Sometimes when you're onto a winning formula, all that's left to do is refine and perfect it until the whole world takes notice. Such is the case for Just Cause 3, another sequel in an already highly anarchic franchise, that rather than go down some route of fleshing out character motives or making you ponder on the destructive nature of mankind - decided to revel in it. Right off the bat you're thrust into a section featuring a rocket launcher with infinite ammo, and the pace doesn't let up from there on in. By taking Assassin's Creed/Far Cry's map-unlocking system by way of clearing certain outposts, developers Avalanche are literally just handing you the keys to all sorts of hefty firepower, before letting you point it in whichever direction you please. The graphics are stunning, the action is relentless and the custom set-pieces you can create are truly absurd. Simply ask yourself how much longevity you can get out of a never-ending supply of C4, and that's your answer to Just Cause 3's appeal.