Complete Achievement List for Just Cause 3 (Xbox, Playstation – 2015)

Just Cause 3

Just Cause 3 – Achievements
There are 47 achievements with a total of 1000 points.

(Just) Causin’ Chaos (10 points)
Get 1000 Chaos.

Chaos is My Middle Name (30 points)
Get 100000 Chaos.

Chaos Millionaire (45 points)
Get 1000000 Chaos.

…Without Bullets! (20 points)
Destroy every Chaos Object in a Military Base without weapons, grenades, or planted explosives.

My Little Rocket Man (20 points)
Tether an enemy to a launched gas cannister. Adeo, amico!

This was Supposed to be a Western (20 points)
Destroy all Chaos Objects in a Base without leaving your vehicle.

You’re Outta Here! (20 points)
Plant a Booster Explosive on an enemy soldier. Then send them flying.

Bragging Rights (10 points)
Beat another player’s score in a Challenge.

Getting it in Gear (10 points)
Earn at least 3 Gears in a Challenge.

You’ve Got Gear (15 points)
Earn 5 Gears in a Challenge.

A Real Gear-Getter (20 points)
Earn at least 3 Gears in one Challenge of every type.

All the Gears (40 points)
Earn 5 Gears in every Challenge.

Earth, Wind and Sea (25 points)
Unlock Rebel Drops for at least one land vehicle, one air vehicle, and one sea vehicle.

Caught ‘Em All! (35 points)
Collect every vehicle available by bringing them to Mario’s Garages.

Tomb Raider (15 points)
Pay your respects at every Ancient Tomb.

Remember the Fallen (20 points)
Light a candle at every Rebel Shrine.

Diary of the Madman (20 points)
Discover all of Di Ravello’s audio tapes.

Old School Cool (20 points)
Find every vintage weapon and vehicle part.

Consummate Daredevil (20 points)
Drive a land vehicle off of every Daredevil Jump in Medici.

No Stone Unturned (35 points)
Find every collectible strewn across Medici.

Top of the World (20 points)
Stand on foot at the highest point of Medici.

Anything You Can Do… (15 points)
Beat a score you were Called-Out on.

Feat Fetish (20 points)
Perform every Feat.

Vive la Revolution (15 points)
Liberate a Province.

Take That, You Pipeline Jerks (10 points)
Disable the FOW in Insula Fonte.

Baker’s Dozen (20 points)
Liberate 13 Settlements.

Taming the Dracon (30 points)
Completely liberate Insula Dracon.

Hope Springs Eternal (30 points)
Completely liberate Insula Fonte.

Heart of Stone (30 points)
Completely liberate Insula Striate.

Unlocked and Fully Loaded (40 points)
Unlock every weapon and vehicle available in the Rebel Drop menu.

Winner Takes All, Again (50 points)
100% Just Cause 3.

Can’t Touch This (10 points)
Call-Out another player in a Feat.

Forgive Me, Father… (10 points)
Take sanctuary in a monastery to clear Heat Level 5.

MOD Initiate (10 points)
Unlock your first GEAR MOD and activate it.

MOD Specialist (20 points)
Unlock every GEAR MOD in a single category.

MOD Tinkerer (35 points)
Have every GEAR MOD active for at least 1 minute each.

First Encounter (10 points)
Successfully complete an Encounter.

Supply and Demand (15 points)
Unlock 10 Resupply Points by completing Encounters.

Three Holy Hideaways (15 points)
Unlock 3 Heat-Clearing Priests by completing Encounters.

Secret Achievements

Enjoy Your Homecoming (10 points)
Complete Story Mission: Welcome Home.

What a Disaster (15 points)
Complete Story Mission: A Terrible Reaction.

The Power of Bavarium (15 points)
Complete Story Mission: A Long and Dangerous Road.

These Mines are the Pits (15 points)
Complete Story Mission: The Great Escape.

F!#& YOU, MISSILE (20 points)
Complete Story Mission: Missile Cowboy.

Finally on the Offensive (20 points)
Complete Story Mission: Tangled Up In Blue.

Mistakes and Triumphs (20 points)
Complete Story Mission: The Shatterer of Worlds.

Son of Medici (30 points)
Complete Story Mission: Son of Medici.

Poll Reminder: VOTE on Your 3 Most Anticipated Films of 2016 (Time is Running Out!)

