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Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Review | Polygamia

Polygamia: "Disadvantages that I mentioned are really small compared to the vastness of this game. Just close my eyes to a strange animation pulled bodies - a detail that after a week in the world of Deus does not matter to me. I envy you, for you that this story is still a mystery. Although after it finished in my head was so many questions that will surely eventually pass it again - this time by combining what can be done differently by looking at what else the game will allow and what's in it I discover. Maybe even I will play as a voluble cybermięśniak with a rifle, but usually do not do that. Deus Ex encouraged me to experiment and gave them space." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

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