Scarface Money. Power. Respect is a Turn-based Strategy, Single-player and Multiplayer video game developed by FarSight Studios and published by Sierra Entertainment for PSP (PlayStation Portable). Unlike The World is Yours, which is a Third-person Perspective and Open World Action video game, Scarface Money. Power. Respect revolves around Turn-based elements, introducing both Single-player and Multiplayer modes. In the game, the player takes on the role of the protagonist with a task to make strategic decisions to raise the power and to command the soldiers of shooters while competing against enemies. In Single-player story mode, the player needs to take direct strategic citywide commands to conquer the street-level real-time combat. The player must handle the large territory, profit-making opportunities, and adversaries through drug trafficking. The Multiplayer mode pits up to four players as criminals in a race to gain turf and money. In turn-based gameplay, each player needs to manage distribution and production of drugs, create enough strength to adversaries, and more. Try it out, and you’ll love it if you like to be a gangster.
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Shadow President is a Strategy, Real-time Tactics and Single-player Geopolitical Simulation developed and published by DC True. The game offers strategy gameplay and mixes the sci-fi and cyberpunk elements. In the game, the player takes on the role of the president of the United States during the cold war and the early 1990s. The player can prepare Kuwait to be destroyed by Iran during the operation known as Desert Shield using the timeline that beings during the Ogaden War’s end. After dealing with the adversaries of Iraq, the player can opt to dethrone the political cartels and the military overlords. During the gameplay, the tasks of the player take place on various issues like avoiding wars in conflict zones, resolving crises, sending aids (technology, military, social) and more. Shadow President offers addictive gameplay, superb mechanics and smooth controls. Try it out, and you’ll like it.