:41 am

    As one of the two would-be successors to the lofty Dungeon Keeper throne, I wanted to enjoy Dungeons 2, but it’s just not that fun. It looks and plays like a mobile game, and the writing tries too hard, overshooting the properly dry, dark humor they were obviously aiming for. It’s sure as hell not worth 50$.

    (War For the Overworld is a MUCH better, similar-to-yet-legally-distinct homage. It’s not GREAT, but it’s still better than Dungeons 2. I refuse to acknowledge the freemium mobile atrocity that bears the actual DK license.)

  5. Master Bating
    Master Bating
    April 9, 2016 at 10:55 am

    Why would someone want to play a City builder/management sim on a gamepad?

    It just seems like a waste of resourses