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Deus Ex: Human Revolution

9.2 reviews

Deus Ex: HR is a prequel and set in the year 2027 (before the events of DX1). One day, the path of Jensen's life is unexpectedly changed as a team of Black-Ops commandos break into his company's headquarters and (using a security plan from Jensen's own hand) a mass slaughter ensues. From there on out, Jensen is caught up in a conspiracy that's going to see him struggling for his life.

Genre: First-Person Shooters
Platforms: Xbox 360  Also on: PC  PS3 

Developer Eidos Montréal Publisher Eidos Interactive Release Date Aug 23, 2011

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Reviews Xbox 360 

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thecontrolleronline.com review
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is one of most well crafted games you’ll ever play. The detail that went into every little thing is astounding. From the detailed environments, to the voice acting, to the hacking system, I just couldn’t put it down. Eidos Montreal has put other studios on notice; action games should have length and depth, not just a high body count. Or maybe it should be ‘your RPG should have more explosions and cyborg ninjas’. I can’t decide.
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incgamers.com review
Despite the quality of the combat, the emphasis on gameplay options, the diverse set of augmentations and the substantial side-missions, what will stay with me about Human Revolution is its focus on creating a rich, believable world filled with interesting characters, themes and conflicting ideals. The mere fact that it aims for such lofty narrative heights is commendable, the fact that it achieves them is worthy of celebration.
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gamingnexus.com review
It may have taken them 10+ years, but Ubisoft has finally delivered the true sequel to Deus Ex that fans have been waiting for. Human Revolution may not be as ground-breaking as the original game was in terms of its gameplay elements, but it does an excellent job extending on the firm foundation of the original and delivers a gaming experience that is as enjoyable as it is memorable. The game is simply quality, through and through, from nearly ever angle. There is no doubt that this will be considered one of t he best games of the year, and possibly of the console generation. What are you waiting for? Get out there and get yourself a copy...
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totalvideogames.com review
Criticisms have also been made of the bosses (specifically that it's impossible to beat them without using violence) and we'll concede that some shots do need to be fired in anger. Nonetheless, there are stealthy way-rounds (very long and sometimes arduous ones, we'll admit) that allow you to defeat each boss with minimal violent actions. Loading screens also take some flak because they happen often and for long periods. All things considered then, why are we giving it a 10 if it's not perfect? Because it's the best FPS we've played in years, and that's enough.
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gamesradar.com review
As far as single-player experiences are concerned, DX:HR is one of the absolute best of this console generation. Unless you insist on having some kind of multiplayer mode, or hate reading, there's no reason you won’t enjoy DX:HR. While it’s slightly more linear than the original, the level of polish and effort that have gone into it more than make up for it. Eidos Montreal has successfully blended the best of both worlds, rebooting a classic franchise without losing the core of what made the original beloved.
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