A recent job listing from Avalanche Studios may reveal the developer to be working on a downloadable instalment to the Just Cause franchise.
I wouldn't mind. Just Cause 2 was a great game. So long as it's cheap. =)
It's got huge potential if the pricing is right. This could be the bee's bollocks if it turns out true.
i need to start playing just cause 2 again picked it up last month but black ops 2k11 and now ME2 AND soon MvC3+KZ3 will take up to much time
... but you can already pick up Just Cause 2 right now for about 10-15 bucks when you shop around, so unless the XBLA/PSN version is a big improvement, I would just get the retail-game JC2 instead.
Where can you get it for $10-15??? I just bought it 2 days ago and cheapest I could find in-stock (including online) was $30 used.
... play.com had it a short time ago for 14 euros, but it's even been as low as 7 euro on their site. I also believe playasia.com had it for around 10 bucks a few weeks ago, but not sure.
I got it for $20 brand new from Gamestop a couple days ago.
mercenary 1 was great JC2 was great not combine the 2 and we get greatness. even though i had more fun with JC1 and had a great time with mercenary 2 i would love to see an open world game like mercenary 1 and JC 2 to combine and see what we get
Just Cause 2 was very underrated
It;s an interesting proposition at least...
...be co-op, pleeeeeeeassse be co-op!!! 0_0
I couldn't imagine how it would be. The world is. Massive.
Just Cause 2 was my GOTY, so... Do it, Avalanche!
I want DLC.
I'd rather they work on Just Cause 3 If the Map in JC2 is that big I can't wait to see what it's like in JC3
Would enlarging the map even be something we want? I say keep the size and add more things to do.
Just Cause was a great game tbf. Hopefully this is true.
Hope its online
just cause 2 pan nau biggest free-roam sandbox game ever existed.
Co-op for Just Cause 2 would be amazing. Sometimes I still play it, just flying around exploring the joungles.
I'd rather have Just Cause 3 :/
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