I'm a big fan of modding any game, some (like Fallout 3) I have epic mod lists for but for some reason playing Just Cause 2 I'm resisting the temptation to mod the game to hell before I finish the campaign/achievements. Still, mods are a great way to add some extra replayability when a game is starting to go stale on you.
Just download the .Bin files to your "Dropzone" folder.
Its just JustCause2\Dropzone, if you don't have a dropzone folder, just create one. Its a simple installation and removal process.
Explosion mods are were it's at! I've been having way too much fun modding anything and everything I can. Now if only I can beat the damn game without getting sidetracked every 2 minutes.
Mikemcn understands :D
I'm pretty certain now that I just misunderstood where these mods could be used because I saw a youtube video of these mods with a 360 interface - but that was because it was a PC with a 360 gamepad.
To clarify, I didn't just watch all of these mods on youtube, I have all of these mods installed on my PC and have used all of them, most just come with youtube links beneath the download link.
"This is what i was thinking...
"Xbox 360 "
The mod community for Just Cause 2 has come out in full force and if you own the PC or Xbox 360 versions of Just Cause 2 these are the Top 5 mods you cannot afford to miss.