Deus Ex: Human Revolution – pc

9.2

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.
GenreFirst-Person Shooters
Platforms
pc


DEVELOPER Eidos Montreal | PUBLISHER Codemasters | RELEASE DATE


Deus Ex: Human Revolution Reviews pc


9.2

destructoid.com review
Deus Ex: Human Revolution, like its augmented hero, is a step above its mundane peers. With its flowing, open approach to mission structure, thoroughly engrossing story and gorgeous visuals, this is the kind of game that all others should strive to be. While there are some elements that don’t feel quite as developed as they should have been, and augmentation is more Hobson’s choice than true choice, Human Revolution provides a level of quality that only the most adamant cynic could fail to be impressed by. More importantly, it is everything a fan of Deus Ex could want in a game, and it effortlessly embraces the arduous task of living up to the legacy, standing next to its 2000 predecessor and holding its head up in pride.
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9.2

pcgamer.com review
A dark, cool and beautiful revival of an incredible game. smart, substantial, funny, creative, and endlessly entertaining.
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9.2

eurogamer.net review
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is probably not as perfect as I’m making it sound. Some of the rules about what’s interactive and not seem quite arbitrary, which is a pretty blatant failing in a game which tries so hard to make you feel like you’re not being restricted, and while the level design is clever and varied, the interior design definitely is not, and there’s also a lot of repetition in the incidental details. Sure, it’s important to hear some of those looping news broadcasts, but maybe make them longer than half a minute or record variations or something.
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