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PixlBit's Deus Ex: Human Revolution [DLC] The Missing Link Review

PixlBit | One of the focal points, and a large source of fun, in Deus Ex: Human Revolution was the ability to radically customize your cybernetic enhancements to specialize yourself into being anything from a hacking wunderkind to a walking tank that spits out death. Unfortunately, once you had set yourself on your chosen path, it was really hard to experiment without another 60+ hour playthrough. Until the Missing Link DLC was released, that is. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

ShabbaRanks  +   1441d ago
15bucks is kind of expensive for something that was already in the game and then removed...

Nonetheless I did enjoy DeusExHR a lot, but maybe when the price drops considerably I will buy it. After all the game is made in my hometown XD and the campaign is one of the best ones I played this year so far… Problem is TOO MANY games coming out this year. I even decided to skip on BF3, because I just got PayDay and I’m definitely getting UC3 and SRTT on release. Maybe BF3 I will get next year… Anyways my bro got it on PC, so I may try it out when I have some time.
clarkjudo  +   1441d ago
Although $15 maybe seem steep but think of it as $7.50 x 2 because you have 2 choices on how to play both lethal and non lethal (equals 2 game DLC's). I was able to stretch out this DLC to nearly 9 hours 1st play through. :)

But I hear you, there are so many games remaining in the year. But I think I am happy with Deus Ex: HR and Batman: AC. And I think there are more AAA games to consider early next year. LOL :)
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ShabbaRanks  +   1441d ago
lol I don't get the lethal and non lethal argument, but hey if it makes you happy and you're enjoying the DLC good for you
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TooTall19  +   1440d ago
I got this for under 50 cents on Onlive.

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