how is JC4 already 2 years old? It feels like it came out yesterday User:AEgaming2
- Not to me. I feel like JC4's already pretty old, and JC5 should have come out a year ago. Anonymous1234abc (talk) 04:52, 6 December 2020 (UTC)
- JC2 is a mixed basket. The destruction is really fun, but moving around can be a little slow. User:AEgaming2
- It's only "a little slow" in comparison to JC3 and JC4. In comparison to nearly all other video games, it's very fast. When JC2 was new and people got used to the speed and convenience of using a grappler and having constant access to a helicopter, they found it very difficult to ever go back to playing GTA and other similar games. Every Just Cause adds something big to the gameplay. Of course it'll seem slower in comparison to newer games in the series. When JC1 was new, it was a pretty big deal that the map has so many helicopters available and that Rico has infinite parachutes. So it's all relative. GMRE (talk) 20:17, 9 December 2020 (UTC)
- Also, the parachute was a little faster before the wingsuit came in JC3. GMRE (talk) 19:13, 10 December 2020 (UTC)
Ok guys, hear me out, I have a theory on the origin of the demons from the JC4 dlc. The description of Pachakawri states that ancient legend is that a fallen star caused the large crater. Since there is almost no way the demons are of earth origin, perhaps what happened was: 1. A mysterious meteor fell from the sky and cause a thick black smog to cover the sky 2. The demons were carried in that smog across Solís. 3. The Qacha people were terrorized by them 4. They eventually defeated them and sealed them away at the necropolis. Again just a theory.
- Well... there would't be any need for air travel by smog. The demons are mostly plant-based and it was shown that they sort of tunneled under ground to the mainland pretty quickly. So I would imagine that they used this originally too. GMRE (talk) 19:13, 10 December 2020 (UTC)
how 2 die
1. Wingsuit. 2. By the time you started wingsuiting, you’ve already hit a lampost. 3. Mission completed.
Yep this tutorial works. although if You have heat and survive the lamppost ,they gun you down before You have a chance to get up.
It’s all Vertical Fuel Tank from the third installment of the Just Cause series developed by Square Enix and Avalanche Studios titled Just Cause 3 (2015)? Always has been.
Don't forget to use signatures (added by a set of 4 of this wave symbol: "~"). On this talk page there are already 2 places where it's impossible to tell who said what, with out having to search through the page history. GMRE (talk) 20:55, 18 December 2020 (UTC)
K guys I’m going inactive for about a week see you then User:AEgaming2
I’m back AEgaming2 (talk) 12:20, 12 January 2021 (UTC)
Epic gamer moment
Guys I don’t know who sex is but apparently I offended him let’s go! I even got registered for it! AEgaming2 (talk) 02:38, 16 January 2021 (UTC)
Why is the damage Rico takes so varied? Like he can literally jump off of a mountain and be completely fine, but if he gets barely scraped something while wingsuiting, it’s instant death. I’m not sure what’s going on here, but they should at least make it so you don’t just die and then not be able to tell why. AEgaming2 (talk) 14:38, 11 February 2021 (UTC)
- Because the game developers gave him plot armor, but didn't want the game to be too easy. Hence, things that should kill you wouldn't, but things that should only hurt you will still hurt you. For example, if he can survive a direct hit from a tank's 100 mm gun, he should be invincible to normal gunfire, right? Well, no, because while the game doesn't want you to die so easy, it doesn't want some gameplay factors to be completely useless. Anonymous1234abc (talk) 00:28, 12 February 2021 (UTC)
Experimenting with the Getting Over It Easter egg
So I was able to get the cauldron from the Easter Egg way out of where it should be and found a few interesting things about it.
- It can be hooked up with boosters and air lifters to increase mobility
- It derails trains if a train hits it
- It functions the same underwater as it does normally
- The trains sometimes force the cauldron into “Blue hell”
- The direction can be changed by running it over
- And a number six: Rico is invincible while inside. Anonymous1234abc (talk) 03:09, 7 March 2021 (UTC)
well, I tried this, and unfortunately, no. Rico is immune to all damage, except drowning. AEgaming2 (talk) 21:13, 12 April 2021 (UTC)