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This game is absolutely astonishing. There is no way better to put it than you must get this game on whatever platform you own! If you have played the other game Just Cause then you will love this game even more than that one it is much better and if you didn't like that then still check this out.
You will as a guy named Rico. This guy has a special ability and works for many different organisations [Spoilers so i'm not putting them] He has a special ability which makes him able to grapple from location to location with his grappling hook. As you explore the island you get in trouble with the Police and get to fly military aircrafts and fly around in style with luxury jets or Fighter aircrafts. You can pretty much drive everything that moves with wheels. The only thing you can't do is enter buildings which would be a great add-on if they created Just Cause 3. The graphics are too good to be true especially as this game is kind of old and should be seen more by many people.
The community and modding community is fantastic there is a such thing as Just Cause 2 Multiplayer available only on the PC. I won't talk much about that as that doesn't come with the game and you will have to download extras for that. The actual game has many weapons and is based in Third person where you can see your character move shoot and cause Chaos around the island. When you cause "Chaos" It gives you money to cause this you must blow stuff up terrorise stuff raid military bases. Your the kind of good guy who doesn't kill civilians though. That won't cause Chaos.
I recommend this to anybody who loves open world and loves good graphics and action packed gameplay. Best game ever.
Riding the crest of the go-where-you-want, do-what-you-want wave, it presented players with an island of unparalleled beauty: its glittering seas stretching far to the horizon, its sun-kissed beaches giving gamers a very real glimpse of open-world gaming''s promise. There was one snag though: for all its holiday snap looks, it didn''t give players very much to do. Or rather it did, but none of it was that interesting ? not after the first time, and certainly not after the hundredth. What that game needed ? and practically everyone who played it for even the briefest time remains in agreement with this ? was a smaller landscape and a more tightly focused and varied diet of wanton destruction for the player to feed on. Except developers Avalanche don''t agree. Unlike the first game, where the environment was curiously unaffected by your actions, your activities on Panau have a lasting impact on your progress. For example, taking enemy strongholds for a faction will increase the gang''s influence in that area. Collect hidden vehicle and weapons parts and you''ll be able to upgrade your ever-increasing arsenal of grenades, SMGs and rides for land, sea and air travel. As if they hadn''t done enough, Avalanche have also refined Rico''s controls ? specifically his grapple hook. While certainly handy the last time around, it''s now much easier to use, and much more integral to the game. Locking on to vehicles, specifically helicopters, is now super-simple. You can attach it to any surface to zip-line towards it (allowing you to scale buildings) and the improved range makes it possible to cover distances that would otherwise be laborious on foot ? a godsend, as you''ll often find yourself with plenty of ground to cover if you lose your vehicle somewhere away from civilisation.