While driving down the New Jersey parkway for Thanksgiving, I began to notice a lot of water and radio towers perched high above the trees. "Wow, I could easily blow them up or tether them to the ground and bring them down," I thought.
That's when I realized that Just Cause 3 had taken over me and my way of thinking. For a game that's essentially "Explosion: The Video Game," it's consumed a lot of my brain.
I'm sure many of you hopped in to the series, like I did, after seeing what was possible with Just Cause 2's grappling mechanic. Well, let's just say that the sequel takes that mechanic, as well as just about every other, to a whole new level.