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Deus Ex: Human RevolutionVideo Game (W-Style RPG, First-Person Shooter)

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a cyberpunk-themed first-person action role-playing stealth video game developed by Eidos Montreal and published by Square Enix, which also produced the game's CGI sequences. Originally released in August 2011 for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, it is the third game in the Deus Ex series, and a prequel to the original game released in 2000. An OS X version, Deus Ex: Human Revolution Ultimate Edition, was released on April 26, 2012 by Feral Interactive; it includes t... View more [Wikipedia]

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8.6Fantastic!

Rated by 64 people registered on Favslist

Leo Barbosa wrote his opinion about Deus Ex: Human Revolution

1 year ago

Great sequel (or prequel) to a great game. Good non-linear mature story, tons of choices, you can finish without killing people.

Score: 9.5 (Fantastic!)

Gries He Hard to swallow that we've been waiting half a decade for Deus Ex 4 already.

1 year ago

Brendan Austin I thought it was a good game with alot of lore, which I like, except in this game it, and the story, was hard for me to follow and get into. Great setting and gameplay though.

1 year ago

Gries HeDeus Ex: Human Revolution

2 years ago

Bob GutSmasha Oh I hadn't heard of DE: Universe. I was really surprised by Human Revolution, I didn't think they could do a good sequel to the original game but they pulled it off. I gotta get back to that game, my old PC died halfway through the game :\

2 years ago

Firion Hope I love interacting with game devs

2 years ago

Gries He (Listening to the radio right now ... they're actually talking about trans-humanism, Nietzsche and Second Life at the moment, super interesting stuff ... and now they're talking about bondage. What the hell, what a weird radio station.)

2 years ago

Gries HeDeus Ex: Human Revolution

3 years ago

It's hard to swallow that history will probably forget some of the greatest games of last gen, like Deus Ex 3, Viva Piñata and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West ...

Giga Pudding It baffles me how quickly Deus Ex: HR faded out of everyone's memory. In fact, most people forgot about it after only a few months and it was barely mentioned anywhere as a GotY contender, even if it got praised upon release and sold surprisingly well. Fantastic game though.

3 years ago

Jonathan Oyama To be honest, Viva Pinata still creeps me out...for various reasons. Good game, but...those pinatas, man...

9 months ago

Kevin Coffey I never played Enslaved or Deus Ex... My whole life is a lie.

9 months ago

Jack Lawrie wrote his opinion about Deus Ex: Human Revolution

3 years ago

You can totally cheese those boss fights that everybody complains about.

Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

Daniel Zsigmond wrote his opinion about Deus Ex: Human Revolution

3 years ago

I love cyberpunk and this is probably my favourite single-player game.

Score: 9.0 (Fantastic!)

Bimmy Lee wrote his opinion about Deus Ex: Human Revolution

3 years ago

I'm having trouble writing these descriptions for my top games because I want to get right back in and play this one. The director's cut of Human Revolution adds in a few new elements that were missing from the original release, such as ways of beating bosses using the skills you have put points in. The Wii U game pad functionality is also extremely useful for getting around undetected. Plotwise, this game plays out like the best Robocop game another universe gave us: Adam Jenson is severely wounded and is given augments that can potentially make him into a robotic superman. The only problem with this game is how heavily it wants you to stealth around instead of go into situations with guns blazing. You still get EXP and develop if you chose the lethal approach but the optimal approach is always to stealth, which is fine since there are a few different ways to do so presented in each mission.

Score: 9.5 (Fantastic!)

Husky WingDeus Ex: Human Revolution

3 years ago

Just got the Factory Zero achievement on my first playthrough of the Missing Link DLC! (No weapons, no upgrades.)

Gries He congrats! I played through the main campaign without getting detected and without killing anyone

3 years ago

Husky Wing Now that's just... hardcore.

3 years ago

Drew DeBakkerDeus Ex: Human Revolution

3 years ago

This game is legitimately fun. It reminds me of what a good 007 game could be- a quality stealth FPS. The upgrade system is great and the sense of achievement and exploration are certainly present. It's just that this game features quite possibly the most bland, uninspired visual styles of any game ever. Why is everything washed in a golden light, making the game essentially monochromatic? More than anything, It would seem to attempt to cover up an art direction that is childishly posturing what the future could look like while having no understanding of what anything in the PRESENT looks like. And don't even get me started on the plot, which contains all the excitement and espionage of a C-SPAN debate regarding the regulation of plastic surgery. Snooze. Deus Ex aims its philosophical sights high and misses the mark: a dangerous proposition that makes the game seem hopelessly dumb at times. It is still a good time sneaking around killing Matrix rejects bu don't expect to have your mind expanded in any way. Also, screw you montage of stock footage ending! What is this, Metal Gear Solid 2?

Giga Pudding wrote his opinion about Deus Ex: Human Revolution

3 years ago

Deus Ex: Human Revolution tackles a wide variety of serious questions, but not once does it seem to be preaching from a high ground. It never does give an answer as to what is ultimately right or wrong, nor does it funnel a player into a certain play style (aside from the boss fights, that is). It respects the player's intelligence and for that it deserves high praise.
Pros: Thought provoking material, element of choice is well implemented throughout its game design, magnificent level design, brilliantly designed gameplay invites experimentation and exploration, Adam Jensen is a great character, believable and well realized world, great story and writing, sets up interesting moral-questioning situations, interesting side-quests, great skill tree, great visual design, good atmosphere
Cons: Incredibly poor implementation of boss fights, crude transitions between gameplay and storytelling, no New Game+, rough character models and animations, little variation in voice acting (aside from the main cast), some skills are seriously underused in the game

Score: 9.0 (Fantastic!)

Arjun Chowdhury wrote his opinion about Deus Ex: Human Revolution

4 years ago

this was different, loved it

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  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director’s Cut

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