Reviews and Problems with Deus Ex: Human Revolution
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Deus Ex Human Revolution : nos impressions sur la version preview
28 March 2014
Conclusion: Le piratage est un point essentiel du jeu, il ressemble en quelque sorte au mini-jeu de Bioshock. Eidos Montréal ne nous a heureusement pas infligé un jeu similaire à base de conduits électriques. Ces phases consistent à atteindre un serveur donné. Pour y accéder, le joueur doit inévitablement passer par des répertoires plus ou moins sécurisés.
Excerpt: Deus Ex: Human Revolution is the story of a man who gets blown apart, and then put back together again. Viewed from another angle, it's also the story of Eidos Montreal taking on a decade-old franchise - one created by Ion Storm at the turn of the millennium - and attempting to make it their own. In both cases, you'd be forgiven for being pessimistic in your expectations.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link DLC Review
31 December 2011
Excerpt: The first piece of DLC for Deus Ex: Human Revolution wipes the slate clean. It's an opportunity for players who were disciplined in a certain style of play to acquaint themselves with another. For those who passed through the game as a shadow, it's a chance to crack out the guns and start causing a ruckus. For those that killed everything in sight, it's a chance to take it down a notch and try out the more elegant stealth side of the game. Or not. Whatever.
Excerpt: Few video game franchises command such a large cult appeal like Deus Ex, which managed to impress legions of role-playing fans back in 2000, with its great gameplay, variety of missions and, most of all, because you could play it in a variety of ways, from a stealthy, non-combatant, to a big, hulking killing machine.
Pros: + A worthy successor to Deus Ex, + Great design, + Deep role-playing mechanics
Cons: - Some character designs are low quality, - A.I. glitches may appear
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link (PC) - Review
20 November 2011
Excerpt: Deus Ex: Human Revolution has been one of my favorite games this year. I reviewed it on Xbox 360 earlier this year and proceeded to buy it on PC once it became available. I’ve played through the game more than once now and there’s just so much I like about it. However, most every critic, myself included, has complained about the boss battle encounters. The Missing Link DLC is a new chapter in Deus Ex: Human Revolution .
Excerpt: The Missing Link, the first piece of DLC for Deus Ex: Human Revolution , does exactly what its name implies: fills in the gaps left in the endgame of HR's plot. While Deus Ex: Human Revolution left Adam stowed away on a ship in search of a team of kidnapped scientists, The Missing Link starts with Adam being discovered and brutally interrogated by Bell Tower agents.
Pros: Exciting extended ending that picks up where you left off from in Deus Ex: Human Revolution. While there’s a boss, he can be defeated stealthily or non-lethally.
Cons: While I enjoyed every minute of it, there’s only 5 hours of extended game play here.
Excerpt: surprised many of the most hardened, cynical, and skeptical gamers out there. Sure, it didn't deliver the exact same brand of action-RPG that the legendary original game did back in 2000, but it did bring back the stealth-action gameplay with a few new twists and showed us some wonderful art and design while asking interesting questions about the future of human genetic research and technology.