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Some leaked screenshots have cropped up from what looks to be an early debug build of Just Cause 3. These images by no means the absolute real deal but they look to indicate a move towards microtransactions for the roaming open-world series.
We knew it would happen eventually, but Square Enix has now registered the Just Cause 3 domain name ahead of a possible E3 reveal.
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.
According to Avalanche Studios’ head honcho, the writing is on the wall for the Call of Duty franchise, following a less than stellar reception to the latest iteration.
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.
There have been studies on the topic before, and the numbers are clear: in the best of cases, only 50% of players will finish a AAA game's story.
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!
It looks like Avalanche Studios founder, Christofer Sundberg, is getting restless regarding the eventual announcement of Just Cause 3 as he has teased another picture of what looks like Rico Rodriguez.
"We've got our publisher's PR crew here today. Maybe I should shake them up a little bit and leak something just for the fun of it." Christofer Sundberg, Avalanche Studio founder said in a Tweet.