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Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Awesome FPS / Action RPG Game by Eidos
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is the third game in the Deus Ex first-person RPG series. It is also a prequel to the original game and takes place 25 years before it. As such, nano-augmentations aren't yet developed and players will be able to use cyberpunk-style biomechanical upgrades instead. The main character of the game is Adam Jensen, a security specialist tasked to guard the secrets of an experimental biotechnology firm.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution was released on August 23, 2011. It was developed by Eidos Montreal and published by Square Enix. The game runs on all three major gaming platforms (PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3). It received positive reviews from most popular gaming magazines and websites.
Game Features and Information
Deus Ex: Human Revolution features a dark, industrial techno atmosphere that the developers call the Cyber Renaissance. Cyberpunk fans will surely enjoy playing the cyborg-like main character Adam Jensen, and becoming stronger through various cybernetic upgrades.
The original Deus Ex was all about choices. You could rush in head-on through the front door and defeat your enemies through sheer force, or find a backdoor, lockpick it and sneak inside to finish your mission stealthily. DX: HR follows in the footsteps of the first game and allows player to choose how they want to achieve their goals: by conversing with people and using trickery, hacking into computers and terminals or simply shooting and slashing any enemies that get in your way (punching them with your robotic arms also works).
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Deus Ex: Human Revolution Trailer - They Can't Stop The Future - Director's Cut
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Deus Ex: Human Revolution was praised by critics and regular gamers alike. I myself enjoyed it a lot, although in all fairness, I have to note that it was rather short.
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