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MediaKick Review: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

MediaKick: "My memory of the original Deus Ex is sketchy to say the least. Not even a teenager when it was released, my spectrum of gaming releases up until that point was limited to the few second-hand, cardboard box-based games bargained for at the local computer fair. Deus Ex was different though. Brand new, still in the plastic wrapper, accompanied with that fresh game smell, it was my first ever first-hand game. Having rid the then much-loved box of that pesky see-through constraint, and then waited the what was probably lengthy time to install a game that would now fit onto an SD card the weight of half a gram, it was a revelation." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) A/A+

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