Deus Ex: Human Revolution Augmented Edition

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Description

"_Human Revolution is a smart, rewarding piece of transhumanist noir that does justice not just to Deus Ex, but to the fiction that inspired it. _" - IGN.com

"Deus Ex: Human Revolution is an engrossing and atmospheric adventure that keeps you guessing." - Gamespot.com


This Augmented Edition contains:

  • Exclusive 40-page Artbook - Showcasing the concepts behind the world of 2027. Discover the origins of the design, the characters and the weapons of Deus Ex: Human Revolution

  • 44-minute making-of chronicling the trials and tribulations of the Eidos-Montreal team

  • Motion comic based on the first issue of the DC Comics adaptation

  • Game soundtrack composed by Michael McCann

  • E3 Trailer and animated storyboard

About the game:

You play Adam Jensen, a security specialist, handpicked to oversee the defense of one of America’s most experimental biotechnology firms. But when a black ops team uses a plan you designed to break in and kill the scientists you were hired to protect, everything you thought you knew about your job changes.

Features:

  • The long-awaited return of the award winning franchise that blends the best of Action and RPG: the perfect mix of combat, stealth, hacking, and social gameplay.

  • Play as Adam Jensen, a mechanically augmented agent: customize and upgrade your character with more than 50 unique augmentations that support your style of play.

  • Deadly weapons: Over 20 available weapons, each with their own customizable elements.

  • Fight enemies including dangerous thugs, augmented special operations soldiers, advanced robots; and engage in epic boss battles.

  • Live the reactive and dangerous world: your choices will have consequences in the game’s world.

  • Play in an open-ended world: there are always multiple solutions to every challenge.

  • Engage the unique Cyber Renaissance setting: discover a unique world that blends near future and Renaissance elements.

  • Travel the world: visit multiple unique locations across the globe each with their own design, story and gameplay elements.

  • Become involved in vast global conspiracy: unravel the story — discover who you can really trust.

  • Decide humanity’s future: the decision you make and the actions you take will lead to an ultimate decision on mankind’s future.

Customer reviews

89

Perfect prequel

Demilisz | March 20, 2014 | See all Demilisz's reviews »

Human Revolution is a prequel for entire series. A perfect prequel that makes you want to play original Deus Ex right after finishing HR. The best thing here is level design - almost every level (boss fights are only exceptions) can be completed with guns blazing or stealthy and each location is designed so both ways are equally viable, though sometimes you will need a certain upgrade for Jensen to take easier route. Conversation system is good, characters and plot interesting. Hacking is made in form of a minigame and is slightly too random at start, but after investing a few points in certain skills it becomes better. The only problem is money - unless you are just rushing past every location and don't take your time exploring, there is really nothing worth buying.

RPG fans and Deus Ex fans must buy this, as well as players that enjoy a good game with cyberpunk setting.

82

Reinvented

chataolauj | Jan. 23, 2014 | See all chataolauj's reviews »

This version of Deus-Ex: Human Revolution is much better now because there are now several ways to defeat a boss rather than only kill it with guns and what not. The AI hasn't really been modified all that much, so it's a bit frustrating at times. For newcomers to this game, it's an Action AND RPG, so that adds quite a few elements to this game that makes it worthwhile. This version also includes the Missing Link DLC, but the DLC isn't all that great. This game IS a prequel, so it won't hurt you if you play this one before the older Deus Ex games.

85

A great game on it's own merits

Baumshlager | Dec. 2, 2013 | See all Baumshlager's reviews »

If this was not a prequel to the original Deus Ex, it would still be an epic game. Although it is set in the "past", the technology looks more advanced,and that,with the boss levels that seem out of place, would be the only downside. You can again pick your own playstyle: be stealthy, go on a murderous rampage, or something in-between. I especially liked the pheromone analysis part where you have to talk the NPCs into doing your biding by monitoring their behavior. The story wasn't as good as the original, but it still gives you an option to choose the ending you prefer, which is great, and one mission includes the iconic Tracer Tong as a young man. Immersive sci-fi setting and a gret combination of FPS,RPG and a stealth game.Get this game, you won't be disappointed.

85

Wipe away that Invisible War bad taste in your mouth

duffman03 | Nov. 19, 2013 | See all duffman03's reviews »

Invisible War, what Invisible War? This is the Deus Ex we all wanted. Stealth mechanics are great, and having the option to do a full blown psychopathic killer or a silent invisible ninja throughout most of the game (excluding boss battles) is really great. In all reality though, most of the time silent ninja turns into psychopathic killer as soon as you get detected. So you either have to be really careful and stealthy, or just enjoy it and murder everyone. Great looking game, awesome story, and the boss battles are bearable at best. Don't let them turn you off of this game though, play it now!

90

I asked for this...

derekthedj | Sept. 28, 2013 | See all derekthedj's reviews »

I rarely preorder games but this was a day-one purchase. You learn quickly that this isn't the type of game where you can take care of business by going in with the guns blazing. Instead it forces you to think your way through each level and each objective can be completed in a number of ways. You gain skills as you progress through the game and each has their strength and weaknesses.

Minus a little bit due to the boss fights that seem, well, out of place compared to the rest of the game. If it weren't for the boss fights, it would be possible to complete the game without killing anyone.

For those deciding between the regular and augmented edition, this version comes with a nice looking .pdf of the fantastic concept art that inspired the design along with a making-of video that filmed their progress through each stage of the development of this game by Eidos Montreal. Finally, it includes the wonderful game soundtrack by Michael McCann.

This game taught me to enjoy stealth games. I recommend it.