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Submitted by usefulranger 1231d ago | review

Deus Ex: Human Revolution - PC Review by Brash Games

Steve Rosenthal of Brash Games writes "It’s been a long time coming, with more than ten years passing since the original Deus Ex. Finally, the sequel to one of the greatest games ever made. Granted there was Invisible War, but no sane person counts that". (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC) 7/10

clarkjudo  +   1231d ago
Well lets see .... a 7 would be rather unplayable these days. The average of 9 or higher ... is most believable. :)
hano  +   1230d ago
7/10 seems like a good score for the game to me, if we are being objective.

Most reviews just ignore the bad things about this game, including the horrible load times.

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