If you've played Just Cause 3 you'll be familiar with hero Rico Rodriguez's wingsuit, with which he can glide and swoop gracefully around Medici. If that seems a bit sedate, you might be interested in the Just Cause 3's upcoming Sky Fortress DLC, which straps a missile-launching jet pack to Rico, transforming him into a human F-14.
He's going to need it to reach the new sky fortress itself: a high-tech, high-altitude helicarrier full of bad guys and their drone army. Mike warms up the new jet-powered wingsuit in the gameplay that follows.
After that display of reckless endangerment and flagrant disregard for personal safety, you might be surprised to see us tackling a survival game next up this week, but we like a challenge. It goes as well as you would imagine.
The Solus Project is a gorgeous space survival game that reminds us of Matt Damon movie The Martian and other Matt Damon movie Interstellar.
After a quest to find humanity a new home goes awry, we end up dumped on an alien planet with little more to sustain us than our wits and a Nokia 3310. The conditions are harsh and our only source of warmth is a giant rocket engine that will happily cook us in our space suit like a boil-in-the-bag kipper.
If only we had paid more attention in school, maybe we wouldn't be in this predicament. Sadly our opinion on institutions of learning was coloured by these videogame schools, where you're more likely to be carried off by horrors than graduate with honours.
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