Summary: This game is not for the faint of heart. You can do some nasty things, and most of the missions involve blowing things up and killing people. Having said that, it is a little like watching a rated R action movie. The main character can deploy a parachute or use his permanent grappling hook to pull him across terrain, catch a moving vehicle or climb things like super tall moutains, buildings or something as low as 20 feet tall.
Summary: Pros + Beautiful graphics + Huge map + Fluid movement + Wide choice in vehicles + Explosions!!!!! + Grappling hook and parachute help you conquer all terrain + more Cons - Action positions limited on most vehicles which at times makes things feel floppy - Limited gun choice - map is so big it can take a while to get anywhere. - a few minor hiccups with guns when in using parachute and grappling hook. - Not as much terrain destruction as one would hope.
Summary: First of all, I loved the open world concept and how you can do (or blow up) anything you want. The missions are spectacular, and being able to have so many choices is outstanding. With this game you can pretty much raise hell on the island of Panau. Better than Just Cause by a landslide. Sadly, the controls are pretty hard to get the hang of and put a little drizzle on JC 2's parade.
Summary: Sandbox games have really advanced in the past few years. Just Cause 2 is what I would call the latest incarnation of the sandbox game. It is based on a fictional island nation in Southeast Asia, where you are looking for a rogue agent. Your task is to get in with the local revolutionaries & understand the big picture in Panau.
Summary: is just cause 2 perfect? no, but it's a pretty damn good game. the Pros: huge world to explore, hundreds of towns,villages, military bases etc, to find. grappling hook is one of the best things in the game, many vehicles. visuals are stunningly beautiful especially when flying. many secrets and easter eggs hidden throughout the world. you get to blow up SH*T.
Summary: This game had some very good and bad points. I like this game because of it's never ending freeroam in: motorbikes, cars, buggies, planes and jets. However the game doesn't feel like there's real missions they feel like side missions meaning this game gets quite boring pretty quickly. Overall I think this game should have real missions in the later updates maybe in Just Cause 3.
Summary: Panau is a big world, and while it will probably take about 72 hours or ore of continuous playing to even make a significant dent in it, JC2 is a stylish game with many possibilities for fun, including the driving option and the "heat" levels. The game could be a little bit shorter, and the glitches need to be fixed, but still a great game that'll keep you occupied for those of us who are constantly bored of everything.