Reviews and Problems with Deus Ex: Human Revolution
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Bad Version of a GREAT Game
J. Cavacini "cuddler of underdogs", Amazon
14 April 2014
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: I'll make this quick: Do not buy this version for the PC. While attempting to improve effects and boss fights from the standard version, the developers only managed to break the game. Frame rates are a fraction of those in the standard version. Textures are ruined. Although originally released in 2011, much of the game looks to have stepped straight out of 2001.
Summary: It is a mixture of Metal Gear Solid mixed with Grand Theft Auto, Resident Evil, Mass Effect. The stealth aspect falls short for a PS3 game. Enemy detection is not even close to the realm of MGS, since you can shoot an enemy and simply wait unhidden for ten seconds before the enemy gives up and goes back to ignoring his surroundings.
Summary: I'm running on Windows 7, high specs, have all the base requirements to run Deus Ex Human Revolution and more. Due to MASSIVE LAG this is COMPLETELY unplayable. I've played through the normal game 3 times already, unlocked all but 3~ achievements, and enjoyed it so much I coughed up $15 for this bonus.
Summary: Amazon sent me a link via e-mail to purchase this upgrade. When I tried to purchase it, the checkout page asked for my credit card information. Amazon already has all that information. Why would they need it again and why is the checkout procedure suddenly different? I chatted on line with customer service. The rep tried to be helpful but confessed that she didn't understand digital content and gave me a number to call.