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GamersHell - Deus Ex: Human Revolution review

Chronologically taking place almost three decades before Ion Storm's heavily revered Deus Ex, Human Revolution has a veritable mountain of expectation and legacy to live up to—not the easiest of tasks for a brand new studio. In a sense, it would almost be easier for the Montrealers to drop the ball, but what's been created actually turns out to be a strongly renovated foundation on which the series can be built. It's not a flawless re-do, but Human Revolution uses the strengths of its themes and design to show why most modern day first-person shooters are little more than decorated hallways and recycled elements. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Xbox 360) 8.0/10

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