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Submitted by SlickJ 1235d ago | review

Console XP: Deus EX: Human Revolution Review

Adrian St. Fort wrote: "In a world where the line between Man and Machine has become blurred, one man is forced to walk along that line. I never asked for this, he says, and concerning that, he is certainly right. As the head of Sarif Industries’ security division, it was Adam Jensen who was sent to respond to a break-in at the corporation’s headquarters. Unfortunately, little did he know how formidable the intruders would be, and little chance did he have at defeating them. Caught off-guard by the intruders’ leader, he was violently thrown through a very thick display-panel, the broken glass of which shredded his right arm and lacerated other parts of his body, causing a massive loss of blood. " (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC) 8.0/10

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