Adam Jensen was hand-picked to safeguard the secrets of America's top biotech firm. But when a black ops team breaks in and kills the scientists he was hired to protect, using a security plan he developed, he is thrust into a conspiracy shrouding mankind's future evolution.

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About Deus Ex: Human Revolution with 2 comments by Kark-Jocke on Mar 23rd, 2013

Deus Ex 3 coming to Wii U

Director's Cut Edition will have plenty of new content to offer

The online store Amazon.com has this week brought up Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut
For the Nintendo Wii U, although publisher Square will not admit it, reports Joystiq.


! Jensen is back !

Even though it's been a while since we saw them on other consoles, Nintendo does these days a pretty solid job of bringing them into the top titles in the collection. Last up is Deus Ex: Human Revolution, a snike-/rolle-/actionspill - you decide some self how to play it - which probably have ended up somewhat undeservedly forgotten after the launch of one and a half years ago.


Hopefully our friend Adam Jensen used the time wisely, and can point to some new tricks when the game supposedly popping up on Wii U in the spring. We say apparently, because Square has already been out to say that they do not comment on rumors and speculation. A fully cover photo with U.S. release date 7 May on Amazon.com tend, however, to indicate a hold of it. A Wikipedia entry also helps.


Deus Ex: Human Revolution has been developed and released.
For the
Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC by Square Enix.
Developer of
a possible Wii U version is not yet known, nor any European launch date.
The entry
does not exist in the European Amazon.

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Elitesse
Elitesse Feb 10 2014, 11:22am says:

The first Deus Ex game events take place in 2052 while this game takes place in 2027 and the technology/buildings look more advanced than in the first Deus Ex game. It doesn't make sense. Is this a developer oversight?

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Mr-Gency
Mr-Gency Apr 14 2014, 3:17am replied:

Tvtropes.org has a pretty good explanation for it.

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TheUnabridgedGamer
TheUnabridgedGamer May 4 2012, 8:53pm says:

Finally, someone makes the action-shooter-RPG hybrid I've probably spent seven years waiting for. It takes the Deus Ex formula, makes it more approachable but still deep and worthwhile. I realize some people would like a 1999 mode similar to what they are doing with Bioshock: Infinite, but frankly I just enjoy the game as it is. This is one of the few titles that I actually can say I was so invested in that... it was that moment where everything clicked. It's not perfect, but for me it is one of the best titles out there on the RPG market.

Also on one mildly annoyed note -- the boss fights aren't that hard, you use the rocket launcher for the first one, you use the one AoE AUG and stun grenade combo for the next (that's all it took in my playthrough), then you need the explosive mod + revolver and enough ammo to take out the next one, then in the last one you just play as your playstyle entails.

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PopcornCoolie
PopcornCoolie Jan 15 2012, 5:06pm buried:

(buried)

Human Revolution is a good game even though it disappoints. Sure Deus Ex had many small maps and reused some of them BUT not as much as this game seems to. All of the maps are real small. Everything is scrunched together into mazes to make it seem more than it is. You can jump a wall or find a hidden path and be right back where you started.

Overall very few characters to interact with and it seems to be the shortest Deus Ex games. None of the choices made change the coarse of the game nor the attitudes of factions. It's linear to the end and you literally choose the ending at the end of the game. It's a crock.

Overall a fun game but a Deus Ex Disgrace. Shame on Square Enix. They seemed to be better when they were squaresoft, but that was a time when standards were much lower.

It works as another game, but not a Deus Game. Much Like RE4&5. Would be alright as other games but aren't Resident Evil.

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Onemaster
Onemaster Nov 17 2011, 10:02am says:

Absolutely amazing game. This was MUCH more than I expected. It drags you into the game nearly as strongly as Deus Ex. There are a few things though that aren't perfect, but a wonderful game you have developed, Eidos Montreal...

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harv-
harv- Oct 10 2011, 11:06am says:

Superb in places and bad in others.

It's probably been said 100 times but the boss fights were terrible however they were easy after Yelena as my stats were buffed enough by then. I started going down the hacker route on med difficulty and by the end had pretty much maxed out most of the augments upgrades so the last two boss battles were pretty easy.

The world was well realised and had lots of interesting things to read and felt believable. The plot started with promise but felt clich├ęd and badly written towards the end. Also it felt as my choices in game had no real effect to what happened, I'm guessing at the end you are given all of those choices anyway. What's the point of making hard choices in the game when at then end they offer them all up anyway. Which brings me to the ending, which was the biggest disappointment. I would have liked to see at least a round up of what happened to each character or something. There was no closure between characters, Jensen and Megan, Jensen and Pritchard etc

It plays more like an action game than a RPG. Still a great game though and the music is probably the best thing about it

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thonglover
thonglover Oct 2 2011, 12:19pm says:

Augmented *sort*sort*

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thonglover
thonglover Oct 2 2011, 12:19pm says:

Augmented *sort*sort*

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TheUnbeholden
TheUnbeholden Oct 2 2011, 11:17am says:

For the people who have finished the game, post your review and you're score on the official thread. Forums.eidosgames.com

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TheUnbeholden
TheUnbeholden Oct 5 2011, 11:33pm replied:

If you're a Deus Ex fan, then join the fan group.
Moddb.com

Also vote on whether you want a SDK or not for Deus Ex Human Revolution on the official thread.
Forums.eidosgames.com

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I... can't... stop... PLAYING... IT.... JESUS! I've spent 18 hours within 24 hours PLAYING THIS DAMN THING! I've never been this addicted to a single game before, it's just too good to fucking leave or take a break from. The atmosphere, story, voice acting, graphics (minus some crappy facial animations at times, like some woman sounding as if she's really sad but her face looking like she's fucking happy), soundtrack, gameplay are ALL FUCKING BRILLIANT! This is much better than the first game IMO…

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