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Just Cause 2 Multiplayer Limousine Race Ends Predictably

Posted on Tuesday, April 23 @ 17:47:47 PST by

This video posted by Youtube user FastFlyerJr shows off the Limousine races found only in multiplayer-by-mod Just Cause 2. These players put the pedal to the metal and seem to be more interested in spearing FastFlyerJr's limo against the railing than actually winning the race.

But you know what, who cares? When you start the race with a brief sky dive, miraculously spawn next to a neon-colored luxury vehicle, and then have Parappa the Rapper blaring in your ears, you've already won. Put the controller down, relax, and realize just how abso-f***ing-lutely awesome just existing in this time and space is.

Now get up, turn around, and walk away. Leave your computer chair of power, your keyboard and mouse, and your neatly formed butt-groove. Sit down in front of the TV and don't go back to your computer. You are in a trance and you will do as I command.

Good, he's gone, now I can play.
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