If we seem a little down on a few aspects of Human Revolution, it’s only because we’d hoped for so much. It is, obviously, an outstanding title. It’s more than deserving of both your time and cash, and will undoubtedly entertain the vast majority. But there’s little doubt that the aspects that have been either omitted, not fully fleshed out, or included with a lack of forethought, do drag things down a touch. It’s way better than the travesty that was Invisible War, but it sadly can’t hit the heights of the original. An excellent attempt, but it just misses that lofty mark.