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Submitted by ShotgunPlusFace 1227d ago | preview

GameFront: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Last-Minute Hands-On Preview

GameFront, "With this latest preview of DXHR from Eidos Montreal, we’ve now seen a grand total of about 12 hours of the game. That’s including the opening chunks and the first major mission, which I previewed back in Irvine, Calif. Since we’ve already dealt with freeing hostages from a bomb-rigged room, avoiding getting shot by a ton of anti-augmentation Purists and talking a terrorist out of shooting a civilian, we’re heading back to Sarif headquarters in Detroit to figure out the next move." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Godchild1020  +   1228d ago
Time to bring out the reviews. I expect them to be good and this weekend can't end fast enough.
gw4k  +   1228d ago
STOP with the previews already. REVIEWS is what we want. No one needs to see or read another "I like it because" or "We dislike it for this." REVIEWS....NOT PREVIEWS!

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