Player Affinity writes: "Eidos’ Deus Ex was an amazingly innovative experience, one of the first titles to attempt providing multiple solutions to a given problem. It took this core design feature and applied it to a world-spanning, conspiracy-laden near-future dripping with character and lore. Its sequel, Invisible War, was less than stellar, with a great amount of simplification crippling the complexity of problems and storyline. All was thought lost, until a light appeared upon the dawn in the form of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. A prequel that explores the beginnings of how human augmentation began, HR is gunning for a total quality reboot and a return to its grittier and complex roots."