Publicada: 13 de dezembro
Providing a unique look at how difficult it is to run a country in debt while simultaniously pleasing enough groups to get re-elected, Democracy was engaging and gratifying... for the first 3 or 4 terms. It gets bland and repeatative after the 5th time you turn down GMC and realize most choices don't have any affect on the country other than making one group happy and another angry. Getting out of debt, getting re-elected, and not getting shot in the head seem to be the only objectives, which seem to solve themselves once you get your empire going. Success has an accumulative effect, meaning if you win one election, you're going to win every other election.
For lack of replayability, and a production cost that couldn't possibly come CLOSE to justifying the price it's marketed at, this game is a one play wonder at best, and a waste of money at worst.
TL;DR = Interesting concept, but lacks depth, unique objectives, and is way too repeatitive. The price point is insulting for the quality of the finished product, and DLC prices just ♥♥♥♥ in the wound.