Summary: This game, along with its sequels, is one of the few examples of a first person shooter RPG. Not only is the gameplay extremely fun, the story is simply enthralling. I recommend this game to both hard core Deus Ex fans, and casual gamers looking for a good time.
Summary: great game it has pretty good graphics, and it has a pretty good storyline. I wouuld recomend this game for any gamers that like 1st person shooters.Don't know about the life though because i have only had it for 3 years and it is starting to act up but enjoy it while it lasts
Summary: The game was sent to me promptly but without a seal covering the case, which means someone at some point has man-handled the disc and sure enough I checked the bottom of the disc and found that it is covered in light buff marks. I may sound fussy but if I pay for something brand new then I want it brand new and in mint condition.
Excerpt: "...Role playing First person shooter, Deus Ex (2000) has really impressed gamers worldwide. Nonetheless, it strongly shows its limitations on this platform. This game is really only worth buying for the PC. The playstation version has a whole range of shortcomings which, whilst not entirely ruining the gaming experience, detract from it immensely. Although the storyline and characters are all still present and intact, it is some of the more intricate ...
Pros: Its still a great game, improved polygons, addition of pre - rendered cutscenes . RPG elements remai
Cons: cut down levels, cut down speech, bad lighting, jerky, awkward, barely playable on the PS2 .
Summary: Well is this the best game ever? I certainly think so, i first got Deux ex in 2000 for the pc and completed it 6 - 7 times and then another 2 - 3 on the ps2! First off the game is nearly ten years old now so it wont look like gears of war but the graphics are grand, they do the job and there is alot to see.
Summary: This is an icon game, one that you just have to try to see what all the fuss is about. I'm sorry I did. Essentially a stealth game, the control system is rubbish. Unnecessarily cumbersome and complicated. Add in dull, low quality graphics and a good bit of aimless wandering and sneaking and suddenly the game becomes legendary? I simply did not get the experience I was hoping for. A real let down.
Summary: I'm playing this 6 years after its release and loving it. I thought it might be really ropey but not at all, it's smooth, intuitive, deep, original and just draws you in like no other game. There's so much to discover and read and enjoy. The whole open choice idea is brilliant, the voicework is spot-on and what it lacks in facial animation it more than makes up for in pure gameplay.
Summary: At the time of writing this I have probably finished it(on easy at least)eight or more times and am still finding new things,most people know by now what game it is so here's just a few points of interest: Compared to the PC version,some of the areas have been 'cordoned off'obviously to allow for less loading etc,the PS2 has auto aim and the scope(s)don't shake about half as much as the PC version even when they've been upgraded,I've seen my brother play the PC version...
Summary: A unique FPS/Adventure game with very some original touches, at times the dark storyline can seem depressing but this is without doubt a quality adventure game with plenty of shooting action thrown in. The game is surprisingly long too for one of its genre and whilst there are many superior games out there this one comes highly recommended for those trawling the bargain bins (now under £1 second hand on Amazon).
Summary: I wasn't a fan of first person shooters until I played this game. It has an immersive storyline and great gameplay. The only downside is the graphics which are poor comparable to todays standards but I doubt that it will put you off much.