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The Mediterranean republic of Medici is suffering under the brutal control of General Di Ravello, a dictator with an insatiable appetite for power. Enter Rico Rodriguez, a man on a mission to destroy the General’s hold on power by any means necessary. With over 400 square miles of complete freedom from sky to seabed and a huge arsenal of weaponry, gadgets and vehicles, prepare to unleash chaos in the most creative and explosive ways you can imagine.
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Just Cause 3 is not a complete game! it also has some affecting issues like repeating the process. But if you can stand these problems, with some of its superb gaming mechanics, you'll be playing exited for hours. Unlike the Medici hero, the Avalanche studio has not been able to revolutionize video games, but shows a fantasy of the true meaning of power. So if you're one of the adventurers of the free world action titles, Just Cause 3 is definitely worth your attention.
In my opinion, Just Cause 3 is an exciting game, because its numerous features and huge open wold, give countless possibilities to the gamer. If one thing is well known, the Avalanche studio will have the fun of the game as its headline and, of course, the ultimate outcome is excellent. When I compared Just Cause 3 with tow previous versions, I found its gameplay has made a lot of changes and this time everything goes along with the speed and better sense of control. The first major change in gameplay is adding a parachute or Wingsuit to a game that facilitates moving around in the gaming environment. Apart from the elements of the gameplay, the design of the levels has also experienced dramatic advances. Apart from the technical problems of the game, Just Cause 3 experience is truly unique. The extraordinary freedom of the game is one of the longstanding dreams of any gamer, and you will certainly be involved with the experience of a few minutes playing it. Unparalleled performance, spectacular graphics, pure entertainment, and support from the mods, even on the eighth generation consoles, are just some of the reasons why you will be forced to buy it. Finally, Just Cause 3 maybe is not so memorable, but it can undoubtedly be a good time for you.
Just Cause 3 XL Edition is the version to get when thinking about trying on this series, while the main game is fun the DLC brings so much joy the core mechanics as now you have something of a rocket boost which makes flying so much fun. Game is long and should last for about 60 hours to get most of the title. Only downside is the server syncing issues which can be annoying at times.
You're basically Spiderman But you're on steroids And you have infinite parachutes And you have a wingsuit And you have a cooler name And you can steal cars And you can steal someone's airplane in mid-flight So it's kinda like GTA too But it has a bigger map And better graphics And a better storyline And a wingsuit And practically everything is destructible The explosions are cooler Maybe it's more like an action movie But you're the protagonist And you have a wingsuit Need a tank? No big deal. Just go borrow one from the army. They may shoot at you, but that's okay. They're helping you learn how to dodge bullets. Ever collapsed a bridge and watched a train fall onto hundreds of innocent civilians? I have. It was fun. Did I mention there was a wingsuit?
Just Cause 3 is what would happen if you took the free-roaming of GTA and placed you on huge series of islands, told you that the police are actual villains, and gave you the ability to tether anything to everything and blow it up by using mini-jet boosters. Oh and let you glide almost indefinitely with a wingsuit and a parachute. Basically, that is Just Cause 3 in a nutshell: you have the freedom to destroy anything however you wish, by firing rockets at buildings, to tethering explosive barrels to towers, or driving a plane the size of a school into an oil platform. The world is your oyster, and you have to free it from a tyrannical leader by destroying it. If continually destroying building after building with new and exciting weapons and tactics, Just Cause 3 is for you. If not, then stay away. However, I need to dock points for this bundle due to the DLC: it’s nothing but weapons and vehicles, stuff you should be able to earn in-game, but instead locked behind a paywall. This is unacceptable in any game. If you like guns, explosions, and more guns and explosions, you will like Just Cause 3. Just don’t go in expecting much else.
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