Thread: Just Cause Arrives in Stores Today. Let the Revolution Begin!

Just Cause Arrives in Stores Today. Let the Revolution Begin!

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    Cool Just Cause Arrives in Stores Today. Let the Revolution Begin!

    he wait is finally over and the citizens of San Esperito await your opening move in the quest for liberation. The time for revolution is now and yes – it is televised! Download our final trailer and brand new screenshots for the highly anticipated Just Cause.

    Set in an incredibly detailed, tropical island nation spanning over 250,000 acres, Just Cause is the ultimate free-roaming action game. You play Rico Rodriguez, a specialist in regime change tasked with overthrowing the corrupt government by a top secret US agency.

    Bursting with intense air, land and sea stunts, Just Cause brings you never before seen extremes allowing you to do crazy stunts like pulling a parachute while traveling at top speed on your motorcycle, jumping from planes to helicopters to boats, or driving off a cliff just to set yourself up for a stylish freefall.

    Action-packed with over 300 missions, Just Cause players will enjoy endless hours of gameplay. With 89 air, sea and land vehicles at your disposal, you have the freedom to free roam and explore the massive world of San Esperito or tackle your assignments however you want: playing the island’s factions against one another, inciting a rebellion among the masses and building alliances with rebel forces and drug cartels.

    Fight for a Just Cause today on the Xbox360, Xbox, PS2 and PC!

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    Clean out the bugs and it could be a good game. Sure. The scenery is beautiful. And ? So what ? You free-roam so you can interact with the environment. Here in this game ? Nothing, nada, nothing to really explore. If you want to walk, drive or fly trough endless scenery and greenery. Sure I like to do that to. On vacation in in Malaysia.

    Ultimate free-roaming game it is not and never will be. Tweak the physics and get rid of the bugs and it can still be a good game. As it stands, it's a game in it's early beta stage that needs alot of polishing. When will the devs finally learn not to rush an unfinished product out the door. I am more than happy to wait for a good game.

    I've had my fill with Eidos. First the disappointment of buying Hitman Bloodmoney full of bugs and having to wait for a patch; and now this. You guys must really have your heads up where the sun don't shine. You ain't never seeing another penny from me, that's for sure.

    Let the Revolution begin alright ! Boycott Eidos ! Viva la Revolution that !

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    Originally Posted by Butler Winston Smith
    he wait is finally over and the citizens of San Esperito await your opening move in the quest for liberation. The time for revolution is now and yes – it is televised! Download our final trailer and brand new screenshots for the highly anticipated Just Cause.

    Set in an incredibly detailed, tropical island nation spanning over 250,000 acres, Just Cause is the ultimate free-roaming action game. You play Rico Rodriguez, a specialist in regime change tasked with overthrowing the corrupt government by a top secret US agency.

    Bursting with intense air, land and sea stunts, Just Cause brings you never before seen extremes allowing you to do crazy stunts like pulling a parachute while traveling at top speed on your motorcycle, jumping from planes to helicopters to boats, or driving off a cliff just to set yourself up for a stylish freefall.

    Action-packed with over 300 missions, Just Cause players will enjoy endless hours of gameplay. With 89 air, sea and land vehicles at your disposal, you have the freedom to free roam and explore the massive world of San Esperito or tackle your assignments however you want: playing the island’s factions against one another, inciting a rebellion among the masses and building alliances with rebel forces and drug cartels.

    Fight for a Just Cause today on the Xbox360, Xbox, PS2 and PC!
    no offence but it's in stores for almost a week now,at least where i live

    Originally Posted by WorkinfortheCIA
    You guys must really have your heads up where the sun don't shine.
    never heard that one before

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    Originally Posted by Wrath_of_hitman
    no offence but it's in stores for almost a week now,at least where i live
    Same here.

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    Sad

    Oi.... I disagree with workinfortheCIA... Though I am disappointed there isnt much to do in the vast wilderness. I think this game has pushed the bounds of sandbox style action games. First of all with the great stunt system that must be applauded. Next is the fact that you can see for seemingly miles... Very very well done... of course the beauty of the enviroments as well....This game has alot going for it. I hope that future games will take note of some of the great achivements presented here!

