Deus Ex: The Fall
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Deus Ex: The Fall is set in 2027– a golden era for science, technology and human augmentation, but also a time of great social divide and global conspiracy. Powerful corporations have seized control from governments and command the drug supply needed by augmented humans to survive. In this chaos Ben Saxon, a former British SAS Mercenary who underwent physical augmentation, is desperate for the truth behind the drug conspiracy. Betrayed by his private military employers, the Tyrants, not only is his own life at risk but for all augmented humans, time is running out…
Developed in collaboration with the original DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION® team at Eidos-Montréal and N-Fusion; Deus Ex: The Fall includes full Steam Achievements, Mouse & Keyboard control configurations, and Control Pad support.
- The original DEUS EX: THE FALL experience – action, stealth, hacking, and social gameplay. A prequel story to Deus Ex: Human Revolution that builds on the DEUS EX universe. Fight for survival in a global conspiracy.
STORY DRIVEN ACTION-RPG:
The search for the truth spans from mafia hideouts in Moscow to the slums of Panama
Every action has a consequence
Hours of gameplay with multiple ways to play
THE DEUS EX EXPERIENCE:
Play the way you want- high-impact action or stealth
Original, immersive storyline
Numerous side quests
Fully explorable environments
Social and hacking skills
High impact action and combat
Unique visual design
PC STEAMWORKS OPTIMIZATIONS:
Full Mouse & Keyboard control scheme
Microsoft Controller support
28 Steam achievements
Steam Trading Cards and Badges
Adjusted Artificial Intelligence
Revised game tutorial
Removal of auto-target options
Revised aiming reticule
Removal of in-game purchase options, with rebalanced game economy
Revised cover options - now matches Deus Ex: Human Revolution (HOLD or Toggle)
Resolution, Anti-Aliaising and Vertical Sync options
Decent for PC.Furrek | Feb. 3, 2016 | See all Furrek's reviews »
At begin, if you are a hardcore fan of Deus Ex games you should probably skip this one - or play it on your smartphone in order to not be dissapoint. Compared to other games in series, The Fall is no good. But for something that was made for smarphones - yes, you can enjoy it. Everybody know it doesn't met with so many nowadays standards. That doesn't matter. Also, maybe I'm alone, but I think it's nice to see good smartphone games avaible also on PC, so even people with normal cellphones would be able to enjoy it. So, that's probably everything I can say is positive in Deus Ex: The Fall. I'm not fan of mobile gaming, it's good for little games, less for something more "serious". It's well made SMARTPHONE game, which surprised me few times. While I played The Fall, it reminded me with not so good fps games from many years ago. Yup, it was almost same. It's not a bad thing, a little nostalgia while playing something not so old. Sometimes AI acted foolish, boss fight (if you can call something at the end like this) felt like a joke and same goes for ending. What I really enjoyed were making takedowns, maybe because it's a Human Revolution things. Graphics, music, UI and many others are fine - for a SMARTPHONE game. It's rather decent if you would want to compare it to some PC games, even those 10+ years older than Deus Ex: The Fall. If you want it, get it on sale, or maybe on your phone (if you have a powerful one), so you will have your little Deus Ex universe in your pocket. There is no harm in giving it a chance but you need to be rather prepared to be dissapointed with this one.
The fall is real.Xgoesrawr | April 19, 2015 | See all Xgoesrawr's reviews »
There is a few negative things to say about this game such as when you take an enemy out their corpse just disappears and for some reason there is a store in your inventory where you can buy almost any item in the game at any time and it'll just appear in your inventory. On the plus side the story isn't bad however it is unfinished. The Fall was meant to be released in a few different episodes but it seems that idea is no more. I had fun with the game even though it didn't take very long to complete. I went in not expecting Human Revolution and wasn't disappointed when I managed to fall through the world when exploring. Overall I think it is worth playing through at least once.
A gaming mistakeLorddyran | Sept. 17, 2014 | See all Lorddyran's reviews »
Did you play Deus Ex: Human Revolutions and enjoy it? Did you want an uglier, awkwardly-controlled, short version of it that ends on an ineffective cliffhanger? Then your prayers have been answered! On the other hand, if you want a game that's good, especially something that feels like the earlier Deus Ex games, steer clear.
A very short but enjoyable Deus Ex experiencebibboorton | Sept. 12, 2014 | See all bibboorton's reviews »
If you're just itching for more Deus Ex, you can't go wrong with The Fall. Don't expect much though, as it is a mobile port and is being sold as such, the base game being ten bucks. Just don't expect the full Human Revolution experience and you'll find some enjoyment in the game. It still feels very Deus Ex despite being light on features.
I can only assume these are marks out of 10,000effinnelle | July 14, 2014 | See all effinnelle's reviews »
Because even then they would be generous. I love Deus Ex, and DX Human Revolution, I was surprised I hadn't seen this announced but I thought "I don't need a review to tell me this is good" and bought it on release, It is worse than awful. I refuse to waste my time writing any more about it other than to say they couldn't even spell 'fail' correctly in the title. I'd want at least £10 to re-install it. Be warned.