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  • 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: 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: 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: 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
  • Blog Post: I'm thinking Average.

    I've Been playing this game for a few days now and I can't get past the combat system. I mean you're suppose to be this uber-awesome cyber warrior, but you have to eat an energy bar between takedowns...Really!!! I was really hoping to see the ease of use and polish of the new military shooters... More
  • Blog Post: Check the tech

    It has a decent concept as far as the story is concerned some of the ideas about the tech should be placed on the concept of how the set up in the original games compared to Deus Ex Human Revolution. I'm actually surprised that they didn't attempt the remaking of the original games to bring them... More
  • Blog Post: And This Is From A Guy Who Hates Stealth...

    And I mean HATE stealth, but this game is FANTASTIC. You play as Adam Jensen, an ex-SWAT officer turned security specialist for human cybernetic technology company Sarif Industries, who finds himself involved in a spiraling world of conspiracies. After a riva company practically kills him in an attack... More
  • Blog Post: The Revolution is a Success

    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... More
  • Blog Post: Holding Me Over Until ME 3

    It's hard for me to go out and take a gamble buying new games these days. One game is essentially one tank of gas that could get me to school and work. After purchasing this game, you can imagine how hesitant I was to try playing the new iteration of a previously dormant series, especially after... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    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... More
  • Blog Post: Better than I thought

    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... More
  • Blog Post: best game in a long time

    this game is awesome. the takedowns are awesome. i have more bullets than i can hold, so i dont know wtf ur talking about. replay value. jensen is a straight gangster. u wont regret buying deus ex. dont even read this crappy review. beast of a game. nuff said. More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex: Human Revolution the true sequel to the original Deus Ex

    This game is truly the sequel to the original Deus Ex. This game is great in every perspective, but does have a few gameplay errors. The story of this game is just about up to par with the original. The concept of this game is great and could not be better in my opinion. Graphics are a bit yellow, but... More
  • Blog Post: Fun, but flawed

    I had a lot of fun with this game. I honestly wanted to know how it would end, and I was hooked til the end. However, the game has many problems that hold it back from true greatness. The AI is not very intelligent, and would generally just pop in and out of cover til I headshot them with my pistol.... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex: Human Revolution is Awesome!

    This game is a definite purchase if you like RPGs and shooters. The graphics are outstanding, the gameplay is challenging, the environments are interactive, the characters are rememberable, and the story is excellent. The two issues that I have with the game is there are a few poor animations during... More
  • Blog Post: Playin it now so don't be a putz

    I am currently playing this game now. I literally turned it of about 5 min ago. Why (user error)? Cause I am stuck. And this is a good thing. I am tired of basically breezing through games. The graphics are great. User control and interface is excellent. Controls respond well considering what your "augmentation... More
  • Blog Post: No new game plus? WTF.

    No new game plus feature is such a disappointment for me. That's what kept me playing through Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2 (which screwed it up by not allowing you to change classes) repeatedly. Bioshock was another game that suffered from a lack of it. To this day I've only played through Bioshock... More
  • Blog Post: maybe its just my nostalgia glasses

    I was a looooong time lover of the original, I even played through the second with a bit of a smile at times (but to be honest it wasn't the same). When I first heard of this coming out I was on the verge of tears...either they would *** it up…or it would be joy in a can of awsome!... And... More
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