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Submitted by Pozzle 657d ago | review

Deus Ex: The Fall Review | Just Push Start

Deus Ex is arguably one of the most unique franchises around today. Open-ended gameplay has always been a staple of the series, and returned with great critical acclaim in 2011 with Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Deus Ex: The Fall was supposed to be, for many fans, a follow-up to Human Revolution, but much to their chagrin, was revealed by Square Enix to be a mobile exclusive launching on iOS devices and Android at a later date. Press leading up to The Fall’s launched promised a title true to the beloved series; a task that warrants a certain amount of skepticism. Has developer N-Fusion succeeded in crafting a game worthy of the Deus Ex name on mobile devices, or does Deus Ex: The Fall fail to live up to the lofty expectations of the series? (Android, Deus Ex: The Fall, iPad, iPhone) 8.1/10

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