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Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution

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Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution

Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution Customer Reviews

GBP 49.99

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4.61

23 Reviews

5 Stars 14
4 Stars 9
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4.61

23 Reviews

5 Stars 14
4 Stars 9
3 Stars 0
2 Stars 0
1 Stars 0

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deus ex

4

The game is very beautiful with its dialogues and choices of your answers and various choices of combat. Fantastic game that takes its cue from the movie Blade Runner.

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Plenty of fun

4

It's a good game. Things just come apart a little bit when you play it as a shooter even though the shooting mechanics and enemy AI are quite good. Some situations lose context, like when you've taken out a bunch of security guards in a section of a complex and all the alarms are screaming at you and you're seemingly free to just roam around with staff of the company just wandering around treating you like another staff member. It breaks the illusion. So if you can suspend your belief a little more than you normally would while playing a game then this game is good.

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Pretty darn good

4

I really like this game though it does still have some flaws and annoyances. The visuals are pretty good though are not pushing any boundaries. I'm choosing to play stealthy though it is kind of up to you which way you want to play. Different routes to you're objectives are available and it is your choice how you progress. Though later on the choices you have made may make it more difficult for example if you haven't spent enough time raising your hacking level and skills you might find that you are limited to certain paths. My criticisms are mainly about the navigation of the sometimes confusing environments. Being a cyborg you would have thought that your character would have some kind of navigation system or GPS built in. It gets a little frustrating having to dive in and out of the map trying to find a location as the on screen radar is useless unless you are a few meters away from the destination. It does kinda force you to explore it bit further, though I have often found myself going around in circles. Still this is a great game overall and I would recommend to anyone who is a fan of FPS's and stealthy games like Metal Gear.

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Amazing!

5

Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution actually blew my mind, it has an amazing story and amazing combat. I cant honestly fault this game one bit, the makers did a cracking job. Would love for more to come after, Adam Jensen really should return. Amazing game!!

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Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution

5

Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution gets off to a slow start but quickly becomes high addictive! This is not a typical shooter, ammo is scarce and stealth is often better than confrontation. As you progress through the game and explore the many and varied locations and acquire more and more upgrades, the game gets better and better.

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Deus Ex Machina

5

Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution's strong points are the conversations, the characters, the slowly increasing hacking skills. Everything adds up to craft an incredible overall experience, in which you'll find yourself immersed during many hours (if you go for the side quests). A must on the shelf of every serious player.

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Superb

5

Having played the previous Deus Ex games, nothing quite came close to the original, both in terms of style and the originality of the game. I expected Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution to be graphically superior (which of course it is) but low hopes for the story and playing experience. Needless to say I was completely wrong - the game feels like a true sequel to the first Deus Ex, whilst weaving in elements more familiar in games such as Mass Effect. Essentially the game provides a solid cover-based shooter with an MGS style stealth element, all rolled into a story as rich and well thought-out as the Mass Effect games. If that sounds terrible then you'll probably hate this game but I think most gamers will be more than impressed.

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Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution

5

A Great sequal for the best game ever. Graphics, sound, story, engine, all epic. Michael A. Canns music is overwhelmingly beautiful and quite stunning. A bit frustrating to play with the gamepad, mainly in boss battles. Felt a bit fingerless most of the time. Would have preferred pc version, but have only a mac for computer and x360 for gaming. Liked a lot that the world in Human Revolution resembles that of the Ghost in the Shell 2 : Innocence. Lots of bright yellow lights everywhere. Would recommend DE3:HR for anybody who liked the first Deus Ex, and anybody who likes Metal Gear Solid games. Yes MGS, this game can be played like a good ol' MGS. In this game you could be the foxiest of hounds...

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deus ex 3

5

awesome game superb graphics great story line characters have real depth plenty of multiple option dialect making you feel like you're really involved and directing the game the way you want it to go. Great as a shoot em up or a stealth game without any doubts 10/10

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Great Game - Good Deus Ex

4

Deus Ex 3 is a really good game! Everything works out pretty well, from the graphics to the gameplay. If you haven't played Deus Ex 1, you'll probably love this one, but if you have, then you'll probably find that this is hardly as good as the first one. But, the game is still totally enjoyable for everyone, and one of the best games of the year.

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