Just Cause

Just Cause 3

Just Cause 3 is fun, no doubt about it. As an open world game, it balances nicely the need for structure and freedom. You can treat it like a playground or you can focus on mainlining the story, the triteness of which is redeemed by its engaging characters. It asks the player to do a handful of things over and over, but at least offers a truly wide berth in accommodating solutions. Like an action movie marathon, the busy energy of it can become wearying, but in most ways, Just Cause 3 is, quite literally, a blast.

Just Cause 3

Just Cause 2

It encourages exploration and focuses on destruction and chaos above all else. The game works so well on all levels that it overcomes the smaller flaws, and makes them seem just like minor hiccups. If you are even remotely interested in sandbox titles then this game is for you, I could not recommend it more.

Just Cause 2

Just Cause

I had high hopes for Just Cause, mainly because it looked like it had the potential to be one of the mid-year next generation stand outs. While the final product looks great, unfortunately it’s more of the case of more flash than substance, as the gameplay is nowhere as next-gen as it needed to be.

Just Cause