The Just Cause 2 demo finally hit Xbox Live this morning, and it was also released on PSN and Steam a little while ago. Here is a few gameplay sequences extracted from the 30 minute demo, which will show you how good the game looks, with very nice graphics and lighting effects, along with a almost-always-consistent framerate. Not everything is perfect gameplay-wise, aiming being a bit difficult at first, but nothing you cannot eventually get used to. Sure, you will have to do with a somehow tacky atmosphere, but if you're in to sandbox games where you can just let your imagination go crazy, then stop looking, this is just what you need. Let's hope the retail version can confirm all the fun there seems to be.
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I wasn't really setting up any specific comparison at all. I said modern phones and many PCs. That's pretty vague. You can set whatever limits on that you want. (9 Hours ago)
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