Detailed Review/Analysis of Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut.
27 December 2013
Summary: This review is spoiler free, so worry not. I bought this fairly recently during a Uplay sale for $5, and it has been on sale for that since via steam. It is normally $20, but seriously, this is one of those games that will probably be on sale for $5 a bajillion more times in the future. Get it then. Also, as a disclaimer, I did not play the original version of this game, so most of this review is centering on the actual game, not the changes made in the Director's Cut.
Summary: This game rates higher (always 5 stars) than most any other game listed out there! Yet, I had NO CLUE what I was getting into with it. So only 4 stars for now......... 1: The CD comes with the sleve of course, but it does not really load the game at all........ 2: Then you must go download and install "Steam" ...... sign up, sign in, then register your game with Steam.... 3: Now you can download the actual game....... one problem left...........
Summary: I got this on Steam since already owning the DLC and original game, it was $5 instead of $20. The game is a little smoother, and the commentary is really nice - lots of trivia and tidbits that make you appreciate the game even more. However, the commentary is also why I subtracted a star. Once you start it, there is no stopping the commentary. Sometimes I'd stop where I was just to listen to the commentary, which was nice.
WARNING! Buy it from Steam, and there is a review here as well
TV McGuirk "TVM", Amazon
9 November 2013
Summary: Before I review the game, if you have the original on your Steam account then buy this from there because you will get a discount. It is $10 if you have HR and $5 if you have the Missing Link DLC. Now onto the game. I hated this game back in 2011 and I love it now. I got this for Christmas in 2011 but was unable to get past the first boss fight due to the problems with it. I was mainly a hacker and I had to go full combat against the boss.
Summary: This is a shooter game and it is a sequel to other two good Deus-ex games. This latest in the series is a good game, makes you think and plan and is a good game however not fascinating like other known shooters: Halo, borderlands, crysis, and so on The game arrived brand new, and has an activation code. Always buy brand new games since nowadays they all have activation code that works through steam and origin accounts.