Summary: I live in a place where internet is non-existent. I bought the physical copy thinking i wouldn't have to download the game from Steam. OH AND BEHOLD, installing the game off the disc did nothing, and I had to use 7gigs of my 10gigs I get a month via satellite. Thanks Obama.
Summary: I got interested in the original version when I saw it at a local Best Buy a few years ago. The story of the game is real interesting. Althrough the idea of cyberpunk PC games has been around for years this is one of the better ones I have seen in a long time, there area few difference between this version and the original in the original you could play the DLC anytime you want while as other reviewers said before me it has been integrated into the game itself which...
Summary: My only experience with this game is this Director's Cut version (bought on sale through Steam, thankfully), so i have nothing to compare it to, but the frame rate stuttering and the bugs with non-lethal weapons were excessively annoying to me in playing the game... mostly because i was loving the game otherwise.
Summary: Having only played the first few levels of Deus Ex Classic, and was turned off by the buggy behavior of the game, I turned to Human Revolution for my kicks and I was NOT disappointed. Since I got the directors cut, which comes with DLC and more open-ended boss fights, I was able to use my primarily stealth build to it's fullest extent without any form of difficulty getting through certain points of the game.