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Submitted by snakeeatingmouse 1073d ago | review

More Than A Gamer | Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

It's not often that I can say one of my fondest memories of an espionage, first-person shooter, role-playing game was spending half an hour playing basketball, or rather, trying to sink a basketball through a hoop in the middle of downtown Detroit. This is the case, however, with "Deus Ex: Human Revolution." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

dinkeldinkse  +   1073d ago
I agree and disagree about the story.
I thought it stood up well to the rest of the game until Omega Ranch. Then like the last level of the game as a whole(story and gameplay), it fell off a cliff quality wise. I have no idea what Eidos Montreal was thinking after Belltower Dock. It felt like they wanted to implement another hub, but ran out of time so they just clustered a mediocre level in Omega Ranch and a craptastic level in Pangea and gave an unsatisfying and incomplete conclusion to the game along with it. I usually don't say this, but I wished they would have cut the last two levels and just lead into a sequel.

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