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Submitted by Cyrus365 1673d ago | preview

1UP: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Preview

1UP: "You can tell that the original Deus Ex was designed for a different era of gamer -- the kind that was content with actually fiddling around and experimenting with game mechanics. Sure, you could sit through a lengthy tutorial, but most people don't remember that; they instead fondly recall the game's proper beginning: After watching the intro cinematic, you start at the dock of Liberty Island (with a view of the busted-up-Deus-Ex-universe' ;s Statue of Liberty), listen to a terse briefing about how some bad dudes are holding some co-workers hostage, and are then left to your own devices." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Ravenor  +   1673d ago
*sighs and starts downloading the first Deus Ex on steam*

Every time I see Deus Ex...every single time!

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