The Weaponized Vehicle Pack includes 3 x exclusive vehicles primed for action.
Knife through the Medician waves in the Mugello Delphino GLF speedboat with the finest brushed Italian leather seats and subtle dual miniguns.
Taking its name from the Russian wolverine, exude adventure with the all-terrain Urga Pocomaxa X4 buggy, especially when that adventure requires mounted machine guns.
For the more refined combat professional, drive the Kerner Serpente R12 sports car with precision rocket launchers elegantly engineered right into the hood.
Digital bonus item:
Stop enemies in their tracks with the long-range negotiating power of the Final Argument Sniper Rifle, equipped with explosive rounds.
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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Out of all games I have played, this one has the best replayability. You really cant get board of it. The game is fun to play from the start and when you dont feel like doing missions, doing dumb things like sticking a sop box car into the giant plane and trying to air drop your self down a mountain is very entertaining.
It's a sandbox game from the likes of Michael Bay. Many things to to turn into large explosions that will lead others to freedom (cue flag raising and fireworks, which does actually happen in game). All the basics of a sandbox game are here. The only enjoyable, at least for a little while, is the grappling hook - wing suit combo that let's you go around the admittedly pretty environment at a high speed and leads to some fun in and out of combat. Other that that though, if you've played (insert sandbox title here) then you have pretty much played this game. Go there, cutscene, find or kill there, cutscene, overcome newfound obstacles and return to location that you started from, and cutscene. Overall average game, big pleasant but empty world, repetitive, wait for good sale and look into the expansion dlc.
I wrote a negative review a while ago for this game, saying that the game "used to work but no longer does." However, I got it to work, and it ended up being fantastic. The problem was my controller. If you have the controller plugged in when you boot up the game, you get about 1 frame per second. If you plug in your controller after you start playing, it works. Now that I have played it, I can review it correctly. The game is good. The campaign is much higher quality than that of Just Cause 2, and it is much longer. I did enjoy the characters, cutscenes, stories, ideas, etc. and there was even some good humor thrown in. The campaign seems to take itself more seriously than the one in Just Cause 2, which I thought was a great choice on Avalanche's part. For veteran Just Cause players, there are some "easter eggs." For example, in Just Cause 3, there is a big island in the top-right corner that replicates the one (in the same spot) in Just Cause 2 (although this one has no inhabitants). Just Cause 3's capital, Regno, has a sister city in Just Cause 2 called Bandar Baru Nipah, which I thought was awesome. In addition, just like Just Cause 2, a funny radio announcer will talk about the base that you just blew up to try to calm the dictator's people. Rico also has some throwback quotes. The destruction in this game is total. I was constantly in awe of both how much infrastructure Avalanche had created and how much I could destroy. Blowing stuff up in this game is amazing, especially with the unlimited C4 supply. You can be extremely creative, and there is a ton to do. There are functioning trains that you can ride up and down the mountains, and you can get cargo planes and put cars inside, then fly them high above the country. The wingsuit is very fun to play with and get better at, and the grappling system has been much improved. The music is fantastic, and rivals Just Cause 2's soundtrack. The country, Medici, is similar to Panau in that it is extremely diverse. There are beaches, forests, snow-covered mountains, and sea. This makes traveling around the world seem much less deja-vu than it could have been. The towns and cities are beautiful as well, making you feel like you truly are in Italy. However, I believe that Just Cause 2 has the better world; there are more cities, more easter eggs, and less of the "filler" land in Just Cause 3. Overall, as a huge fan of Just Cause 2, I feel satisfied with Just Cause 3. The experience has been amazing, and I think I will continue to play in this beautiful sandbox. Just make sure to unplug your xbox controller until you start to play!
Well, I like many others was looking forward to Just Cause 3 after how fun JC2 was, but this was not as good as most gamers found out when playing it. First of all, if you enjoyed the upgrading system in the last game, then you're out of luck as the only way you can upgrade Rico's arsenal is by completing challenges strewn about on the islands, you have to beat a certain score and/or time in order to get Gears that then unlock an upgrade for one of Rico's items. Now I don't mind challenges, but forcing players to do them in order to unlock weapon upgrades like this ain't exactly the way to go. And the story feels like it was shoved in late in the game's development, apparently Square Enix had originally wanted this to be a multiplayer game hence all the challenges with online scoreboards. It is fun to cause chaos in JC3, don't get me wrong, but this felt like a step back and a lot of wasted potential for what could have been an even better sequel to a great game. The only Avalanche Studios game I have had fun with in 2015 was Mad Max, at least there they had free reign to make the game they wanted and not be forced to do certain things by a publisher. Such a shame really.
You'll literally have a 'blast' playing Just Cause 3. it's an excellent game if you're looking to jump into something to have fun with blowing things up; be it with your wire-tool, weapons, tanks, scooters, and more... The movement and control system in JC3 is above par. The feel of the game and the smoothness of the controls is very welcomed. These guys get the Travel System down perfectly. Once you master the controls of the wire-tool you'll be zipping around and gliding all over the map. The story/plot is rather well done. It's humorous and enjoyable, with a lot of great turning points to create some good memories. They don't force you to do anything and if you're like me... you'll spend most of your time just unlocking the whole map, doing the side-quests, because they're just that darn fun. I did personally have a big issue with a Memory Leak in Just Cause 3; but I think that was because Plays.TV was running. Once I disabled Plays.TV it seemed to stop. (Note for those of you that might have that issue)
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