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Submitted by iPhoneGeek 1292d ago | review

Glossy Eyed reviews Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Over the course of the past four years, the team at Eidos Montreal has been building a prequel to one of the most critically acclaimed PC games of all time. It seems as if their efforts are about to pay off. As gamers, we've become use to categorizing games into genres typically based on how they play. Deus Ex: Human Revolution breaks out of this mold and shows us something new because how you play is determined solely by the individual. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

josephps3  +   1292d ago
You guys missed the party, a little late for this review isn't it? I mean I played it and finished it 4 times already. Since then I've played and finished Resistance3 and Rage and now looking forward to Batman. Glossy Eyed is going to write a review on Mass Effect 2 next lol Glossy Eyed," Mass Effect2-get this game, its great. Go and preorder it."
sonicsidewinder  +   1292d ago
funny you lad.

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