High Flying Thrills, Shame It Looses It's Novelty Quickly
14 September 2010
Excerpt: "Just Cause 2 is an open-world sandbox game created by Square Enix. Just Cause 2 puts you in the shoes of Rico Rodriguez and sets you loose on a fictional tropical island to go reigime-busting. The game is fun, granted, but the novelty that it initially has wears off before too long of playing. The game has one novel item, the grappeling hook which allows you to tie two objects together or get to your close destination quicker. This game also allows ...
Summary: when you say what is in just cause 2 it sounds incredibly awesome then when
you do them they are disappointing. it is very awkward to do most things like
you are trying to stop in the middle of using a grappling hook then you press
space trying to stop then your parachute comes out. the game looks nice has a
lot of good features the downside is the features sort of feel incomplete or
just very awkward.
Summary: I'm running this game on a MONSTER of a laptop, capable of running Crysis
3 at medium settings with no lag at all.. But this game lags slightly even on
its lowest. This is because if you have a dual graphics card, it will only use
the inbuilt one (the not-as-good one) causing a whole lot of issues. The gameplay however, is AMAZING. I'd give it 5 stars.
Summary: This game is pretty wicked, although can get repetitive after awhile. However
I have never played a game quite like the total huge free roam that JC2 has.
The graphics are just so cool, especially the mountains, forests and sea!
However I was a bit disappointed with the quick main-story line, a small choice
of weapons and arsenal and repetitiveness of taking over bases and areas for the
gangs. I can compare this disappointment to Assassins Creed – Amazing game