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Just Cause is a game that has been around for quite a long time and it has not lost its popularity. The main reason why the game Just Cause is so much popular is because of all the great features it offers. Here we have listed down a few of the best features of the game Just Cause which is worth mentioning.
Just Cause has been around for 15 years and it has not lost its popularity. Gamers still like playing the game because of its open-world environment and huge map that they can explore. The game is a must-play for all action game lovers.
Just Cause is one of very interesting open world action adventure video game. It is very beautiful game when you start playing this game you never fell bored. Because you will enjoy fun ans excitement at every moment of play. This game is developed by Avalanche Studios and published by Eidos Interactive. It was released on September 22, 2006.
The first major product of the Swedish Development Studio Avalanche Studios. Goals and style of execution (the game is filled with elements of Mexican culture, Latin American and Puerto Rican) is very similar to a action game Boiling Point: Road to Hell , prepared by the Ukrainian team of Deep Shadows. The action takes place on the South Island of San Esperito. The player, Rico Rodriguez, super CIA agent is sent there, because to overthrow a corrupt, self-styled Government, and also to see if true are rumors about there stored weapons of mass destruction.
It has been reported that for some players if they get into a stunt position and sound the vehicle's horn from there, it causes the game to crash. Vehicles that have a siren instead of a horn or no horn at all do not cause this.
360 It has been reported that in addition to the above, the whole ship may be non-solid. If this happens, it's still possible to do the mission, because "landing the helicopter" still counts, even if the helicopter just falls through and the target can be killed from a distance.
Playstation 2 It has been reported that in one of the side missions you can start at the Secret Police Headquarters, you have to take either a sports car or a patrol vehicle and bring it to a garage. Stealing the car is fine, it's just that it's physically impossible to finish the mission, because the objective waypoint is in an inaccessible part of the garage. It is only on the PS2 version so far.
PC As seen here, there is a rare glitch that will make the game spawn government barricades upon getting close enough to an already liberated settlement. If you get close enough to a Guerrilla settlement, the game will spawn government barricades which will self-destruct upon spawning and leave some debris on the road. If you get close enough to a Cartel Villa, after the roadblocks are destroyed, the game will spawn a Montano Subteniente in the villa. He will die in one hit no matter what hits him, friendly Delta 5H4 Boxheads will open fire, but he will not attack the player, the helicopter, or any Police or Rioja NPCs. This glitch, however, is actually convenient, because you'll get 30 free Relationship Points with the Riojas, and if you want it, a free Moretti CCW Praetorian.
PC It has been reported that the ground can become non-solid and the screen will start flickering. When this happens, the Parachute will not let Rico go through the ground by constantly teleporting him a bit higher when that begins to happen. Bridges and some roads are still solid, but driving over the edge of a bridge can let the car fall. Water is also fine, but swimming to a beach can cause the game to start flickering, possibly because the game is trying to repeatedly teleport Rico to the ground.
Since the first Just Cause was released in 2006, there has been only one thing the series had to not get wrong in its joyous carnage: don't ramp up the enemy response to the point where fun can no longer be had. It made the mistake anyway, in all of the first three games. Brilliant fun games, tempered by the same issue. Just Cause 4, however, has taken a very different direction: it's decided to make just so many other mistakes as well.
From the opening moments, it becomes clear that something's gone very, very wrong. Because those early moments likely involve trying to use the game's freshly ruined nonsense of menus, trying to, say, remap the controls, which is near impossible. Get to the game itself and wow, does it begin its elaborate process of getting in its own way.
Yet for all this UI posturing, the reality is the game has nothing else to offer but clearing out bases. Rather than being honest about this as with the previous games, here each is dressed up as a "mission", but in the end boil down to "rescue the hostages" or "flip some levers then defend a turret". Ad nauseum. You blow the shit up while you're there, because this fills the freshly ruined chaos meter, which - it pretends - has something to do with unlocking areas of the map. I say "pretends" because it genuinely seems to forget about that about midway through the game.
