Just Cause 2 Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Game Description:Rico Rodriguez returns in a brand new adventure that features an even more expansive virtual playground than its predecessor. Traverse the 1000 km island of Panau on foot, in dozens of vehicles, or parachute into its various geologically disparate sections ranging from mountain tops to rain forests to deserts. Pull off amazing acrobatic stunts as you move fluidly from ground to air with the help of your trusty grappling hook. Tackle objectives in whatever order you see fit, and approach all challenges in unique and varied ways thanks to the game's open-ended design.
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Just Cause 2 Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Just Cause 2 Launch Trailer

    Posted: March 17, 2010

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  • Just Cause 2 "Tuk Tuk" Guided Missile Stunt Trailer

    Posted: March 16, 2010

    1,637 Views | 01:21

  • Just Cause 2 Rocket Launcher Jump Trailer

    Posted: March 9, 2010

    762 Views | 01:16

  • Just Cause 2 Demo Announcement Trailer

    Posted: March 5, 2010

    3,189 Views | 02:00

  • Just Cause 2 "Up" Grade Stunt Trailer

    Posted: March 2, 2010

    1,228 Views | 01:25


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