Publicado: 23 de febrero
It's not the original Deus Ex, it's not Human Revolution, it's got its own game. I like it, but I can't seem to keep enough ammo, or can't find enough clips. Gonna quit for now, but that I have to have a melee on me, that I can't use an ATM and store anything, yeah, it's a decent story with 2003 graphics that aren't too bad, especially for the time, but someone decided the story isn't to be told, as much as strained by these simple issues that probably kept Invisible Ware from being a more popular title, 2 or 3 darts, each using 25% of the clip, yeah very strained. I am sure some players have just breezed through this on the hardest mode, more power to em. I am exploring everything, and with that, it's just expensive for ammo etc., some will tell me to use the baton. Sure, if it works every time.... Ran into similar problems with original deus ex (so thinking from 199 to 2003 wasn't a big jump, probably same minds involved). Human Revolution seems to be the one where easy mode means you have ammo etc.).
Would be nice if companies like Eidos who will put out a package of titles of the same name, like the Deus Ex pack, would include a patch for modern day displays. Tried a few outside patches and they require making a copy of Deus Ex and putting it in with their program, or making settings changes in the ini files that make the screen location where you click buttons move, so the buttons don't work clicking where they are displayed on screen anymore. I mean, since they put the Deus Ex games in a package for one price, making the graphics fit modern day displays on all the gams together would make it worth paying 10 bucks instead of the 7 I think I paid for all (after buying the original Human Revolution as pre-order, paying full retail at Gamestop I think it was, which had its own issue with them farming out the boss fights, leading to the Director's Cut, so we pay again...).
Recommended with notice of the above, as it is a good story and overall game.