Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Deus Ex: Human Revolution, is a prequel to the original game, now developed by Eidos Montreal. Like previous titles, Human Revolution contains elements of first-person shooters and role-playing games, and to gamers' pleasure it appears the game is every bit as good as its predecessors.
High production values.
Open-ended level design for multiple tactics.
High replay value.
Character dialogue choices.
Interested story elements.
Well thought out world.
Excellent mix of combat, stealth and RPG.
Near Perfect Linear Gameplay.
Slow loading times.
Linear boss fights.
Some silly writing and voice acting.
Visual presentation is merely average.
Easy to lose your bearings while exploring open-world city hubs.
The transitions between the game and its cut-scenes can be jarring.
Lack of support for NVIDIA's 3D Vision technology (3D fans can only use AMD's HD3D).
The conspiracy can get a little thick at times.
By TechSpot on August 29, 2011
We were pleasantly surprised by how well Deus Ex: Human Revolution ran on affordable graphics cards at 1680x1050. The GeForce GTX 550 Ti and Radeon HD 6770 were able to deliver playable performance using maximum visual quality settings. Moreover, it o...-
By Gear Diary on October 17, 2011
Tweet Tweet Stealth, choice, action, role-playing elements and powerful plots all create an amazing experience in the latest installment of the Dues Ex game series – Deus Ex: Human Revolution on PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 (regular and...-
By Maximum PC on October 14, 2011
Deus Ex: Human Revolution gave us a game-over screen seconds after the opening credits, and we loved it. We were about to tiptoe into our first mission—deftly defusing a hostage crisis—when we encountered a trio of friendly SWAT guards....90
By Game Usagi on September 19, 2011
Human Revolution is set before the two previous Deus Ex games in the year 2027. Dominated by massive bio-engineering firms, the planet has entered a new age of innovation centered around the ascension of cybernetic implants. Morality and cultural...90
By Hi Tech Legion on September 19, 2011
Provided By: EIDOS / AMD No compensation was received for review of this product. Reviewer's Opinion: Living up to the original Deus Ex title is a tall order as it delivered a style of storytelling and gameplay that was very unique for its time....-
By eTeknix on September 17, 2011
With the FPS genre being more popular than ever, Deus Ex's return was inevitable. Back in the year 2000 we saw the release of Deus Ex – a highly addictive FPS that incorporated Role Playing and Adventure in one package, developed by Ion Storm...-
By PCWorld New Zealand on September 12, 2011
You know what? I never played the original Deus Ex. Let’s get that out of the way right now. Many claim it to be the best PC game of all time, and perhaps it was. I wouldn’t know. Didn’t play it. Probably never will.I came to Deus Ex:...90
By Strategy Informer on September 12, 2011
I only played the original Deus Ex once. Unlike, it seems, most people, I prefer to play a story-based game once through and then pretty much never go back, barring a, say, Witcher 2 scenario when so much of the plot can be changed depending on your...92
By TechCentral on September 09, 2011
Deus Ex: Human Revolution may be one of the best games to come out this year. Its gameplay is innovative and intelligent; its writing is extremely engaging; and it's just fun to play. That said though, what makes Human Revolution so memorable...100
By Gameplay Monthly on September 07, 2011
The year, we are told, is 2027. Humanity is at a turning point, and that turning point is the rapidly approaching singularity – the merging of man and machine through the use of human augmentation. Prosthetics have become so advanced that they are...83