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Submitted by Rowland 1333d ago | review

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review (This Is Fake)

This Is Fake writes: "So many games offer the apparent illusion of total freedom, but few genuinely provide it. Most throw you an open-world environment where side quests and alternate storylines can be uncovered or disregarded, where conversational quirks can alter the routes to get to a finite point. Ultimately, they're trapped within the confines of their own genre – a shooter rarely becomes an all-out puzzler. Deus Ex: Human Revolution is no exception, unfortunately, but it comes uber close to breaking the mould." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

biffhamly  +   1333d ago
way to link the wrong article

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