Deus Ex: Human Revolution PC Review




/ 8 years ago

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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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