Conclusion: Unlike lots of other players, my first encounter with Deus Ex did not happen on the PC. It happened two years after the PC release when it was ported to the PlayStation2. Although Deus Ex on the PS2 didn’t look great, it was my first time experiencing a game that focused on choice. Just like many other players, I feel in love with the game hoping for another one to feast on. When Deus Ex: Invisible War was released, I felt satisfied, but something was missing..
Excerpt: Adam Jensen, the perfect cyborg, is wrestling with a vending machine. It’s not refusing to serve him orange drink, it’s refusing to fit through a door. He is, as I play him, the worst chief of security in the world. He works for Sarif Industries, the company who make his robotic arms, and indeed the company who gave him his robotic arms after he failed to protect the company from a major assault and got himself shot in the head.
Summary: Human Revolution is faithful to the style of game fans of the original loved, though familiarity with it is not required. A strong plot, decent shooting mechanics, and lots of player freedom make this well worth your time.
Excerpt: Last week, Square Enix held a closed-door press event in Irvine, California to show off Eidos Montreal's upcoming cyberpunk shooter-RPG hybrid, . In of my preview, I talked about the cinematic moments and gameplay leading up to the opening credits. This time, I'll talk about the first couple of hours of gameplay - the first mission - which I played through twice, taking different approaches.
Excerpt: It's been almost eleven years since the (now defunct) studio Ion Storm brought the world , a game that continues to hold a comfortable position in the personal "best of all time" lists of many who've played it. It was a game that deftly wrapped action, stealth, and deep conversational and role-playing elements in a conspiracy-filled cyberpunk storyline, while providing deep and meaningful choices to the player.