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DSOGaming - Deus Ex: Human Revolution PC Review

DSOGaming writes: "As I’m ending this review, I feel a bit mellow and that’s because I’m pretty sure that most of the upcoming games won't be as good as Human Revolution. I doubt there will be any other game with this freedom, this clever level design and the ability to complete your goals in different ways. And to be frank, it saddens me… a lot. Deus Ex: Human Revolution is simply a piece of art that needs to be enjoyed by everyone. It has its issues but point us to a game that doesn’t. If we had better destructibility and interactivity, we could be easily speaking about an instant-classic title. But hey, it doesn’t and you know what? Who cares? Because this, my friends, is the best game of 2011 – as of now – so don’t waste any more time. Go get it. Now!"

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Triggs1765d ago (Edited 1765d ago )

Eidos should probably have stuck with The First-Person interactive sequences rather than dialogue cutscenes, because the characters look like they have bobblehead disease, or hyper due to drugs. Must be that drug for augs they keep talking about.

Still, the game is very enjoyable because of its multiple paths to solve problems...except for the boss fights.

Spoiler... one thing is never expected is to deal with "zombies" or "crazies" near the end, but it was quite a pleasant surprise. I have this little fear of a hoarde of zombies running toward me. About a dozen of them crazies charged at me - luckily I had saved 5 fully charged batteries and double & quick takedown augs. But that last two poor saps had to die because I was out of stun darts. That was real epic, and that moment will live on in my memories. :-)

Good Game!!