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Submitted by john2 907d ago | video

Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Hilarious Video in which Adam Jensen Calls Security

DSOGaming writes: "Now this is precisely why SOPA should not pass. YouTube’s member ‘CraZZyNation117′ uploaded an amazing parody video, in which he used samples from Deus Ex: Human Revolution for a prank call. This is funny as hell and guess what; if SOPA was on effect, you wouldn’t be able to enjoy it as it would be taken down due to copyright infringement. And that’s why our dear publishers SOPA IS BAD. So, for now, enjoy this hilarious video!" (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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clarkjudo  +   907d ago
Boy, even I was getting nervous. On the behalf of the caller who could get into big trouble over such a prank. But the guy who received that call is obvious not a gamer. But if he were, you would hear laughing rather than serious yet confused responses. Non the less, this was pulled off in a epic way of sorts. LOL

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