Freeform gameplay – Approach missions in any way you like, or break off from the fight and enjoy exploring the islands
Huge environments with over 250 thousand acres of land to explore – The largest environment ever seen in a game
Over-the-top stunts – Jump from vehicle to vehicle, parasail, skydive, and base-jump
More than 100 of the most varied, exciting array of land, sea and air vehicles ever seen in a video game
Cutting-edge technology delivers a huge, beautiful, detailed world while eliminating loading times
In Just Cause, you take on the role of the flamboyant Rico Rodriguez – a specialist in regime change. The island of San Esperito is suspected of stockpiling WMDs and it’s your job to negate the threat to world peace. This little tropical paradise is about to implode as various factions vie for power. Play the island’s factions off against one another; incite a rebellion among the masses; or build alliances with rebel forces and drug cartels. Explore over 250,000 acres of mountains, jungles, beac
The Mediterranean republic of Medici is suffering under the brutal control of General Di Ravello, a dictator with an insatiable appetite for power. Enter Rico Rodriguez, a man on a mission to destroy the General’s hold on power by any means necessary. With over 400 square miles of complete freedom from sky to seabed and a huge arsenal of weaponry, gadgets and vehicles, prepare to unleash chaos in the most creative and explosive ways you can imagine.
The Air, Land and Sea Pass includes 3 incredible DLC packs no fan will want to miss! It’s never over for Rico Rodriguez; explore Medici like you never imagined with 3 new game-changing explosive experiences featured in the Air, Land and Sea pass including new action-packed missions, new enemy types, weapons, gadgets and unique vehicles that transform the Just Cause 3 world. The 3 add on packs will become available post launch. This content requires the base game Just Ca
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Here’s something very different from my usual work. The other night a discussion at APOD got me looking at the WISE archive and realized there is actually a lot of cool things to be found in there. If you’re looking for the cone and having a hard time, don’t blame yourself. This is a widefield image and north is rotated 90° clockwise. The cone itself is located in the upper left quadrant just to the left of that bright reddish star.
If you are familiar with this part of the sky then this probably looks quite foreign to you. You might even remember there is a bright star called HD 47887 just above the Cone in visible light images. That star and the bright reddish star in this image are not the same stars. In fact, this bright one is totally hidden from view in visible light but WISE reveals it as one of the strikingly bright stars of this image. There’s also an interesting red glow surrounded by another dusty structure in the lower right corner but I’m not sure what’s going on there.
These data are from WISE’s four color cryo stage and all four bands are included. Redder colors (22 microns) are longer wavelengths and bluer are shorter (3.4 microns). As you can see, many of the stars are visible in shorter wavelengths and the dust glows brightly at longer ones which gives the image its strange colors but typical for WISE imagery.
It wasn’t exactly the easiest to job to mosaic together the five required panels for this image. Alignment is not such an issue but between the panels are some major differences in brightness and I’m not sure what the cause is. Whatever the case, keep that in mind if you notice the slight color differences in the background. Some of it may be due to this.
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248/365 I promise I’ll stop experimenting soon, but right now I need all the distraction I can get.
It’s funny, but I didn’t edit in the flare or the bokeh and they look the most out of place. And I found a better way of colour casting, using curves instead of layers.
I want Glastonbury now. I hate school.
Oh yeah, my sister went to the hospital and they decided it was false labour and sent her home. But she’s now back in again, having been in labour since 8am (ouch!). So fingers crossed the little guy is going to come soon, because it’s been 11 hours so far :O
Lisabet and I have returned from our week exploring the wonders of Snowdonia in Wales. What a place. I’ve been to Wales before, around the Black Mountains in South Wales, but Snowdonia has a much more craggy, epic feel to it, featuring as it does the highest mountain in England and Wales: Snowdon (Welsh name: Yr Wyddfa, pronounced er uwuith-fa, meaning “the tumulus”). goo.gl/Axxrmt
However, on our first day in Snowdonia, we were heading towards our holiday cottage in the old mining settlement of Gallt-y-Foel when we soon approached the magical Ogwen valley. Given we had plenty of time before having to check in, we parked up and started to hike up Pen yr Ole Wen (978m/3,209ft, pronounced as pen urr oleh wen, meaning “Head of the White Slope”), climbing alongside the tumbling river Afon Lloer. I found a rather fetching series of waterfalls so I decided to scramble around, finding a little grassy platform alongside the falls. That’s when I turned back and saw this wondrous sight you see in the photo: the mountain is Tryfan (917.5m/3,010ft, pronounced as tri-van, meaning “Three Peaks”), one of Britain’s most recognisable mountains and officially its favourite, the mountain presents a true knife-edge shark fin profile when looking at it from the north, where I was. As I started to set up the composition, powerful winds blew the clouds across Tryfan at great speeds, causing the sun’s light to peak in and out, casting dancing light across the landscape in a myriad of hypnotising ways. Truly, a special moment in our lives. =)
Afon Lloer, Dyffryn Ogwen, Conwy, Snowdonia, Wales.
ISO100, f/16, ⅛sec @ 13mm (19.5mm full-frame equiv.), soft 0.9 and 0.3 ND Grads stacked on my Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 lens with the Nikon D7000. This is a single exposure developed largely in Darktable and then finished for the web in GIMP.
If you like the way my photos look, I have a free HDR photography tutorial using free and open-source software, so it costs you nothing! -> goo.gl/TM1E30
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The Mediterranean republic of Medici is suffering under the brutal control of General Di Ravello, a dictator with an insatiable appetite for power. Enter Rico Rodriguez, a man on a mission to destroy the General’s hold on power by any means necessary. With over 400 square miles of complete freedom from sky to seabed and a huge arsenal of weaponry, gadgets and vehicles, prepare to unleash chaos in the most creative and explosive ways you can imagine
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