An OK action RPG that just doesn't do anything amazing.
Christopher R. Cantrell, Amazon
3 December 2013
Summary: I like what Deus Ex tried to do, but ultimately it is a game with only fair gameplay. The story tries to be very interesting, but at times I didn't feel like I had a good grasp of the plot and the characters involved.
Summary: Terrible A.I., yellow hued environment, bad boss fights that never should've been part of the game. I had more fun with DX:IW, even though there was frame-rate problems on the Xbox (at least the story and environments were interesting.
Summary: This is the same awesome game with the DLC stitched in, and somegameplay imporvements. I own the original, and nothing has changed, the game itself is awesome. Cons: That said, I bought this game to use the second screen features (smartglass) for hacking, and they do not work.
Summary: .. but unfortunately this Director's Cut is a bust. They did a great job updating the boss fights so that you can actually do them your way (go hide in some vents, sneak around the boss, and turn on some turrets, for example) rather than the game just turning into a deathmatch like it did in the...
Summary: I have played this game through twice now and something that confused me about what other reviewers have stated; the lack of ammo. The storage was only designed to hold 2 maybe 3 weapons tops. NOT every weapon in the game.
Shallow, disappointing, bosses out of step with advertised game play
A. Nonimowse. "bomber214", Amazon
11 September 2011
Summary: Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a sort of sneaker sort of shooter sort of RPG sort of sort of sort of. It doesn't really excel at anything and tries to do a lot of things at once. Set in the future you play a corporate tough guy in pursuit of the guys who tried to kill you while attacking your boss.
Summary: Deus Ex: Human Revolution for the Xbox 360 is an okay game. It isn't great, but it isn't bad either. In the game you play as Adam Jensen, a security guard for a biotech firm who's body is augmented after a devestating attack on the company he works for.