Captain America: Civil War, The Winter Soldier, Captain America, Chris Evans, Sebastian Stan

This is just your friendly reminder that our monthly poll only has a few days left, so get your clicking fingers over to the site’s main page at and vote for your three most anticipated films of 2016.  If you only voted once, you can vote two more times.  The point is to pick your favorite three so we can get some diversity in the vote.  Despite that wistful notion, Captain America: Civil War has been battling Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice since we started and since Cap finally released a trailer to compete with the two we’ve had for BvS, it’s pulled into a comfortable lead.  Star Wars: Rogue One and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them have also garnered a number of votes, but the polls almost always see a last minute surge of voting (no doubt because I annoyingly remind you to vote every month….multiple times…’s not neediness if you actually need to do it).  We’ll dub the official Killing Time Most Anticipated Film of 2016 next week, so vote whilst you may!
Superman, Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Henry Cavill

Trailer Time: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016) *The Undead Meet Mr. Darcy*

I don’t say this to brag, but I’m a very well-read person.  I went through a phase from 10-20 when I read pretty much every “classic” in print.  I did TRY to read Jane Austen, but found that it was very hard to focus on the story when I was rolling my eyes every six seconds.  There are Austen DIE HARDS.  I should know, because my mother and my sister revere anything she writes like it’s just shy of the King James Bible on the “Take This Very Freaking Seriously” list.  The BBC could adapt Jane Austen’s shopping list and my mom and sister would weep in rapt attention.

So when Seth Grahame-Smith, who also wrote Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Sense & Sensibility & Sea Monsters, wrote Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, it was all I could do to not make that their Christmas present with touching personal inscription the gist of which would have been “HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA”.  THIS is an Austen movie I can get behind, yet, somehow, I think the female members of my family won’t take it to heart the way they have at least seventeen versions of it that they have on video.  Read the official synopsis and check out the poster for the film, as well.  I don’t say this all to say that it is going to be GOOD.  I say all this to say there is a film that has Mr. Darcy as a zombie killer and that means America still works.

A zombie outbreak has fallen upon the land in Jane Austen’s classic tale of the tangled relationships between lovers from different social classes in 19th century England. Feisty heroine Elizabeth Bennet (Lily James) is a master of martial arts and weaponry and the handsome Mr. Darcy (Sam Reilly) is a fierce zombie killer, yet the epitome of upper class prejudice. As the zombie outbreak intensifies, they must swallow their pride and join forces on the blood-soaked battlefield. Continue reading Trailer Time: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016) *The Undead Meet Mr. Darcy*

Site Note: Thanksgiving Movie Reviews

Today is Black Friday and, no doubt, you’ve spent it in a tryptophan-induced haze blindly purchasing things online that you have absolutely no use for (as is the American tradition).  Another such tradition is heading to the movies, and I know that we’re several reviews behind here at KT.  There’s a very good reason for that, and it is simply that this holiday is a particularly difficult one for my family and I’m spending the weekend with them.  Movies are easily one of my five favorite things on the planet, but the people we love and share them with are so much more exponentially important (granted this would be a tougher call were a new Star Wars movie coming out NOW, but family is still priority).  So, next week, I plan on seeing a ton of movies and showering you lovely nerds with reviews aplenty.  Happy holiday weekend to you all, and thank you for indulging our barn of nerditry that we run here.

Trailer Time: The Big Short Trailer #2 (2015) *Batman vs. Banks!!!*

I have a brother and a bunch of friends who talk the language of finance with fluency.  They know their stuff.  I have, after years of consideration, decided that I have a special form of autism that applies whenever dollar signs come into play.  I not only barely understand it, but it interests me about as much as the mating habits of ferrets.  That being said, if Michael Lewis is writing a book about money, I’ll read it like a Grisham novel.  Moneyball, Liar’s Poker, Flashboys and The Big Short are all somehow so gripping, despite my lack of interest in the subject matter that I could not recommend them more.  For The Big Short, I was originally taken aback that Adam McKay was the director because he’s Anchorman, Talladega Nights, comedy director Adam McKay.  But maybe you need a comedy director to tell this incredibly weird story and the talent he has! Pitt, Carrell, Bale, Gosling, Leo and more!  This looks fantastic and is going to be a big player come Oscar time.  Read Variety’s synopsis and get ready to play some more Moneyball come December 11th. Continue reading Trailer Time: The Big Short Trailer #2 (2015) *Batman vs. Banks!!!*