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    Originally Posted by Sarkamen
    Oi.... I disagree with workinfortheCIA... Though I am disappointed there isnt much to do in the vast wilderness. I think this game has pushed the bounds of sandbox style action games. First of all with the great stunt system that must be applauded. Next is the fact that you can see for seemingly miles... Very very well done... of course the beauty of the enviroments as well....This game has alot going for it. I hope that future games will take note of some of the great achivements presented here!
    nobody said this or any other game that Eidos published were bad they just a bit unfinished & unpolished thats all

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    I've had my fill with Eidos. First the disappointment of buying Hitman Bloodmoney full of bugs and having to wait for a patch; and now this. You guys must really have your heads up where the sun don't shine. You ain't never seeing another penny from me, that's for sure.
    if thats true he could have fooled me..... >.<

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    Initial release is quite disappointing, but still fun. In DIRE need of a patch...

    I have been disappointed with Eidos as of late...they need to step in and say "No, polish it up". Reservoir Dogs, though fun, has been my biggest disappointment..

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    Originally Posted by Sarkamen
    Oi.... I disagree witht he last post... Though I am disappointed there isnt much to do in the vast wilderness. I think this game has pushed the bounds of sandbox style action games. First of all with the great stunt system that must be applauded. Next is the fact that you can see for seemingly miles... Very very well done... of course the beauty of the enviroments as well....This game has alot going for it. I hope that future games will take note of some of the great achivements presented here!
    Beautiful scenery and and couple of stunts a game does not make. The game has great potential and that's what makes me so angry. The physics suck and it's full of bugs. It was rushed out the door. It shouldn't have been.

    Even the most buggy free-roam game of all time; namely Boiling point, had more interaction. That is what is so frustrating about this release. Huge environment and nothing to do when you want to free-roam. The devil is in the details.

    I'd love to fly around and explore the scenery if the planes and helis at least had realistic physics. They don't even have rudders. It's no fun like that.

    Oh and did I mention there were alot of bugs ?

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    Originally Posted by Wrath_of_hitman
    never heard that one before
    I am known to be quite the diplomat.

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    I never said it was a great game, but I enjoy it. I also don't understand what people are complaining about with the physics. Your the third person I've heard that from... i mean the vehicles dont really take much damage but outside of that i think all the random stuff explodes in realistic ways and move somewhat realisticly when pushed. I don't really feel like arguing, but I don't think its fair to expect havoc like physics from every new game. Once again i never said it was a great game it just has some great elements.

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    Cool

    Originally Posted by WorkinfortheCIA
    Beautiful scenery and and couple of stunts a game does not make. The game has great potential and that's what makes me so angry. The physics suck and it's full of bugs. It was rushed out the door. It shouldn't have been.

    Even the most buggy free-roam game of all time; namely Boiling point, had more interaction. That is what is so frustrating about this release. Huge environment and nothing to do when you want to free-roam. The devil is in the details.

    I'd love to fly around and explore the scenery if the planes and helis at least had realistic physics. They don't even have rudders. It's no fun like that.

    Oh and did I mention there were alot of bugs ?
    i think you asking for life sim similiar to GTA:SA where you can eat,buy stuff etc.
    this is just different game man more like one non-stop action movie and don't forget it's only a game so doesn't have to be very realistic otherwise it would be boring as real life

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    Originally Posted by Sarkamen
    I never said it was a great game, but I enjoy it. I also don't understand what people are complaining about with the physics. Your the third person I've heard that from... i mean the vehicles dont really take much damage but outside of that i think all the random stuff explodes in realistic ways and move somewhat realisticly when pushed. I don't really feel like arguing, but I don't think its fair to expect havoc like physics from every new game. Once again i never said it was a great game it just has some great elements.
    Ever played GTA-SA ? There is a degree of realism in the handling of vehicles. Here it's practically non-existent. Vehicles slip and slide all over the place, there are no rudders on the planes or helis. Those kind of things.

    Originally Posted by Wrath_of_hitman
    i think you asking for life sim similiar to GTA:SA where you can eat,buy stuff etc.
    this is just different game man more like one non-stop action movie and don't forget it's only a game so doesn't have to be very realistic otherwise it would be boring as real life
    It would be nice to have something to keep one busy when not on missions. They should have at least made the vehicles fun to drive and fly. Is that too much to ask ?