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Just Cause 2 RePack PC Game


Dive into an adrenaline-fuelled free-roaming adventure. As agent Rico Rodriguez, your orders are to find and kill your friend and mentor who has disappeared on the island paradise of Panau. There, you must cause maximum chaos by land, sea and air to shift the balance of power. With the unique grapple and parachute combo, BASE jump, hijack and create your own high-speed stunts. With 400 square miles of rugged terrain and hundreds of weapons and vehicles, Just Cause 2 defies gravity and belief. Take to the air like no other game.




Just Cause 2 RePack PC Game



Three Denuvo-protected games were released today by CPY. Just Cause 3, Mad Max & Sherlock Holmes: The Devils Daughter. All three will have their own FitGirl repacks but of course. JC3 and MM compression ratio and installation speed will be improved, just like with GTA5.


Earlier today (Sep 20, 2014) I tried to add a short section to an article, but the edit was blocked by the filter, without explanation, and I was asked to report the problem here. I reported a false positive, under the (automatically generated) title "An automated filter has identified my edit as potentially unconstructive". I checked again now and see that my report has been deleted from this page, without explanation, but the section header remained. That is OK, because a while later I guessed that the problem was a markup typo, fixed it, tried the edit again, and it succeeded. I just fould it strange that my report was deleted without explanation. --Jorge Stolfi (talk) 03:11, 21 September 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Should we perhaps move Wikipedia talk:Edit filter/False positives to Wikipedia talk:Edit filter/False positives/Reports? As I mentioned above, this page has 197 watchers (including 20 who have visited recent edits), while the other page has 871 watchers (including 160 who have visited recent edits). I get the feeling that some of the "regulars" are not following discussions here, because nothing interesting ever happens at the semi-protected Wikipedia:Edit filter/False positives page, so there is no reason to watch it. Regardless of what we decide about the warning, I still think we should create a Wikipedia:Edit filter/False positives/Instructions page, but without greater participation, it would just be a few of us telling everyone else what to do. Suffusion of Yellow (talk) 00:00, 13 February 2019 (UTC)Reply[reply]


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