"Don't worry, fans – they didn't F it up!"
Adam Jensen is a smooth talker who uses a combination of intuition and cybernetic augmentations to suss out information and clearance from his enemies. When harsh words or a kind tone prove ineffective, he relies on computer hacking skills that would put Henry Dorsett Case to shame. Adam's stealthy approach may be old school, but that's the way he likes it. The best part about Adam Jensen, though, is that he's my interpretation of the character. I'm sure you will have a very different Adam Jensen, but that's what makes Deus Ex: Human Revolution so special. The third entry in the franchise, HR has the difficult task of pleasing fans of the Warren Spector epic, fixing the problems of the ill-received Invisible War, and also bringing new fans to the fold. But Eidos Montreal succeeded in almost every way, stumbling in only a few areas while crafting one of the most satisfying games of the year.