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Submitted by thatruth2006 1441d ago | review

ZoKnowsGaming: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review: Nothing Is What It Seems

ZoKnowsGaming writes "In the end, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a really good if not quite a great game. It has tons of depth to the story, presents us with a compelling lead character, and delivers solid gameplay. I was also really impressed by the overall excellent design of the game. For as rich of an environment as they have created, there are hardly any loading screens through the majority of the gameplay, and that is the mark of a well made game.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution definitely has something for everyone. If you want to stay on the main story path and press through it, you can do that. However, if you don’t mind exploring a bit, there are more than enough side quests to keep you intrigued." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PS3) 8.5/10

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