Sport & Auto
- About Future
- Digital Future
- Cookies Policy
- Terms & Conditions
- Investor Relations
- Contact Future
The first order of business in Just Cause 2 isn’t to steal a car, or motorcycle, or ATV, or fighter jet, or attack chopper. It isn’t to go exploring the miles and miles of jungles, mountains, and cities. No, first you must wrap your head around the grappling hook and parachute.
We recently got another chance to test out how well Tarzan (er, Rico) the secret agent swings in the run up to his launch into the public sphere in late March. And it turns out that he’s swinging rather well, as it happens.
Let’s do a quick recap for those who haven’t been here very long. Rico is a sort of Hispanic James Bond, but with an even more uncanny ability to dodge death and defeat evil.
From a dancer’s perspective, the Just Dance series has always been the Jersey Shore of dancing games: wildly popular, flashy and easy to understand, but very little in the way of substance. Restricted by the Wii’s single-input method of motion control, you could generally flail around the room and still pass songs. However, the series is attempting to beef up its previously simple iterations and hit the Kinect with a few new features exclusive to the 360...
Log in using Facebook to share comments, games, status update and other activity easily with your Facebook feed.