80°
Submitted by BuckGB 534d ago | review

GameBanshee: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut Review

It's hard to believe that it's been two years since Deus Ex: Human Revolution came out, and yet that's exactly the same now that Eidos has released the game's definitive Director's Cut edition. Although this final version of the game incorporates all the DLCs under one roof, the changes most fans are probably looking forward to include improved graphics, a new game plus mode that lets you carry over your character from a previously completed save file, and, last but not least, overhauled boss fights that intend to fix one of the original game's biggest flaws. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) -

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories

GameLoading: How Aussie filmmakers charted the global rise of indie games

13m ago - MMGN: Ahead of GameLoading's release today we caught up with Lester Francois to see how the film... | Dev
10°

The Evil Within: The Consequence Now Available to Download

13m ago - The Evil Within was an intriguing enough adventure to warrant an expansion of its universe throug... | PC
Ad

Make the World / Break the World

Now - Myriad is a twin-stick shooter that grows more beautiful the better you play. Give us your vote on Steam Greenlight! | Promoted post
30°

Dragon Ball Xenoverse Review | 411mania

28m ago - For Dragon Ball fans, Dragon Ball Xenoverse will give them a chance to play through the saga in a... | PC
30°

Gaming Enthusiast ReInstall Episode 1: Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004

28m ago - In this episode of ReInstall, join me for a brief, mini-review of an 11-year old game that still... | PC
40°

Bandai Namco talks Boys’ Life Story and Team Minato in Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4

33m ago - Bandai Namco talks about the Boys’ Life Story in Story Mode as well as Team Minato in the upocmin... | PS4