Every single mission in the game is about liberating a village or taking over a fort. This is the perfect game to disable your higher brain function and Repetitive mission design and lacks an engaging story, but who cares! You'll need to take bases to advance the story. I was able to reach the top of the leaderboard on a couple challenges but was quickly dethroned. And while ten automatic weapons, a missile launcher, and three snipers are shooting at me I'll plant a super intricate chain reaction and be 'creative. Fallout 4 is a fine wine, aged, complex, and evolving, likely better with a bit of wait. This ultimate edition of the game will please newcomers who want to jump into all of Rico's missions with a boosted arsenal and exotic new vehicles. Sadly, for every mouth-watering visual treat, there are persistent frame-rate drops and increasingly monotonous environments to laggingly blast your way through.
You play as Rico Rodriguez, a special agent who is essentially a professional match that lights the powder keg of revolution against brutal dictatorships around the world. For the more refined combat professional, drive the Kerner Serpente R12 sports car with precision rocket launchers elegantly engineered right into the hood. I'll even take a risk here and say its the second most fun game I've played next to Bloodborne. There is absolutely no gore whatsoever. Blowing up stuff is why I As of today's date with current latest patch the game is unplayable.
The way Rico leads rebellions is by blowing up pretty much everything he sees that carries the distinctive red paint job of the enemy. So was the final release enough to satisfy my pyromania and wingsuit flying? I purchased this game for my 12 year old son some weeks back, expecting a largely teen-friendly computer game, that is exactly what I got. I beat the game and liberated all of the outposts and I enjoyed it all. The point of the game is to blow up everything in your path using a stunning variety of gadgets like wing suits grappler hooks and rebel supply drops. For example, if you need to take some radio towers down but ran out of bullets, just use your grapple and tether it to a building down the block then pull that bad boy down.
It is by far, much more teen friendly than the likes of Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty in terms of sex and violence. I have a 12 year old that always wants games for 16 and up, alot of games stand up for their ratings like Grand Theft Auto V which contains actions highly inappropriate for children. For now, I am content to fly around and find the collectibles that I missed along the way. Enemies will come in and you will creatively destroy them. Don't take anything seriously in this. For under 20 bucks, it was worth getting to play. This content pack includes new missions, challenges, the 'Bavarium Splitter' assault rifle and the 'Eviction' personal defence drone, all of which can be carried over into the main game.
What makes the Just Cause series so fun is that traversal around the huge maps is effortless and easy thanks to the fact that Rico has a Spider-Man-esque tether he can swing around on as well as an infinite parachute he can use to fly all over. Honestly my boy has many shooters and games of the type, and I said no more shooting games. Then there are the weird camera and environmental glitches that occurred from time to time, including enemies appearing out of nowhere, in addition to the game crashes. We laugh, have fun, and is a great stress reliever. It became more frustrating when I died and had to reload. But the blood is next to none. Of course, the elephant in the room whenever you talk about Just Cause 3 is still the long load times and poor overall performance and, unfortunately, not much has changed since launch.
I think this game should be suitable for 12 year olds and up. As for the violence and blood. There is minimal profanity, no sexual content and the violence is purely comical with the slightest hint of blood. You can also use the tether to tie things together as well, such as tying cars together, tying a soldier to a propane tank that flies up in the air and explodes, you can tie a helicopter to the ground and reel it in until it makes impact and blows up — pretty much anything you can imagine doing, you can do in Just Cause 3. Lastly, I had a couple of game breaking glitches during missions where a cinematic was supposed to be shown and instead it places me in a first person view unable to do anything but move the camera.
You also get grenades and sticky bombs. Do you really think this game will make your child want to stand on top of a truck and blow stuff up. Just Cause 3 The Mediterranean republic of Medici is suffering under the brutal control of General Di Ravello, a dictator with an insatiable appetite for power. Bloodborne is a single malt Scotch — dense, overwhelming and rarified. I got bored after a few weeks and traded it in. I find that this is ridiculous and should be 9 and up. I was unable to complete the last few missions, but it did not detract from the game.
The side missions are boring, the main character is like a blank sheet. Blowing up stuff is why I bought the game but frame rate drops so low that it takes the fun out even there. At the center of this open world third person-action adventure is a truly explosive sandbox, with a plethora of ways to travel and blow everything up with. The appeal to teens and children is all the explosions. I later found out that the game is only rated M for the violence and the language, not for sexual content. Arm yourself with a wide range of explosive weaponry from shotguns and missile launchers to tank-busters and air-strikes.