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Submitted by Raccoondogg 1446d ago | review

Review: Deus Ex: Human Revolution | Examiner.com

W. John writes, "Deus Ex: HR puts players several years into the future, a world encompassed by nanotechnology and human augmentation. Players assume the role of Adam Jensen, an ex-SWAT commander from Detroit now turned security officer for Sarif Industries, leading advocate and top-tier researcher for augmentation technologies." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

blackbeld  +   1446d ago
WOW 10!

I buy this game ASAP!
JellyJelly  +   1446d ago
I'm playing it right now and it's far better than I ever expected it to be. There hasn't been a game like it in years. It doesn't hold your hand like most games do these days, while at the same time not becoming inbalanced or hard to follow. Blend that with some of the best stealth parts from games like Metal Gear Solid and you'll get a vague idea.

Just get it :)

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