Deus Ex: Human Revolution PC Review

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With the FPS genre being more popular than ever, Deus Ex’s return was inevitable. Back in the year 2000 we saw the release of Deus Ex – a highly addictive FPS that incorporated Role Playing and Adventure in one package, developed by Ion Storm and published by Eidos Interactive, the game was a pretty big hit.

In 2003, Ion Storm followed up Deus Ex with ‘Invisible War’ which in most critic’s eyes wasn’t a very good sequel, and left many people disappointed with what they’d developed.

Now, in 2011 we’ve seen the release of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Needless to say with the 8 year gap since the release of Invisible War, there’s been a gargantuan leap in graphic and AI technology – not only that, with Eidos Monreal teaming up with Square Enix we have a very pretty game indeed.

Since first reading that this game was in production, I was originally glued to my screen for every tidbit of information, then I actually forgot about it until a few weeks before launch as my friend reminded me it was incoming…

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is currently available via Steam amongst all other conventional ways for purchase. There’s also multiple versions to buy so be sure to pick wisely for your budget.

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4 Responses to “Deus Ex: Human Revolution PC Review”
  1. Great review.
    Really like this game, I think I might get it when I have a more substantial computer.

    One question though, I don't quite like how the first Deus Ex looks (sorry I'm used to high def by now) is there any difference in the enjoyment of the game with having played the first two or not?

    • As this is a prequal, not at all.

      There's a few easter eggs, and some things from the earlier games explained in it, but regardless of whether you've played the first two or not, this is one superb game. Really worth the time and effort to do it.

      Would recommend it to anybody.

      • Taking your advice into account a second time, I want to play this game right now for some reason, it really seems awesome.

        I think that the reason is my fondness of FPS and RPG, so I suppose having both in one is just awesome.

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