IGN writes: "There's more to making a kill in Deus Ex: Human Revolution than pulling the trigger. The whole point of the game and much of what has cemented memories of the original so firmly in the mind of those who played it is to offer meaningful choices. You can run, shoot and make a lot of noise. You can sneak around and zap enemies with shock prods and drag their unconscious bodies out of sight. Or you can make your way over to a computer terminal, hack through a security grid and gain control of remote weapons systems. It's up to you".