Neocrisis: Coming from Eidos Montreal, Deus Ex Human Revolution was one hell of a hype machine for some time now. But you know what often happens with big games, did this happen to Human Revolution as well or did the game fly up high.
What????Are they serious?
There's always one
What an awful review. It's only a few paragraphs and terribly written.
Short reviews makes you question if the reviewer has even played or finished the game. So do not give this site hits, I'll post the review below without the meaningless few paragraphs.----- The game does include many side-quests, but many of them require tedious backtracking and it can annoy more than one. Enviroments in Human Revolution are fantastic, though you might encounter some ugly models and textures here and there. Lip synching is off most of the time for some reason, and dialogues themselves don't feel well followed as a normal conversation which can be pretty disappointing for this game. Human Revolution focuses mainly on a morality angle, and unlike some other RPGs, choices you are going to make in this game are not so bad/good handled. This choices will give you different benefits and will steer the direction of the storyline. Fun part about this morality system, is that unlike Mass Effect, it doesn't grab your hand and tell you what choices are good or bad, instead it only gives you the options and you have to decide blindly what you think is best. Gameplay in Human Revolution can be taken on in two ways, you can either engage your enemies and try to get past them, or you can remain stealthy and sneak past them, which in my own personal opinion was kind of boring. Sometimes when I passed my enemies I went back just to kill them from behind, which felt satisfyingly good. The shooting part of the game depends on your stats, like Fallout, but here, you won't depend on randomness to kill an enemy if you hit certain weak points. The soundtrack in Human Revolution is decent. It fits the atmosphere pretty well. Though they don't add climaxing points to the game, they don't fail to be noticed. Some annoyances aside, Deus Ex: Human Revolution was a pretty damn good game to finish the month and it brought back the feeling that made the original games so fun. Highly recommended for everyone. ***7.8/10 ***
When the majority of reviews are 9's or higher. A score like this site counteracts the respectability of its credibility as a game site.
read my reply.
Lowest score I've seen so far. Going by the other reviews this is a great game. I can't wait to play it.
Sorry to those not liking my review, this game was a really hard game for me to review, I'm having some really serious personal problems, which I won't discuss here. On the other hand, I've always reviewed games in the scale from 1-10, unlike gaming sites nowadays which use the 7-10 scale. There are movies that score a 6 in metascore that get an Oscar guys, that doesn't mean they are bad are they? 7.8 as I posted in my review, is a great grade. It means there is space for improvement but the game itself is good.
Although I don't really like the content of your review, I agree with you on the scoring system. People started rebelling when I gave a 2/10 to Splinter Cell: Conviction and I told them that for me 5/10 is not the fucking minumum.
2/10 for Conviction? May i shake your hand sir?
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Spelling mistake - "Enviroments" Makes reference to 'Fallout' when really meaning 'Fallout 3'. ¬_¬ Sounds to me like the guy just doesn't 'get' Deus Ex.
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