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Submitted by Akatosh Fury 1186d ago | review

Gamekult: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

Offering a result of a beautiful template to the idol Deus Ex , after Invisible War quickly forgotten: the challenge was for Eidos Montreal , and is brilliantly met. Leaning back in the footsteps of the original mixture to give us a FPS / RPG punchy and intelligent at the same time, the developer has obtained a damn cocktail making, long and varied background of cyberpunk universe particularly contained. Some odd design choices, the boss in particular, and some limitations, including technical, certainly tarnish the whole, but if only one hangs a little bit to the universe and / or the FPS , it is frankly a shame miss the rebirth of a legendary series of video games. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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