Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Deus Ex: Human Revolution

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Good game!
What do you think abou this game? I thing it's awesome!
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dragonbeast6 Jan 29, 2014 @ 1:46pm 
Its a very nice game, though the character models are a bit dull but the gameplay is awesome.
Spoth Jan 30, 2014 @ 5:49pm 
neat story, one that stands out as potentially possible in the future. not very many games have this amount of immersive, dark tinted storytelling.

graphics are very nice considering the year it was released. and it helps that i look a helluva lot like the protaanist, am getting into it even more! but really, this is a nice piece of scifi-noir, fun for fans of Bladerunner and similar gritty future-city tales.

and it is actually challenging! just try to get through a mission without being spotted...or killing anyone. i gave up..and now i shoot all the bad guys. or are they good guys? cant really tell sometimes, as the plot is making me feel villainous for some reason.
Last edited by Spoth; Jan 30, 2014 @ 5:51pm
I love this game, one of the few problems I have with it, is the map ... everything is so conveniently close by. The station is right next to your apartment which is right next to some gang hangout which is right down the street from some lab. Only part that really bugs me. The 3d works well to add a plus
andydh77 Feb 24, 2014 @ 3:59am 
It's a fun game, but I don't think I'll do a second playthough purely because I hate the hacking mini-game. I probably spend 25% of my time in game just doing that stupid mini-game. It's not hard at all, or thought provoking. It also happens to be a huge source of xp and cash though, so it's hard to pass up all the computers and doors everywhere. I think about 2/3 of my xp must have come from hacking stuff.
Pharnham Feb 24, 2014 @ 7:20pm 
This is the second best game I've ever played. I have a few gripes with it, like a lot of the stories involved horrid, weepy metrosexuals of a sort that just don't really exist in real life and made me want to throw up. Of course, it was weepy girly-man Haas that made me develop my "every police station quest plus loot the armory in five minutes undetected with two total takedowns" run, just so I never had to talk to him ever ... ever ... again so there was a silver lining.

But aside from that, I'd rank this as the best game since the original Deus Ex. Technically, it's vastly superior, but you have to take the era the game was built in into consideration, so Deus Ex wins by a couple points.

I think one of the things that makes this game is the restraint in the maps. I know it's really popular to have these huge sandbox maps these days, but I believe that leads to a lack of focus and drama. It's hard for the heart to stay pounding when you're trekking aimlessly across fifty miles to get to your next encounter ... assuming you don't forget what you were doing.

I think they really struck the right balance. I yearn for a nice, tight linear game again. A story in which things are controlled as in a good movie, and you are competently guided without feeling imprisoned, down that chute of drama and exhilaration.
Last edited by Pharnham; Feb 24, 2014 @ 7:38pm
Ѕσjδμгиеŗ Feb 26, 2014 @ 11:45am 
Still my fave...
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Date Posted: Jan 29, 2014 @ 1:23pm
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