Deus Ex: Human Revolution-Director’s cut is a first person shooter/role playing game hybrid released for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Windows and Wii U on October 22nd, 2013. The game combines the original Deus Ex: Human Revolution and the Missing Link Downloadable Content into one program. The story follows security manager Adam Jensen and systems engineer Frank Pritchard as they head to Washington, DC along with a team of scientists to present their findings on augmentation on human life free of Neuropozyne. Before they do, Sarif incorporated gets attacked by mercenaries before they can get to Washington DC. But is the game worth experimenting on or is it just another failed experiment?
Graphics-The graphics in the game is a masterpiece of cyberpunk and sci-fi art. The character models look really well done, and Adam’s character model looks awesome. The only downside is that Adam isn’t customizable like Commander Shepherd in the Mass Effect series.
Sound-The voice acting is OK, but the real kick in the head is that Adam’s voice is too monotone. His voice doesn’t change much whenever another emotion takes effect.
Gameplay-The idea of an FPS/RPG hybrid is a smart move. The player can customize Adam to their liking, and the options they get to choose is worth the effort. The dialogue options alter gameplay, and some can lead to bonuses, or even achievements. Combat can be done with stealth, or full on assault. The player can choose whichever they want.
Features-What sets Director’s cut apart from the original are the improvements to gameplay, bonus commentaries, and many more features.
Overall-If you haven’t played Deus Ex: Human Revolution, this is your chance to play it. The smooth gameplay along with the variety of options and more open choices to make is what set this game apart from other games like Mass Effect series.
You can get Deus Ex: Human Revolution-Director’s cut from the following sites:
Steam: Click here.
Xbox Live: Click here.
PSN: Click here.
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