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Submitted by math 1223d ago | review

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review - AttackoftheFanboy

Pushed on by a concept that is ambitious in this day and age of cookie cutter first person shooters, Deus Ex manages to shine because of its differences rather than its simliarities. In what is best explained as a modern day throwback, when making similar comebacks, many games fail to capitalize on what exactly made them popular in the first place. Thankfully this was not the case with Deus Ex: Human Revolution and hopefully the franchise doesn't go into hibernation for another ten years. (Deus Ex, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

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