Employees work inside an office managed by a boss. Tasks are divided into mundane custom paper works and Excel spreadsheets. Essentially, they're all tied within company rules and regulations. No slacking allowed or you'll get fired.
For Rico Rodriguez of Just Cause 2, his office is the island of Panau - a vast, pristine isle encapsulating a paradise filled with explosion and grappling-hook action. Just Cause 2, the sequel to Just Cause, continues with a more griping story about three notorious gangs trying to steal control from a corrupt political entity. The story seems a bit cliched but, that's just the tip of the iceberg.
Just Cause 2 picks up with Rico's unbelievable ability to hijack choppers with his handy-dandy grappling hook, beat the pilot silly, drop him off his comfortable seat, manuever the chopper out of dead man's land and crash it anywhere. Yes, that's how explosive this game is. Just Cause 2 is more dynamite than Grand Theft Auto though, the two games share common values as high-rated sandbox type video games.
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