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Submitted by CraigGOA 1554d ago | review

AAG: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Playstation 3 Review

AAG's Tyler Chancey writes: "Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a prequel/ reboot of the popular PC game from 1999. Also, it is the premiere project of the studio, Eidos Montreal, and has the publishing stamp of Square Enix on it. Combine all of these elements, plus the fact that the series has had very unflattering feedback whenever it migrated from a PC to a Console, and this new installment into the Cyberpunk Conspiracy Thriller RPG has every excuse to be met with both disappointment from the hardcore fans, along with total apathy to those who have never heard of it before. Well, to ironically be straight-forward on a game that has more twists and turns than a two hour montage of various 3rd Act twists, I'm here to say that Deus Ex delivers on every level." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PS3) 9/10

dc1  +   1554d ago
Yeah.... this game is that good (despite a few minor flaws).

Very very engaging.

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