Grappling Hook is badass.
Hijacking stuff never gets old.
Pure unadulterated mayhem.
Enormous, varied island to explore with lots of things to do.
More than 100 vehicles to drive and pilot.
You pull off all sorts of crazy stunts.
Stuff blows up in lots of awesome ways.
Absolutely fantastic visuals.
Worst voice acting EVER.
Clunky driving mechanics.
Some of the missions are more frustrating than fun.
Some visual glitches.
Doesn't support Windows XP.
By Fusion Mods on April 11, 2011
Just Cause 2Author: T_H_Schafer -- Posted: 2011-04-11 Developer: Avalanche StudiosPublisher: EidosPlatform: PC (Reviewed), XBox 360, PS3Price: $29.95Open world games have been my forte for quite some time. I enjoy the freedom, the exploration and the...80
By Game Observer on December 14, 2010
Nevertheless, the poor acting along with the confusing plot are easily overlooked in favor of the chaos and destruction on-screen. This year definitely proves itself a year of sequels, and Just Cause 2 stands proud on the list. No sandbox game has...81
By NowGamer on June 07, 2010
What Just Cause 2 lacks in depth of story and characterisation it makes up for in zany fun. If you looking for being rewarded on every level for crazy stunts and gratuitous destruction, you’ll love it. 8.6/10Print this pageUser reviews (0)Share...86
By BrightHub on April 29, 2010
Just Cause 2 is a beautiful but flawed game. It is an incredible sandbox saddled with a terrible method of interacting with it. It is only mod which saved the game for me - without them, I would never have bothered to finish it. Panau is a...60
By New Game Network on April 19, 2010
Just Cause 2 is a sandbox-style action game. That might make some people run for the hills, but bear with me. The title comes our way courtesy of Swedish developer Avalanche Studios and Eidos Interactive labels, which were published by Square Enix. It...76
By ThinkDigit on April 13, 2010
One of the better sandbox-style games with a near perfect blend of freedom and tight, challenging game-playProsMassive game world with lots to do; Difficulty scales well as the game progresses; Pretty impressive collection of air, water and...80
By Gamervision on April 11, 2010
Every so often, a game comes along that shatters the status quo. A game that challenges norms, rewrites the rules, and does a bunch of other things that can only be explained with cliches that don't really mean anything. Just Cause 2 doesn't do...85
By Tech2 on April 05, 2010
While most of the stuff I’ve listed so far is pretty much capable of destroying any hope you have on enjoying a game, JC2 weathers the storm purely thanks to its over the top vibe that’ll lead to many "OMFG Did you see that?" moments. For...70
By Gaming Age on March 31, 2010
Just Cause 2 might be my new favorite sandbox style game. Sure, it lacks the destruction of last years Red Faction: Guerilla, but for open world gameplay on a large scale, there's nothing on consoles or PC that can touch Just Cause 2 at the moment....85
By AtomicGamer on March 26, 2010
Open-world action games seem to go through cycles just like game consoles themselves do. Rockstar Games comes out with a new Grand Theft Auto that sort of resets the genre and raises the bar, and then other developers spend the next several years...90