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T3: Deus Ex: Human Revolution review

Bigger than the sum of its parts,
The original Deus Ex is still touted as one of the best games of all time. It married the FPS intelligence of Half Life with the role-playing elements of System Shock and wrapped it up in open-ended game-play and conspiratorial cyberpunk aesthetics.

By Spencer Dalziel at T3.com

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joab7771735d ago

I love this review. It isn't scared to break it down like others havnt but it doesn't try to convince u that its flaws make for a bad game as others have. I have had problems w glitches etc. The graphics are not uncharted but they do a wonderful job of creating an immersive environment. But, the star of the show is gameplay.

It reminds me of bioshock. In bioshock u had the option to save anywhere and the game beckoned me to perfect every scenario or to reload. Deus ex is of the same vein and while this may not appeal to all, I love it. It is the best game I have played this year. While the reviewer may not feel as though they deserve to b mentioned w metal gear...I do. I am not a big stealth player. I get bored and impatient. In deus ex though, I am loving it. Yes, sometimes u can trick the ai and many times it seems as though much time has passed and scenarios should adjust but it is a video game. Ill admit though, if u don't think ahead and plan, u will b found out.

For those completionists, deus ex is also like bioshock 1&2. Mistakes are not an option. But, remember the epic video released concerning next gen graphics, the mech & the smoking man on the dark city street. Its as if it is direct look at the next gen deus ex. I am psyched because its a phenomonal game and a fantastic start to an insane fall.

VileAndVicious1735d ago

Just beat it and watching the credits roll. I have always been a Huge deus ex fan, im so glad that after like 8 years i finally got a sequel. Cannot wait for a sequel because it is definitely well deserved.