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  • Blog Post: Amazing Blade Runner style(Cyberpunk) atmosphere and a good mix of cover shooting and stealth gameplay make this game awesome.

    I've played roughly 200 7th gen titles,and Deus Ex Human Revolution stands out as one of the most addictive games I've played from the 7th gen. What makes it stand out the most is it's atmosphere.It has amazing neon,futuristic cities underneath dark,polluted skies and when you explore the... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex Human Revolution. Brilliant story, true to the original

    Deus Ex Apparatus (God out of Machine) Wow where do I begin with this amazing title. First let me say this is my favourite game this gen. Eidos Montreal gathered the finest writers (Mary DeMarle, and James Swallow) their side of the equator to bring us a story rich in conspiracy, and true to the Deus... More
  • Blog Post: Quality Cyberpunk in a Fetching Gold Package

    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... More
  • Blog Post: I can't think of any way that this game could be better.

    So how would you like to play this game? Are you a fan of first-person shooters? No problem- this isn't Call of Duty, but it beats the hell out of FF7DoC. Want a tense, stealth-based experience? This isn't Metal Gear Solid, but you'll get your fill of air-vent crawling, silencer-pistol fun... More
  • Blog Post: Please, Please Make Another One

    I am writing reviews as a hobby. My ideal career is in making robotics, especially robotic limbs and bionics; So it's easy to see how I would be incredibly excited about this game. I am happy to say that I am not disappointed. This game makes you feel like a bionic badass, and in most situations... More
  • Blog Post: The long overdue sequel we deserve

    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... More
  • Blog Post: Patience is a Virtue in the World of Deus Ex

    Deus Ex is one of those rare games that can either be as deep or as shallow as you want. It all depends on how you decide to approach its subject matter and how invested you choose to become in its mature narrative. On the surface you're getting a FPS/stealth hybrid with a sprinkling of RPG elements... More
  • Blog Post: Deus ex returns to console

    I was skeptical about getting it Deus ex at first. It looked great, and looked fun, but I was still not 100%. Then, I took a shot in the dark, and it was good hit. Not completely succesful hit, but still a good hit. Graphics are good. Cutscenes can look very good. Campaign looks good to, but sometimes... More
  • Blog Post: Cyberpunk's Triumph

    Never thought that I'd buy this game,I wasn't very interested,largely because of the first person camera view,it just turned my excitement down. But when I found this game $30 cheaper than the other game I thought why not? And boy,I was SO wrong about this game,I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT. First off... More
  • Blog Post: Quite good but not perfect

    So I've been playing Deus Ex human Revolution for a while now and i was deeply impressed. working on getting experience points and trying to find every hidden path is really rewarding. seeing how much you can sneak around without getting noticed is rewarding and the only big problem i had with it... More
  • Blog Post: Augment Rising

    I never played the original Deus Ex, after diving through this prequel, it's safe to say I'm totally hooked on the series. Edios Montreal has developed a wonderfully crafted game with all the right parts needed to make such work. Provocative storyline, excellent stealth and intriguing side missions... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex: Human Revolution review

    [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... More
  • Blog Post: I Never Asked for This

    Before heading onto the good stuff, let's talk about the negatives: facial animations and choppy shooting. I agree with the other reviewers when it comes down to the faces. The cinematics the game show real emotion but everything in-between, not so much. I also feel Adam Jensen has truly turned into... More
  • Blog Post: Awesome with few issues

    In general, this game is kickass. I think it combines different elements of games almost perfectly, while at the same time having a VERY awesome story. Characters are also great, and if you like conspiracy, you'll love this game XD. The last thing i'd like to rant on is the amazing interactiveness... More
  • Blog Post: A Revised Classic Maintains Its Fan Favorite Status

    Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 It has been a while since the original Deus Ex hit shelves way back when. It seems like an even longer wait from the time Human Revolution was announced, until the painfully delayed release date. Thankfully, much of the game is cleaned up and carries... More
  • Blog Post: A Quality Game That Almost Lives Up To Expectations

    I had high hopes for Human Revolution. After playing the original and being blown away by the depth of it (especially during the time it came out), the long awaited prequel left me feeling satisfied yet not altogether blown away like I was before. The E3 trailer for Human Revolution raised my expectations... More
  • Blog Post: Review

    The game Deus Ex:Human Revalution was an awsome game. It had many of todays rpg elaments.And it was quite enjoyable. More
  • Blog Post: Your Game. Played by You.

    Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a title that was faced with a challenge that all devs might fear: revive a classic without killing it and changing it too much. I, personally, never played the original Deus Ex or Invisible War, but after being introduced into such an intriguing series through such an (almost... More
  • Blog Post: Thoughts on Deus Ex: Human Revolution

    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... More
  • Blog Post: Video Game Review: Deus Ex: Human Revolution; The Future Is In Good Hands

    Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 It’s been a long time since Ion Storm’s and Eidos Interactive’s cult rpg/action hit Deus Ex was released in 2000. Praised for its cyberpunk setting, engaging story, and the variety of gameplay options available to players, it made... More
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