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You play Adam Jensen, an ex-SWAT specialist who's been handpicked to oversee the defensive needs of one of America's most experimental biotechnology firms. Your job is to safeguard company secrets, but when a black ops team breaks in and kills the very scientists you were hired to protect, everything you thought you knew about your job changes.
A divided near-future:
Discover a time of great technological advancement, but also a time of chaos and conspiracy. Mechanical augmentations of the human body have divided society between those who can afford them, and those who can’t. Opposing forces conspire from the shadow to control the destiny of mankind: a human revolution is coming.
A perfect mix of action and role-play:
The game uniquely combines action-packed close-quarters takedowns with intense shooting, offering a vast array of character augmentations and upgrades for the many weapons at your disposal. Unlock new abilities and increase your stealth, social, hacking or combat skills: the game rewards all styles of play and approaches. Determine how you want your character to evolve, based on how you want to play the game.
Choices and consequences:
Shoot your way through the enemies, sneak up behind them without being traced, hack systems to retrieve crucial information, or use your social skills to extract information from key characters – there are always choices, multiple approaches, multiple paths and multiple tools at your disposal. Choose your playing style and face the consequences of your actions: you decide how the story unfolds in his enhanced storyline featuring the full integration of "The Missing Link" and "Tongs Mission". Find more ways to defeat the new and improved Boss Fights, use the Newgame+ feature to replay the story with your previously acquired augmentations. Learn more about the game with the developers commentaries in ENGLISH ONLY and the original "Making of" video.
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One of the best action RPG games ever made. If you like cyberpunk scenarios and some concrete atmospheres you'll find in Deus Ex an amazing game. If not, you will enjoy a great gameplay featuring third person shooter and stealth mechanics, as well as great Mass Effect-like dialogues where choices matter. How to play Deus Ex: Human Revolution is your choice. Deus Ex works great as a game itself, but it is also a great example of how to revive a franchise like Deus Ex which was considered a cult classic. Old school fans won't complain much about Human Revolution since it embraces its nature without hesitation. Buy it if you loved the original Deus Ex. Buy it if you've never played Deus Ex. Either way you'll win.
Deus Ex has great gameplay, you can engage in firefights, move along the map stealthily and kill your enemies without them noticing and hack computers.There are also many side quests and secret pathways to find your way around the map. You can upgrade Adam Jensen's augmentation's however you like depending on your play style, with focus on action/stealth and you can also upgrade your social and hacking skills too. The plot is really good with great characters and you can take on quests in a variety of ways each with their own outcomes. Voice acting is top notch. Graphics are not bad, they could be better even for the time it came out and animations could be better too. Overall I recommend playing this game for I find it very satisfying till the end.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution DC is the complete version of the prequel/sequel to the legendary Deus Ex. Set 25 years before that original game, you play as Adam Jensen, a security guard for a large biotech company that suffers a terrorist attack. You receive major injuries to your body and your ex-girlfriend is killed. A few months later, you are rebuilt using augmentations and are now on the case to find out why you were attacked and why she was killed. In true Deus Ex form, you go to various different cities, uncovering the truth* with a conspiracy filled adventure that only Deus Ex can provide. The game play is very much the same as the original but just in a modern way. I loved the OG Deus Ex and thoroughly enjoyed Human Revolution. 84/100 *May Not Be the Truth
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is one of those rare games that does stealth well. The levels are designed in such a way that being stealthy and exploring without drawing attention to yourself is rewarded, yet playing that way requires patience (and the occasional reload). The only drawback in this mode of playing is that the stealth doesn't extend to boss fights, so one can be left ill-equipped to handle those occasional necessary firefight moments. The success of DX:HR, however, is its storytelling. Even though the missions are a linear sequence, occasionally punctuated by a city to explore, there's enough story and story points that keep the game moving along. Doing the extra missions and reading through eBooks and emails all adds to the world building, and that makes for a successful immersion. The only downside of the Director's Cut is the additional story mission (originally a DLC) fits awkwardly into the main storyline, and is big enough that it loses the flow that the rest of the game built up so well. That bugbear aside, this is how action RPGs should be done.
I had a great time playing this game. Some of the boss fights are a little bit broken but it's forgivable for how fun the rest of the game is. Good story, great atmosphere. Solid graphics, a very competent shooter, super fun hacking, great stealth. It's one of those games that you can solve problems in many different ways and all of them are viable in there own way, which makes getting around problems and finding solutions feel so much more rewarding because you can do it the way you want to, not the way the game is trying to make you. Overall had a great time playing, totally worth it.
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