Oh, why? This time you're on the island of Solís, where evil baddie Espinosa is something something The Black Hand something something your dad wah wah something. Good grief, they talk about it so much, and say absolutely nothing. (Although I note with some interest that all the marketing for the game says the baddie is called Gabriela Morales, so colour me absolutely... no, still utterly uninterested.) Which is to say, it's the same plot as last time, only with barely any actually scripted missions related to it. And this wouldn't matter a jot if the rest of the game just let you get on and have fun. But between quite extraordinarily terrible AI and bugs, and the demoralising confusion of every aspect of its delivery, it does everything it can think of to stop this.
Not one single aspect of this is helped by a control scheme that borders on Dadaism. Remember how we all laughed and made memes when Fallout 76 came out and decided that it would use Tab instead of Esc, for literally no reason? Part of me wonders if Avalanche saw this and thought, last-minute, "Quick, let's outdo this!" Because in Just Cause 4, to bring up the menus, you press... 1. Yes, the 1 key. And then, this done, to move between the different tabs, you press 2 or 3. 2 to go backward, because of course 2 goes backward! 3 to go forward, like 3 is always used for! These will take you to the grapple load-out menus, and the "Feats", which are a seemingly infinite set of 'achievement'-like meters to fill with absolutely every action in the game. Then there are sub-menus inside these menus, also obliquely delivered, and here to change it's Q and E!
But truly, the real credit needs to go to the bugs. I do not use the following lightly: Just Cause 4 reminds me of Boiling Point. (Only without the joy.) I've watched helicopters glitching at light speed on the surface of lakes, seen enemy AI repeatedly drive their cars into walls until they explode, watched as opposing troops throw themselves off bridges in a terrifying display of suicidal defiance, and best of all, enjoyed many a while hovering over intersections in towns where the NPC traffic utterly loses its minds. It's hard to play for a few minutes without seeing something ludicrous happening at the expense of the AI. It's harder not to be frustrated by the game locking up, or freezing mid-cutscene, or just discovering a mission you're midway through is impossible to complete because the game's forgotten something.
And it's just this, incessantly. And it even seems to... well, makes mistakes? It's the strangest thing. The first time you fast travel it introduces this as a "mission", because of course it does. So I'm told to bring up the map. (Which by this point is now Alt, not 1 - something I absolutely didn't change.) Map up, a tutorial pop-up telling me to select a specific village, then press R to travel there. On arrival it told me to press Alt to open the map again. Pressing Alt didn't do anything. I pressed it lots of times. So I pressed 1, which did bring up the map! Here it asked me, via a tutorial pop-up, to select the small village I was currently floating over in a helicopter, and press R to travel there. Huh. So I closed the map, pressed keys at random until Space let me freefall (Space is usually used to open the parachute when in the air) and then as I fell through the sky it told me to return to the mission area! Um! I can't! I'm falling and the mission area is high up in the sky! It started counting down at me! So I "failed", and restarted. This time on arrival above the town, I was told to press Space. Not Alt. Did the game... did it get it wrong? Is it distracted? And because I'd done the correct thing, not the wrong thing it was telling me to, I'd failed the mission?
There is NO WAY TO TURN OFF THE ON-SCREEN CONTROLS. See the screenshots in this review? They all have controls on them, because they never, ever go away. I'm near the end of this game, and they're still there. The only option to get rid of them is to turn off the entire UI, which makes the game literally impossible to play! You must always be told to press C to honk an aeroplane's horn, from beginning to end. (But of course never how to actually make the plane take off.)
There does come a point, many hours in, where the horror of the menus and bugs and story bullshit and confusion over how to progress and idiocy of the map unlocking and and and can be better ignored, and you can get on with darting around and blowing shit up. Never without something infuriating happening, like the game suddenly telling you you're dead out of absolutely nowhere, or the ever-present annoyance that the grapple and wingsuit aren't compliant just like in JC3, or all the enemies suddenly sinking halfway into the floor, or the light levels changing like someone just pressed a switch, or or or. But I have, I must admit, had some decent enough times pratting about and watching things (pixelatedly) explode. Until something else goes wrong.