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Launching to not the greatest deal of fanfare five years ago, Just Cause 2 has become an enduring symbol of free-form sandbox gameplay and the mind-blowing capabilities of modding communities. It’s meant that even now thousands of players are still logging in and causing carnage daily, and it’s not gone unnoticed by publisher Square Enix.
Its sequel might be bearing down on us in a matter of months, but the team responsible for the Just Cause 2 Multiplayer mod is still beavering away on its chaotic creation. Just Cause 2 Multiplayer is just about to get a massive new update, bringing it up to a modest 0.2 version.
Battlefield 4 has most definitely had a shaky start, with stability weaker than Bambi’s legs, as the onrushing hordes trying to crush into the game’s 64-player modes.
Distributed Denial Of Service attacks (DDOS) are the internet's equivalent of Torching a building - no matter who wants to use a service, good or bad, they can't.
The Just Cause 2 Multiplayer project is really going full steam ahead, and after the recent beta tests, the devs are aiming for a little more.
As we mentioned before the weekend, the Just Cause 2 Multiplayer team were once more opening the servers for testing, and inviting you all to play.
Just Cause 2 has various deep, underlying commentaries on the USA foreign policy and the like, none of which anyone pays attention to because Explosions!
The newly released over-the-top sandbox shooter Just Cause 2 has exploded its way straight to the top of the UK charts.
Just Cause 2. The game that lets you abseil down a helicopter. Now thats gaming.