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Submitted by Aclay 1221d ago | review

G4- Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

G4: "Like its tortured protagonist, Deus Ex: Human Revolution carries with it the clear remnants of its past while evolving past the limitations that often accompany those connections to become something wholly its own. It certainly isn’t perfect, and there is plenty of room for improvement (a sequel is hinted at, so hopefully the team will have a chance to build on this very solid foundation), but Human Revolution is a thoroughly engrossing and satisfying ride, and it’s one you’ll want to restart as soon as the credits finish rolling." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

kwyjibo  +   1221d ago
From the review - "Sadly, the inclusion of the Illuminati as a major player in the game’s overall conspiracy is an unfortunate misstep. Adding something as tired and predictable as the Illuminati unfortunately takes away from the rest of the story."

Clearly a man who has not played the original.

There were games before the Xbox you know.
T3mpr1x  +   1220d ago
Caught red-handed!

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