Excerpt: When I first heard about the lofty goal of creating a 256-player online game called MAG (Massive Action Game) on the PS3 which utililzes the the Playstation Network I have to admit I was pretty interested in seeing just how it would work. Heck, call me a little sceptical too.
Conclusion: Despite the fact that a couple of the mini-games can become a little repetitive, the game is really fun to play. Choosing you own destiny, rather than having a strictly linear path is really rewarding.
Conclusion: For a game that is as large as MAG , it is surprising that I haven’t encountered any lag issues. I have, however, encountered more than a few glitches, some more problematic than others. Once I found myself inside a trailer after a medic revived me.
Conclusion: If there was one word I had to use to describe Just Cause 2, it would be 'ridiculous'. The game never takes itself seriously, which, for the most part, is a good thing. However, sometimes this lackadaisical approach extends into areas where it shouldn't, resulting in an often unpolished, even...
Excerpt: Sometimes the simplest things can bring about the most fun. Just Cause 2, while giving you a lengthy campaign of missions to play through, excels primarily because it gives you the tools required to have a good time - a rather explosive one at that.
Excerpt: Apologies that this is a few days late. The review code we received had a big old crazy bug in it, completely fixed in the released version. But never mind, because finally you can find out Wot I Think about Just Cause 2 – a game that I’ve been unquestionably looking forward to thanks to one of the...
Excerpt: Most action games of this generation prefer to pepper their explosions and gunfire with some sort of message. At the end – we’re supposed to take something away. You know what I learned from Just Cause 2 ? Blowing stuff up is fun.