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Submitted by Fantaman 1290d ago | review

Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Daily Joypad Review

It’s 2027 and the world is dominated by mega-corporations, shady organisations and crime syndicates. Biomechanical augmentations are a common sight, replacing lost limbs and damaged organs. With augmentations giving an edge in both business and crime to those who can afford them, a pro-human front calls for regulation measures to be placed on the corporations producing such technology. Sarif Industries is just one of the corporations leading the way in human augmentations, and protecting the company’s private security is ex-cop, and the game’s protagonist, Adam Jenson. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

CapsLocke  +   1290d ago
Wow, this game is a BOMB! I'm pleasantly surprised)

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