Deus Ex: Mankind Divided evolves on its predecessor in every way | Gaming Trend

Gaming Trend Editor Ron Burke was absolutely blown away by a live demo of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. Recognizing some of the shortfalls of its predecessor, the team at Eidos Montreal has iterated on their flagship product and it isn't making it any easier to wait for 2016.

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curtis921253d ago (Edited 1253d ago )

I'm being completely sincere with this comment but I think for me, as fan of deus ex since the beginning in 2000, to really enjoy MD I will need to completely separate it from the original. It sucks to have to do, but this is it's own thing now and I can't help but be skeptical at all the 'features' that look to make this game far too easy. Sometimes less is more and for me, giving the player fewer 'gadgets' and allowing them to figure out problems and find solutions, rather than whipping out a gadget that takes care of it with the press of a button, is vital. This game looks great, but only when I look at it by itself and not by comparison to the original.

Knightshade1252d ago

I understand where you are coming from. To some extent, I agree that many games have become more 'simple' with their solutions, the new dash and better focus on verticality looks like it'll add a lot more options to the mix for tackling areas.

oIITSBIIo1253d ago (Edited 1253d ago )

The game looks bloody amazing, the next top upcoming game in my list after Batman AK.