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Submitted by Jim Crikey 1118d ago | review

Deus Ex Human Revolution: Critical Gamer review

Critical Gamer writes: The first Deus Ex game appears frequently in people’s favourites lists due to being far ahead of its time and giving players an experience that genuinely changed based on how you played. The second Deus Ex game for many people never happened. Now after a long hiatus Eidos Montreal has taken on the task of giving people a new DX game that new and old players alike will be happy with. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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scruffy_bear  +   1118d ago
Amazing game, one everyone should own
Perjoss  +   1118d ago
I found the first 3 or 4 hours to be quite misleading, it comes across as just another quite linear stealth / action game but then, later on they throw you out into a city to explore and do side quests. The atmosphere in these large areas is mind blowing.

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