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Submitted by godfree 1353d ago | review

Review: Deus Ex: Human Revolution [Gamertag Radio]

Gamertag Radio writes: "Three special forces soldiers guard the room you have to get through. How do you proceed? Maybe memorize their patrol patterns and pick them off one at a time when their backs are turned? Nah, that’s a bit too conventional. How about picking up a nearby vending machine and throwing it at each of their faces to knock them out? You could totally do that too. No? Okay. Why not try hacking the computer controlling a nearby turret, then reprogramming the turret to recognize the soldiers as its targets, letting the turret do the dirty work for you? And there’s always the straightforward “run in there with a shotgun in hand” approach as well. I’m sure there are other ways I haven’t thought of either." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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