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Submitted by shindvdz 1122d ago | review

Denkiphile: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

Denkiphile writes: "Eleven years after the original game came out, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is ironically set 11 years before the original. With a different publisher, Square-Enix, that undoubtedly has more Japanese roots and is more reknown for their static, yet emotion driven stories, it was definitely an awkward combination with Deus Ex’s open-ended world that constantly changed with the player’s actions. Thankfully, the Japanese publisher’s signature gameplay and storytelling hasn’t interfered with the western philosophy of design and left gamers with everything they could expect of a sequel." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

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