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Submitted by Pozzle 1071d ago | review

Good Game - Deus Ex: Human Revolution review

Good Game: This is such a water cooler game - it's going to be so much fun hearing how other people completed their missions, or if they made a different decision in those pivotal moments. I think there IS a bit of a lull in the middle of the game - the Montreal level didn't really stand up to Hengsha or Detroit - but it all picks up again at the end when the loose threads start to come together. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9.25/10

Bolts  +   1071d ago
I love Good Game. Great show, but the guy is dead weight. They should replace him with another chick. In fact I could listen to the goth chick all day.
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xer0  +   1071d ago
You just want some goth sauce on your hotdog... :P
gcolley  +   1071d ago
yeah might as well have 2 non-gamers on the show
nvm1987  +   1071d ago
The show needs to get rid of that fukin robot.

Ch31s show is at least more mature.

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