YouTuber ShockNAwe pulled off a truly remarkable motorcycle stunt in Just Cause 3. A few carefully placed boosters, and everything’s set for Moon landing.
Someone else has to do the job when Rico is chilling in the main menu. And as it looks like in Tralion’s clip, he isn’t the one leaning on the car.
Giant cargo containers, silly physics and a grappling hook. The perfect tools for a Just Cause 3 version of Jenga.
It’s no surprise that the pogo stick is a hidden item in Just Cause 3, when you can casually bounce on someone’s face with it and ascend to the stars, at the same time.
Doing a really outstanding stunt in a game where even the most basic ones involve multiple vehicles and buildings? Sounds tough! Bur lesi20 was able pull it off and hijack a car in the most outstanding way possible.
Just Cause 3 is the type of a game where, when something silly happens, it’s hard to tell whether it was intended or just a glitch. Like this little accident above. With grapple hooks and all kinds of upgraded gear, the possibilities are definitely endless, that’s for sure.
Nice Dark Souls bonfire, Just Cause 3. And players can light it, too.
Just Cause 3 has only been out for a few days but people are already getting creative with all the silly unlockable gear mods.
Just Cause 3 does one thing really well, and a lot of other things poorly. The thing it does well can be extremely cool. Shame about all those other things, though.
Here’s something I wish more game designers understood: If you put an interaction in your game, I am going to interact with it. Anytime a game responds to its players, the rats—or at least this rat—are going to press the lever for more cocaine pellets. Jenova Chen, during a talk about the design of Journey a couple…
A little more than 10 years ago, not long after I quit my job to become a freelance writer, a colleague warned me that sometimes the work could be grueling and unrewarding. “I want to talk to you when you’re writing a story only for money,” he said. It took a decade, but I finally found that assignment: reviewing Mad…
A serene view from Just Cause 3. Of course, Rico will likely take over the chopper in the next minute or so and drop it on the heads of several panicking soldiers. All in a day's work. The picture's part of a batch of 21 new screenshots recently sent out by Square Enix—you can find the other 20 below.
One of the biggest hits at this year's Comic-Con International was the fresh look at Mad Max: Fury Road, the new take on George Miller's classic dystopian opus. With all the buzz around the new trailer, it's a good time to remind ourselves that there's going to be a game set in the same grungy future wasteland.
The ridiculous mod that allows folks to play with each other in Just Cause 2's map has always been wild, but now the enterprising people behind it are continuing to add features that will expand upon the madness.
Now that the Mad Max game is going to have an Australian-accented star, who's it going to be? One man has already put his hand up: Mel Gibson's brother (and professional voice actor) Donal. Who like Mel isn't actually Australian, but having spent time here growing up can do the accent pretty damn well.
As my hour with Disney Infinity's Toy Box mode at the San Diego Comic-Con came to a close, producer John Vignocchi had dressed up The Incredibles' Dash in the wings from 1981's Condorman and was attempting to recreate the movie's flight scene.
The thing about the Mad Max movies is that it looks like somebody already tried to save the world and failed at it. And what we see are the terrible remains. The newest trailer for Avalanche Studios’ Mad Max puts its headbutting, car-combat action smack dab in the middle of that world. Thank goodness. Granted, it's…
When Stephen saw it or, rather, heard it, Mad Max's characters had no Australian accents and developers Avalanche Studios had no plans to include them, upsetting Mad Max devotees of all national origins. That posture has been officially reversed.