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Submitted by IGW_Fobia 1275d ago | review

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review - It's A Gaming World

In Human Revolution you play as ex- SWAT cop Adam Jensen. He is head of security for a biotech company by the name of Sarif Industries. Sarif Industries is leading the way in human augmentations. These consist of implants that give their host superhuman attributes. Have you seen Robocop? If you have you have the basic idea. The story starts with Sarif getting ready to send its top scientists to reveal new technology but is attacked by augmented soldiers that seek to eliminate all knowledge of this new find. This is where you are free to start playing. Now for this I said I would leave a trail of destruction in my wake. And in this section I did just that. I shot my Assault Rifle with reckless abandon and didn’t think anything of it. I even had unlimited ammo. Once you hit the designated area, Jansen gets messed up pretty bad. He then goes under some augmentation and this is where the real game starts. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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