Extend the PSN Demo of Just Cause 2 for PS3 or on XBox 360
Today Mike Oldman (aka mycoldman) of the of Square-Enix has revealed numerous ways to to extend the open world action sequel Just Cause 2 PSN demo for PS3 or on Microsoft's XBox 360 console.
For those curious, Avalanche Studios' demo, by default, is limited to 30 minutes of play time.
Ranging from 2 minutes to only an additional 30 seconds, gamers can receive a total of 12 extra minutes to enjoy the demo. While completing the missions or beating a race will earn you more time so will things such as 50 kills.
To quote: Hey guys, here's the complete list of things you can do in the demo to earn yourself more time:
Earning Time Extensions (DEMO)
- Complete Race Challenge - 2 minutes
- Complete Faction Mission - 1 minute
- Discover 10 Locations - 30 seconds
- 100% Complete 3 Locations - 30 seconds
- 50 Kills - 30 seconds
- 5 Melee Kills - 30 seconds
- 5 Fall Kills - 30 seconds
- 5 Juggle Kills - 30 seconds
- 1 Drag Kill - 30 seconds
- 5 Piņata Kills - 30 seconds
- 5 Hang Kills - 30 seconds
- 5 Road Kills - 30 seconds
- 10 Headshots - 30 seconds
- 1 Wrecking Ball - 30 seconds
- BASE Jump 300m - 30 seconds
- Parachute Climb 150m - 30 seconds
- 10 Unique Vehicles Driven - 30 seconds
- 5 Stunt Driver Points - 30 seconds
- 5 Hijackings - 30 seconds
- Low Flyer for 15 seconds - 30 seconds
If you want more than that, I'd recommend not leaving the starting settlement.
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PC users have it best There's a simple way with CheatEngine to freeze the clock and play forever.
Umm - or simply create another PSN account in half minute and play 30 minutes again
I don't understand why there's a time limit at all. Is this a relatively new thing in gaming?
Personally I think the idea is ridiculous and dumb. A demo is already limited to begin with, why should extra restrictions be placed... Again the player suffers heavy handedness by Sony (and/or) the developers. I CANNOT wait until the PS3 can run homebrew stuff, bring some rights back to the player base (In this case, making a ps3 version of the time-limit restriction removal).