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Submitted by starven 1465d ago | review

GamesAreEvil Review: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Over a decade ago Deus Ex landed on PC and forever changed what was expected from the action-RPG genre. Critics and fans alike were wowed by the title’s branching plotlines, multiple paths to complete mission objectives, and an unprecedented freedom to explore the game’s immersive world. Following on the heels of the sequel Invisible War‘s lukewarm reception in 2004, Human Revolution was faced with overcoming seven years’ worth of hype and disappointment that had been slowly boiling over. This time around Eidos Montreal made a concerted effort to bring the franchise back to the open ended roots that helped the original break the mold, and it has in the process helped restore the series to its prior glory. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Xbox 360) A-/A

bgrundman  +   1465d ago
What a great game... I can't wait to start playing it all over again.

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