Seriously - I have purchased Mass Effect 2, Little King's Story, Halo:Reach and Fallout: NV and haven't even played them yet because of my addiction. Any ideas of what I should do?
Help! I can't stop playing Just Cause 2!
Nothing, after you finish the game, there is a percentage so there are more side missions taking over places. You won't be able to stop regardless because the game is so much fun, even taking over places with no mission objectives.
You should consider playing mass effect 2 on the side. I myself usually play a few games and stuff, I don't play one game at a time.
"I had a friend like you, he died with an Xbox controller in his hand and the words 'JC2 forever' carved into his chest. "
You're lucky, my friend started attaching people to fireworks and lighting them up. He then climbed up the empire state building and atempted to parachute down. Needless to say, the parachute didn't work.
I played the absolute shit out of Just Cause 2, it is such a good game. I even double dipped and have it on Xbox 360, and PC.
The game looks so beautiful, too. That engine they use is really something -- especially on PC with everything cranked up. But I have to say while it took me a long time to get tired of the game, when I finally did I never wanted to touch it again. Ever. Usually when I play a game that much I'll say to myself 'man, I'll do a second playthrough one day.' But not JC2 -- I never want to see another resource item again.
If gameplay sessions of Just Cause 2 last for more than 8 hours, please consult your doctor right away.
PS: You won't stop playing until you've gotten to the point where you're like "I can get that 75% completeion trophy!". Then you wear yourself out on the game when you realize that it's hard to get money for all those jets you're getting from the black market without Story missions.
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