ButtonCombo writes: Now that the third instalment of Deus Ex has been out a few weeks, ButtonCombo gets behind the hype to deliver our verdict on the adventures of Adam Jensen. Sort of.
Let’s start this proper by saying that Deus Ex: Human Revolution is not a bad game. Quite the opposite in fact, it offers a fun, enjoyable, and slick experience. Something else it isn’t, however, is a masterpiece. All the very good stuff it does is outweighed by some glaring issues, with one looming over all the others. Before I poke holes in it’s augmented body though, let’s cover the aspects that have seen it clocking up 80+ review scores elsewhere.