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Submitted by Rudo 1254d ago | review

Deus Ex Human Revolution Review (PS3, 360) - RPGFan

RPGFan writes:

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is an interesting game to quantify, because it represents something different to you, depending on your perspective as a player. If you've never played or even heard of the series prior to this installment, you'll find that it offers a thoughtful, intelligent type of gameplay that allows you to make your own decisions about how you'll handle situations. It allows for the slow, stealthy approach, wherein you can slip in and out undetected and leave your foes none the wiser. It allows you to eschew the shadows, draw your weapon, and take out your foes, leaving nothing but wholesale destruction in your wake. It allows you to talk your way past a situation, if sneaking in through the sewers below isn't an option. You can hunt down the password to that security system, or you can hack right through it. It allows you to determine if you will be the judge and executioner of your foes, or if you'll simply leave them incapacitated for someone else... (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PS3, Xbox 360) 90/100

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