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Re: Just Cause 2
« Reply #15 on: February 26, 2010, 08:50:54 AM »
 Today  Square Enix revealed  that the "incredible, action-packed" demo for Just Cause 2 will arrive on Xbox Live, the PlayStation Network and Steam on the 4th of March."
Can't wait for Shenmue 3



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Re: Just Cause 2
« Reply #16 on: March 17, 2010, 04:46:40 AM »
You can expect 'a lot' of Just Cause 2 DLC



Say you were to jump a sweet speedboat off an even sweeter ramp, then climb onto that speedboat and shoot a rocket at a dude in a tower (which is a real thing that happens in Just Cause 2) for 15 to 20 hours. Afterward, if someone asked you how much more time you wanted to spend doing things like that, we imagine the answer would be "a lot." Perhaps it's no coincidence, then, that that's exactly how much DLC lead designer Peter Johansson tells Eurogamer  is coming to the Just Cause 2: "a lot."

And that's on top of all the content already on the game disc, which, by all external signs, is pretty darn imposing. Johannsson claims that his 60-percent-complete save file is about 55 game hours worth of playtime, which, if you let the math play out, means that if you were to play all 100 percent of the game, it would take roughly 73,000 hours. Roughly.


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Re: Just Cause 2
« Reply #17 on: April 09, 2010, 05:55:59 AM »
Just Cause 2 gets free 'pimped-up' ice cream truck DLC



Since it's universally accepted that Just Cause 2  is completely butt-crazy-gonzo, we weren't really surprised by today's release of a free, downloadable, "pimped-up" (according to the Xbox Live listing) ice cream truck for all platforms of the game. The "Chevalier Ice Breaker" features ultra low suspension (for those hairpin mountainous curves), front-mounted bull bars (for the ramming of things) and, presumably, more ice cream sandwiches than you could shake a Popsicle stick at.


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Just Cause 2 & BioShock 2 getting DLC April 29
« Reply #18 on: April 21, 2010, 04:34:48 AM »


The latest Xbox Live Newsbeat update included release dates for two pieces of downloadable content that we didn't even know existed. We typically don't care for surprises, but we're willing to make an exception if it means we get more maps for the multiplayer component of BioShock 2 and more things to explode in Just Cause 2.

On April 29, six new multiplayer maps will be added to BioShock 2 as part of the "Rapture Metro Map Pack." For 800MSP ($10), players get the new arenas, three new masks, a "Kill 'Em Kindly" Melee deathmatch mode, and three new Achievements. Just Cause 2 will receive the "Black Market Aerial Pack," a 160MSP ($2) booster which adds the chaingun-toting F-33 DragonFly Jet Fighter, a multi-lock missile launcher and a parachute thruster which extends your airtime whilst leisurely sailing across the Panauan landscape. How... unexpextedly soothing!


 

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