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Submitted by NovaXz 1346d ago | review

PixelJumpers - Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

"Deus Ex: Human Revolution is in many ways the sequel that fans of the original were hoping for. It tells an engrossing tale that focuses on themes of humanism, philosophy and moral ambiguity that will have you glued to your screen till the very end. It's a game that allows you to experiment and choose who you are, how you interact with the world and ultimately what you'll become. While it isn't as revolutionary as it's predecessor, nor is it as well crafted and free-flowing, Human Revolution still is a phenomenal game that provides a sense of freedom that is seldom found in games anymore and it's that freedom that returns Deus Ex to its rightful place as one of the greatest gaming franchises." Oren Giladi, Editor-in-Chief (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

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