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Submitted by AwfullyGood 1134d ago | review

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review [VGT]

VGT writes: Sadly, Deus Ex: Human Revolution suffers from diminishing returns as Human Revolution is a victim of Deus Ex's influence on the gaming world over the eleven years between the games. I know the developers had certain expectations to live up to (and perhaps the less than enthusiastic reaction for Invisible War, which took more chances than Human Revolution does, made the developers cautious), but I believe the series' fans would have embraced a new take. That being said, Deux Ex: Human Revolution is an enjoyable experience that in this case may work better as art than it does as a game. I'll always find room in my heart for a game that strives for more, even if its reach ultimately exceeds its grasp. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Xbox 360) 3.5/5

gw4k  +   1134d ago
I have to say, I'm loving the game. Been playing it for a few hours now. Just get it folks. It's great!

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