Conclusion: Ever heard of an RPG that takes place in first person? A game where the world is open to your ways but instead of you running around in third person like the average RPG, you run around in first. Interesting premise, huh? Well thats exactly what Deus Ex is, an RPG that takes place in the first person. You run, gun, and level up. You play as Alex D, a man/women with great military training and genetical enhancements to bout.
Conclusion: The game iself is great and if that was all there was to then everyone would be set for a long time. The whole game is great, although that whole game will take anywhere from 10-15 hours max. That is the biggest down fall of the game and that sucks. Apparently the frame rate on some peoples games is good but on mine the frame rate stutters alot and the grapfics can get glichy (other than that the graphics rock).
Conclusion: This game is nothing short of amazing. <b>The First Person RPG expirience<b> To tell you the truth, I just couldn't believe that a First Person View in an RPG would work, now I can't believe I thought that. Playing from the first person view is very immersive, and it kicks butt in this type of game. Why? Because you never buy new armor or any thing, so seeing what you charicter isn't that important.
Excerpt: "...to the original, the first Deus Ex. Why? because Invisible War on the PC is not only difficult to run by flawed by bugs and the like. That and compared to the original, this is rather 'dumbed down' losing the skill system. However, it would be best to ignore these little irrelevancies because this game is gold compared to others on the Xbox, and possibly the best for the console in 2004. So if you're one of those who stay in all day staring at your ...
Summary: Generally speaking, I find videogame storylines dull and pointless. The Deus Ex series, however, is a definite exception. The plot is intricate and fascinating, unfolding like a conspiracy thriller, with you as the pivotal character. It is a game about taking sides and choosing enemies, wiht nothing less than the fate of humanity at stake. As I write this, the old Xbox is an obsolete machine.
Summary: i feel that the fuss generated about this game is dribble it is quite a challenge to start out with then after the first level you find yourself trekking through deserted streets with terrible graphics one cool thing is that you can pick up nearly anything but the inventory is clumsy and feels as if the developers are just letting you do most of the work it feels like a first person shooter swallowed world of warcraft but then threw it back up again because it tasted so...
Summary: i was not a big shooter fan but loved rpg's so i gave this a go.i wasn't disappointed! the game is in my opinion second only to half life 2 in the shooter stakes. the rpg elements give it a depth that other shooters don't have. i've never played deus ex on pc so i can't compare it but deus ex 2 is one of those rare games that i will keep coming back to.
Summary: First of all i'd like to start by saying that if your generally a PC gamer then you'd be better off sticking to the original, the first Deus Ex. Why? because there have been a few complaining reviewers, whining about how the PC version is better, and are looking at it completely the wrong way, they might as well complain that you don't use a mouse and keyboard.
Summary: This is a great game there are different ways the story can end and its up to you to chose depending on which path you take like whether you prefer to go in guns blazing or take a stealthy approach. The only bad thing i can say about the game is its too short and there isn't enough leveling up to do i think at the end of my game i finished with about 6 of each of the two different upgrade canisters.
Excerpt: "I felt like picking out the details with this review and picking out the things the much better reviews have missed. The obligatory below-the-bar sequel - another lesson that you shouldn’t keep your hopes high. When I saw the cinematic introduction for this game I thought there would be the same level of sophistication, but as other reviewers have rightly said it has definitely been ‘dumbed down’ to make the target audience as big as possible. ...