Blowing up stuff is why I bought the game but frame rate drops so low that it takes the fun out even there. I'll even take a risk here and say its the second most fun game I've played next to Bloodborne. We laugh, have fun, and is a great stress reliever. Get adventurous with dozens of challenge missions and collectibles to discover. How does that help the resource starved rebels? Also you can do anything you want in this game. When Just Cause 3 launched in December 2015 it was a game people wanted to love because it was massive and generally fun, but an abysmal framerate and lengthy load times killed the joy a bit.
You also get a pistol or 2 , a shotgun or machine gun, and a rocket launcher. I got bored after a few weeks and traded it in. The one improvement I would like to see in this game and this would take it to a 5 star for me is to add a difficulty setting, not every one is good at games, and play for some fun and the story. I am playing this game, nearly 4 years after it was initially released, and I would think that the updates would have at least fixed some of these issues, but I guess not. However when I was checking online parent reviews I did not see any mention of drugs or explicit content.
With your devastating new rocket boat, sail the dangerous waters of West Medici and infiltrate the Stingray, a mysterious research facility, home of the rarest and strongest weapon ever created by the Eden Corporation. The main character can use a grappler, wingsuit and grenades to do all types of destruction. There is nothing sexy and only Hell for language, thats not even a bad word. I never got bored of parachuting in and raising hell. Even with its flaws, I like the game, although I am not sure that I like it better than the Far Cry series. For under 20 bucks, it was worth getting to play. You can blow up a lot of stuff.
In some areas there will be smoking civilians but that is the limits of drugs and alcohol. The wingsuit is by far one of the best new gear additions and makes movement throughout the game not a chore, but something to look forward to. I agree with other reviews that the plot of the game is a bit formulaic, but a lot of my time was spent free roaming around finding bases to liberate, so the plot didn't detract from the game and I loved the Game of Thrones reference in one of the missions. And it does: endlessly blowing up everything in sight in various way still is fun, a lot of fun. To all those parents reading this because they're looking out for their kids and seeing if this is a great game. The environments are again massive and even more beautiful than before.
The most frustrating thing to me is the annoying bugs that I encountered, early and often in the game. The game is extra fun when you're just jacking around, blowing up cars and cows, and testing how far you can free fall. I was unable to complete the last few missions, but it did not detract from the game. Now the coolest part of the collector's edition, is the replica grappling hook. The game can start to feel a bit repetitive after a while because attacking bases — all with identical fuel tanks and radio towers and other stuff — and liberating towns — by blowing up identical speaker systems and statues of the dictator — does start to get old after a while.
This one of a kind scorpion shaped rifle packs a deadly sting. As a parent, I am concerned when games have foul language or anything sexual in it. The game is mainly about freeing the people of a fictional island from the oppression evil dictator. Just Cause 3 the game is great though. It is by far, much more teen friendly than the likes of Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty in terms of sex and violence. I think I liked the juxtaposition in how you wind up spending your time while playing: you will fly into combat, cause lots of explosions, then a minute later be parachute gliding over some beautiful, peaceful countryside. Aside from some often frame rate drops and extremely rare crashes to error screens, I have to say this is a very fun game.
From a collector's standpoint, I would recommend this as it entails a lot of cool stuff. I am pretty embarrassed for saying no the game is perfect for kids 10+ please get your kids this amazing game. Crisp visuals and a clever soundtrack bring all the explosions to life. I did not realize how very graphic the violence is on this game until last week. For the more refined combat professional, drive the Kerner Serpente R12 sports car with precision rocket launchers elegantly engineered right into the hood. Even with the violence and destruction, it manages to maintain a lighter tone than the Far Cry games, without sliding into the outright silliness of Saints Row. Now to the collector's part of this game.
All there is is just blood clouds that puff out when you shoot people. With a combination of explosive weapons, grenades, and remote mines, as well as standards machine guns and shotguns and stuff, he takes over military bases and liberates towns and villages. Just Cause 3 and the Just Cause logo are trademarks of Square Enix Ltd. This game is super fun, and you can blow up just about every thing. The biggest selling point on the Xbox was the inclusion of Just Cause 2 for backward compatibility. This content pack includes new missions, challenges, the 'Bavarium Splitter' assault rifle and the 'Evictor' personal defence drone, all of which can be carried over into the main game.
This is my first venture into this game series and in some respects, this reminds me a bit of the Far Cry series, although a bit crazier with its approach to accomplishing your missions. I knocked off one star because of the long load times and a few glitches during the game where I had to restart. Repetetive after a while, and it has some questionable progression unlocks. I hope these are addressed sooner than later via a patch. The game play control does feel a bit clumsy to me at times.