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Submitted by MediaStinger 1389d ago | review

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review [MediaStinger]

MediaStinger: "After eleven years since the release of the first game that is considered by many to be one of the greatest PC games of all time, the Deus Ex series is back with a prequel to the original. Deus Ex: Human Revolution goes back to the series’ roots by combining elements from many different gaming genres and as a result creating another amazing first-person shooter / role-playing game mash-up with many new features to keep the series relevant in today’s gaming scene. So does Human Revolution live up to the hype created by eleven years of waiting and one of the most impressive video game trailers of all time, or does the actual gameplay fall short of the jaw-dropping visuals teased in 2010′s pre-rendered CGI trailer?" (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

ImSoHeavy  +   1388d ago
GOTY
AngryVGN  +   1388d ago
Agreed.
MovieVVhore  +   1388d ago
never tried this series either

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