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Submitted by mjurek 1267d ago | review

TekGoblin: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

TekGoblin:

I just finished playing Deus Ex: Human Revolution (DEHR) sent us by Square Enix courtesy for review. The game is published by Square Enix through Eidos Montreal and was released in the latter part of, August, last month. The game is a prequel to earlier Deus Ex series games released in June 2000 and December 2003. In a short unboxing video I provide at the end of this article you can hear me mention a short summary of the origins of this game. You can also take a look at the launch trailer of this game to see some graphics in action right below after the break. This review will not focus on the past games of the series, but will rather focus on the present game itself. Right out of the box, the game controls may seem a bit deplorable, but that can be adjusted to individual preference within the settings screen. The graphics and artwork in the game is impressive, while not being the focal strengths of the game. The true gem of the game lies within the storyline of the game and choice/consequence factors. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, Xbox 360) -

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