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Submitted by RoboRyan 1411d ago | review

RoboAwesome's Deus Ex: Human Revolution | Review (PS3)

"Truth be told, I have not really played any of the Deus Ex games for a reasonable amount of time. That all changed when I put Deus Ex: Human Revolution into my PS3. At that moment I was transported into a magical world filled with gnomes, pirates, lions, and… wait no. Actually none of those things are really in this game, per se. A keen eye may spot them along with several other silly Easter Eggs strewn along in the game." - Jessie, of RoboAwesome.com (Deus Ex, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PS3, Square Enix) 90/100

AronDeppert  +   1411d ago
This looks fun, but I'm so bad at stealth games!
RoboSpiff  +   1411d ago
its very fun for sure.
Desert Turtle  +   1411d ago
Loving this game, just wish it was a bit more open.

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