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Quality Cyberpunk in a Fetching Gold Package
on October 02, 2013 at 02:52 PM
When a developer decides to reboot a classic franchise, they're generally taking a significant risk. It is, unfortunately, fairly common for reboots to alienate a franchise's original fanbase due to any number of revisions. Reviving the classic Deus Ex franchise was no small task on the part...
The long overdue sequel we deserve
on September 14, 2012 at 09:19 PM
The Deus Ex series is one that may not have lent itself well to a traditional sequel. The first one is a beloved PC masterpiece that offered much in the way of choice and story, with some technical issues and graphical problems being but minor issues in a genre defining title. The second is almost universally...
Deus Ex: Human Revolution review
on October 23, 2011 at 04:35 PM
[Note: This is a PC review] It has been 8 years since Invisible War released. In 2005 Ion Storm was shut down and the Deus Ex franchise was left in the dark. Until Eidos Montreal took upon themselves the task to bring back the franchise with Deus Ex: Human Revolution . Their endeavour resulted in an...
Thoughts on Deus Ex: Human Revolution
on September 28, 2011 at 03:15 PM
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a polished game that does everything right. The combination of a great story, strong creative art direction, and solid gameplay style with a variety of options make it a thoroughly enjoyable game that makes you want more in the end. Thankfully with the various options and...
Deus Ex: Utilizing The "Invisible Hand"
on September 19, 2011 at 11:19 PM
Some games have it, some games don't. But few seem to pride themselves on it quite like Deus Ex: Human Revolution does. What I'm talking about is the "Invisible Hand". We've all encountered it before. You're presented with a choice (to increase replay value) that is clearly...
The Revolution is a Success
on September 10, 2011 at 08:09 PM
Normally, I would've never picked up a Stealth game. It's not that I hate them, but with being a high school with a minimum wage job, I have to choose carefully what gets my $60. That's why what really drove me to buy this game at first, was Square Enix. It's always been my favorite company...
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games
The Game Store Guy
on September 01, 2011 at 01:11 AM
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review Kid Safe: Low (2.5 / 10) Game Quality: Very High (9.0 / 10) Genre: First Person Shooter / Open World RPG - This game is characterized by the viewpoint and the weapons used in the title. In a first person shooter, you are looking down the barrel of a gun as though you...
Better than I thought
on August 31, 2011 at 12:51 PM
This game really suprised me. When I first heard about the comeback of one of my favorite pc games. How could you not love Adam Jensen the cyborg dude who throws vending machines off a building.If ur not a fan of stealth games or rpg's youll still love this game because of suprising yet unique story...
My first contender for GOTY
on August 28, 2011 at 08:16 PM
Without a doubt this game is one of the best from this generation. There are some problems along the way but to me the better parts of this game far out weight them. This is a game all about choices and it follows through on them. Whether you want to stealth, go guns blazing, or hack your way through...
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