Excerpt: 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 Invisible War on the PC is not only difficult to run by flawed by bugs and the like.
Summary: I heard a lot of negative reviews about this but bought it anyway... thankGod I did! The developers wanted to give you a game that every time youplay it you could have a different gaming experience.
Summary: The original Deus Ex game deserved to be called a classic. You really felt you were in a living breathing world with secret organisations all operating around you. Invisible War (IW) lives up to the original's great gameplay but there are some significant differences.
Summary: My first contact with deus ex was on the PS2 which I didn't enjoy and I gave up half way. Graphically it looked awful, and out of date. All you ever seemed to do is pick stuff up and talk to people, and with my attention span lost the plot very quickly.
Summary: However you want to play the game, stealth, action, with a conscious or a killing machine. You can adjust your weapons and even your body to suit your own style of play. You can forge alliances with different groups often having to choose between incompatible objectives.
Summary: Deus Ex:invisible War on Xbox Firstly I’m not one to review a game before I have played it. I was given a 1 level demo and I loved it! I wouldn’t really describe this as a FPS…. more of a RPG/FPS.
Summary: Fantastic game which i would describe as a FPS/RPG. Every action you make affects the rest of the game. For example, i did a mission for an Omar trader which when i completed got me in their good books and i had a 50% discount off their merchandise.
Summary: I got this game oh my god the the realism side wiht who you want do what you fight what you want the best element to this game is the entrapping conspiracy whats goign on whos who? BUY BUY BUY or you live to regret it
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.
Summary: The predecessor to this game, Deus Ex, only released on the PC and PS2, is still, even having bought Halo, the best game I have ever played. The sequel therefore, if Ion Storm have continued along the same tracks in its development, should be by far the best game ever released.