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.
Explore a Mediterranean island paradise with complete vertical freedom – skydive, BASE jump and free dive in an open world with virtually zero limits
Glide through the air and swoop across mountains with your Wingsuit giving a new way to rain death from above
Use your Grapple and Parachute to scale buildings, hijack vehicles, move quickly or tether objects together for creative new ways to cause Chaos.
Cause massive chains of destruction in military bases, harbours, prisons, police stations and communications facilities to bring down a dictator
Arm yourself with a wide range of explosive weaponry from shotguns and missile launchers to tank-busters and air-strikes
Choose from a huge variety of different vehicles to drive including speedboats, jets, helicopters, turbo-fuelled sports cars and super bikes
Get adventurous with dozens of challenge missions and collectibles to discover
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If we look at the definition of the style of action, we can say that the action is Just Cause 3. A real action is defined in the real sense of this title, and the excitement and explosion and the car riding and shooting and motoring and jumping and falling and playing the umbrella and Hanging on the helicopter and dropping the air pilot and sitting in his place and storing the flood of enemies and RPGs to a large base and destroying every single piece of it and getting out of the car after falling into the valley and, in general, whatever caused Your excitement will rise and your adrenaline will be released in this game.
After reading through all the comments I expected that the game would run very slow - or not at all - on my PC. Now that the game is on sale I thought I would give it a try ....and it runs great, I am VERY surprised that my old system can display this gorgeous amount of detail...especially when something is blown up. And the game is so much fun! I saw a lot of people comparing it to GTA. Imo you can't really compare these titles apart from the fact that you can drive all sorts of vehicles in a open world, because GTA offers: A great story, great characters, awesome drama A VERY detailed and unique map, not a single spot seems to be looking the same Decent driving physics, beautiful car models Just Cause 3 offers: Explosions, detonations, flames, people flying up into the sky all around you. THIS is madness. A huge world to explore...with always repeating patterns of tasks, buildings and landscapes (which can partially be nice if you just want to relax). The story will probably make you smile from time to time, but don't expect more. In case anyone else want to try this: I simply turned down the water and shadow quality to low, turned off motion blur, and changed the resolution from the (for my system) recommended 1280x780 up to 1920x1080. Then I started the game - and the quality of the effects left me speechless in front of my screen. Okay, if you would excuse me now please...just one more explosion. Just one more.
In itself the game is what is expected, a lot of explosions, lots of fun, freedom of movement, variety of content, a huge map and an "acceptable" story mode.
Wow. This game is similar to GTA except not as violent or inappropriate. The grappling ability makes moving around a breeze and what you do in your free time affects the campaign also! Remember Viva revolution!
juego que vale la pena jugar, tienes un gigantesco mundo por explorar lleno de accion por donde mires, explosiones, destrozo, muy buena jugabilidad, graficas muy elaboradas y bien optimizadas. Eso si, la historia es un poco corta y las misiones secundarias repetitivas pero de resto genial.
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