Just Cause Collection - Xbox 360

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Just Cause Collection (Xbox 360)
Viewed: 3D Third-person, over the shoulder Genre:
Adventure: Free Roaming
Shoot 'Em Up
Media: DVD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Avalanche Soft. Co.: Square Enix
Publishers: Square Enix (GB)
Released: 15 Nov 2013 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 16+, BBFC 15
No Accessories: No Accessories


James Bond not doing it for you? Turn to Rico Rodriguez then, the protagonist of Just Cause. The top gun of the Agency that he represents, Rico’s mission is to single-handedly satisfy the US strategy in bringing regime change to the dangerous land of San Esperito. How does he plan to do this? Simply get there, trash the place, create an uprising revolution, and round it all off by assassinating the President.

San Esperito might be an island nation, but in terms of the size of the game world in Just Cause, you’ll be playing in a massive playing field where you are given free reign to do whatever you like when not following your objectives. With 250,000 acres of game world to explore and traverse, it’s unlikely you’re ever going to be bored of the place.

And when it comes to travel in such a large area, it’s only fitting that Rico uses all means necessary to get from A to B. A mighty impressive 89 vehicles that cover land, sea and air transport are at your beck and call, and Rico can perform some amazing stunts that can see him skydiving, riding off of cars and leaping from helicopters to boats, to get the result that you, the gamer, want to achieve from your missions.

With a plethora of primary, secondary and side missions to enjoy, along with the freeform style of game play, Just Cause looks like the perfect operative to put to work in your console if you’re bored of the regime in your living room.

Just Cause 2 sees Rico back at it with crazier stunts, more high-flying antics and plenty of chaos to be seeded.

The tropical island of Panau has just seen a new president claw his way into power, and the US government isn't too happy about it. To make matters worse Rico's mentor, Tom Sheldon, looks like he might have gone rogue. Enter Rico!

Just Cause 2 features a massive archipelago to explore. There are over 350 towns, villages, cities and military bases to see and raze. In your mission to cause chaos and unsettle Panau's government you'll need to work with local criminal factions. This will see you touring the different locations to kill colonels, steal goodies and blow lots and lots and lots of things up. You'll go from sandy beaches to snowy mountain tops to a floating brothel. Yes, a floating brothel...

Rico's trusty grappling hook is back, with a few new features to boot. As well as being able to hook onto pretty much anything and reel yourself in, you'll be able to combine it with Rico's seemingly endless supply of parachutes to slingshot yourself into the air. You'll also be able to go on the attack with it. Attach soldiers to passing vehicles (that includes passing planes) and watch chaos ensue! This all adds a vertical element to gameplay that opens up a whole new dimension of combat.

Viva the (US government-sponsored) revolution!