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Submitted by gamekudos 794d ago | review

GK | Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

Deus Ex: Human Revolution offers up more than your average shooter title. It's an exploration into the ethics of technological advancement, an examination of the relationship between man and machine. Through its near-future setting and resonant themes, this first-person RPG weaves a heady yarn, though you'll have to use your head as well as your trigger finger if you want to progress. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9.1/10

Pintheshadows  +   794d ago
A little late but a fantastic game. It's 15 quid at Tesco.
moodgamer  +   794d ago
Great game.
BattleAxe  +   793d ago
I love Metal Gear solid because of the stealth elements, but Deus Ex Human Revolution was just plain boring and uninspired. It borrowed many thing from quite a few different games, but was not as good as any of them.

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