Reviews and Problems with Deus Ex: Human Revolution
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Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut
12 December 2013
Excerpt: Imagine being augmented with biotechnology to improve what you can do… this is exactly what Deus Ex: Human Revolution is all about, but I would prefer if we kept it in the game for now. In the meantime, let’s take a cyberpunk journey for some augmented action, hacking and sneaking.
Excerpt: Deus Ex: Invisible War was many things, but a triumphant continuation of the first Deus Ex was not one of them. The franchise lay dormant for years, until Deus Ex: Human Revolution came along to attempt a revival.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link is a disjointed but ultimately enjoyable return to Adam Jensen's adventure.
26 October 2011
Summary: Adam Jensen leads a hard life. His lady friend was kidnapped, synthetic augmentations were embedded in his body without his permission, and the head of his security insults him at every opportunity.
Pros: Level design lets you approach obstacles as you see fit, Some creepy and atmospheric story moments, Evocative art style and color palette
Cons: Too much backtracking and body scanning, Various presentation flaws, The AI is still as dumb as can be
Excerpt: Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link The Missing Link makes for an interesting slice of single-player DLC. Its story occurs within the framework of the main game, tying into specific events near the end, and while it keeps you in the role of Adam Jensen, you should prepare to be reset to...
Summary: The first real piece of DLC has been released for the excellent Deus Ex: Human Revolution -- weapons and skins don't count -- and at a bit of a hefty price. Like Mass Effect 2: Lair of the Shadow Broker , The Missing Link adds some new action that fits into the game's universe, while offering you a...
Summary: Some things stick with you all your life. For me, Deus Ex is one of those things. I still remember playing it for the first time; getting sucked into the cyberpunk world and mulling over the philosophical questions the game posed.
The Corporations Are All Corporationy and Make Money
31 August 2011
Excerpt: I have to admit that I missed out on the original Deus Ex . It came around at a time when my gaming budget was low and first-person shooters were quite far off my radar, and so the game came and went without me taking any notice.
Conclusion: Concept: A prequel story to the classic cyberpunk series that embraces player choice
Graphics: The color yellow shows up everywhere, including outlines, menus, and the overall tint of the environments. Facial animations are robotic, but the world is gorgeous.