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Deus Ex: Human Revolution – review | The Guardian

The Guardian: "When first-person RPG Deus Ex came along in 2000, it set a new standard for video games as entertainment. The hyperbole that accompanies much of today's output – "expansive", "immersing", "emotive" – was first fully realised in its shadowy, cyberpunk world. That, for once, the praise had been deserved was demonstrated when it went on to top many "greatest games" lists."

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BakedGoods1799d ago

"...this is a superbly realised title and a sure contender for game of the year."

The embargo is being lifted. IT BEGINS.

Serjikal_Strike1799d ago

tuesday cant come soon enough

xtheownerzx1799d ago

smh my thoughts exactly, even though this review is crap

CommonSense1799d ago (Edited 1799d ago )

actually, i saw this article about 24 hours ago(surprised it took so long to make its way to n4g). and this review doesn't provide a number which i think is one of the stipulations of the embargo.

either way, can't wait to play this. my first highly anticipated game this year.

Urmomlol1799d ago (Edited 1799d ago )

I object to any journalist who compares any sort of narrative structure to the dog shit written by Dan Brown.

Edit: it's very, very, very sad that your standards for literature and entertainment are so low that you call Dan Brown's books page turners.

CommonSense1799d ago

spoken like someone who's probably never actually read a dan brown book.

sure his books aren't amazing, but they are definitely page-turners. I rather enjoyed Digital Fortress.

smithdown1799d ago (Edited 1799d ago )

Dan Brown basically craps on paper, folds it in half, hands it to his manager and says "publish that". And yes I have read The Da Vinci Code, I only finished cos I was expecting it to get better - I couldn't believe that THIS was the book that the whole world was going mad for.

Utter cack.