Submitted by GamerEuphoria 1433d ago | review

Deus Ex Human Revolution: The Missing Link Review (360/PS3) - GamerEuphoria

Brad, GamerEuphoria writes: "As with the original game, you are playing as super cyborg Adam Jensen. The DLC plot runs parallel to the main campaign, intertwining occasionally. When you awake from the stasis pod on the ship, you find yourself locked in the brig being questioned by two mysterious figures. You don't know who they are, but on the bright side, they don't know who you are, or why you are on their ship. The only information that can be garnered is that the figures work for Belltower. That's right, they're back. Once your left to rot in the prison, your sprang from your trap by a mysterious hacker who then gives you instructions on how to proceed. While Jensen aims to get back on track, he will uncover a conspiracy involving not only Belltower where lives are at stake, and the consequences dire." (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, DLC, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 3.5/5

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