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Submitted by Rowland 1143d ago | review

Gamepro Review: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Excerpt: "When we talk about "open-world" games, we're usually referring to games set in large virtual sandboxes that allow a freedom of movement for the player that you don't find in the corridors and halls of most narrative action/adventures.

But the "openness" of Deus Ex: Human Revolution -- the long awaited next installment of the highly esteemed Deus Ex franchise -- espouses a different kind of openness that can be far more satisfying for gamers who like to add a little thinking to their shooting. It's an openness to your choices and play style that is easily as rewarding as the original game was back in 2000. And back then, it was nothing short of revolutionary." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

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