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Submitted by mediastudies 1104d ago | review

Tech-Gaming | Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

With a dizzying amount of recesses to explore, and a multiplicity of methods to reach those alcoves, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is one of the most immersive titles released this year. With the industry’s proclivity toward multiplayer matches and piece-meal DLC tactic, the Eidos Montreal's focus on delivering an engrossing, complete, single-player experience is to be commended. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) A-/A+

mediastudies   1104d ago | Spam
sharpsword  +   1104d ago
I'll be the first to admin that I didn't expect this to be too good. As a fan of the original game, I'm going to have to GameFly this now.
deserteaglexix   1104d ago | Spam

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