Reviews and Problems with Deus Ex: Human Revolution
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PC version is a train wreck!
Erich Hartmann, Amazon
11 June 2013
Summary: I love the first Deus Ex, which unfortunately for us, has turned out to be rather prophetic. This prequel had a lot of potential but, it was more or less dumbed down into a generic FPS with a ridiculous plot. Cyborgs are an oppressed people? You gotta be rich to be a cyborg in the first place and you're super-human. Why would you take guff from lowly humans? If I was a cyborg and someone looked at me crossways, I'd tear them limb from limb like a well cooked chicken.
Summary: I was not able to use the product because the actual program that installs it didn't upload the information because of a random error with the regional settings I'm guessing. Not really your fault but I hate the result.
Summary: thanks STEAM,computer tweaks after a bit of play should be made for steam as an option not a requirement! and I paid for the disk! read other comments about same problem, hardly worth it to dig into file and tweak it.
Summary: This uses the Steam client and as such a PITA. The provided key code was not recognized by Steam client so I'm forced to go through the slow and likely useless Steam support. No response yet from Steam so this game might be returned as defective.
Summary: Game requires Steam to play. So that's an extra 65mb of wasted memory, not to mention if you have an unreliable internet connection you can't actually play your game. I can't wait until Steam and similar online systems are shut down. What a waste of money. And I have no idea why this is back up to $30, I bought it last month for only $8.
Summary: The little I could stand to play this game, it looked good. The graphics are awesome, voices were nice, but then it came time to move. With the default settings I felt like I was trying to turn in molasses, so I tried adjusting the mouse sensitivity, no change, no change, then all of sudden it switches to insanely sensitive. I haven't even tried again. Worst waste of my money yet.
Summary: Why does this game download not tell you that Steam is required???? If I'd have known I'd spend the past 1/2 hour trying to recover a Steam account I used 2 years ago and then spend four hours downloading Steam required updates, after downloading a 7.1 gb file, before I can even launch the game, I'd have saved my money. Please let us know if the downloads are Steam required, so those of us who absolutely hate Steam can avoid them.