Deus Ex Human Revolution: Explosive Mission Pack
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The Explosive Mission Pack introduces Tong's Rescue Bonus Mission, the Grenade Launcher, the Remote-Detonated Explosive Device and the Automatic Unlocking Device for Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Hack-a-Tron 2000 DLCGuardian412 | Feb. 3, 2013 | See all Guardian412's reviews »
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Explosive Mission Pack is a must DLC for the game because of numerous reasons. It has one tiny mission, which is not a long one, but its giving a plus for the main storyline, so as for the whole Deus Ex universe. The DLC is also offering one new weapon, the grenade launcher, one remote explosive pack, and my favorite, the automatic hack device, the Hack-a-Tron 2000, so as I call it, which is capable to open everything, be it a computer or a lock. If you want to play more, if you want some new weapons that makes things boom and if you've missed the hacking tool from the original Deus Ex, get this DLC which offers all of this, Hack-a-Tron 2000 included.
Small mission and a couple extra weapons.Bigshrimp | Jan. 30, 2013 | See all Bigshrimp's reviews »
The extra weapons adds a little spice to the game. The rescue mission is a little short but sweet. Other than that, it just adds a little to the game, but its pretty cheap anyways, so not much to complain about. I would recommend buy the DLC when it is on sale, since there really isn't too much added to the game from it.
Small, but effectiveLunk | Jan. 2, 2013 | See all Lunk's reviews »
This is a fun little DLC that succeeds in ways that I felt both of the other HR DLCs missed.
The items it adds are fun (has a grenade launcher ever NOT been fun?) and are introduced at times when they are useful and there is ammo to be found, which was one of my major complaints about the Tactical Enhancement Pack. The additional mission is a brief, well-made mission that added some extra interaction with characters that I enjoyed and unlike The Missing Link, this DLC mission didn't feel like it was disruptive to the overall story. In fact, I can't say for sure as I haven't played the game without this DLC to see how things are tied together, but I suspect it's actually a bit less clear without it as the bonus mission adds some clarity to how and why a particular character is helping you.
It's not a particularly large addition, but it fits nicely and it's reasonably priced, so I'd recommend picking it up.
Eh, it's alright.RAY16 | Dec. 31, 2012 | See all RAY16's reviews »
Although it's kind of lame to pay for something that was originally a free pre-order incentive, it's cheap and it's a decent extra mission. Particularly useful if you didn't pre-order and went through the game once before without it, so on your second play through you'll at least have one small bit of new content to look forward to. The two new weapons and the new gadget are fine but don't add much to the game. Worth it if it's on sale, and to a lesser extent when it's not.
Buy it...Zinzun | Sept. 11, 2012 | See all Zinzun's reviews »
only for one euro or so. This DLC (that was free for preordering the game) add only a little rescue mission, that is nice bot nothing more. Other weapons are useless.