Deus Ex is a series of first person video games, consisting of three games: Deus Ex, Deus Ex: Invisible War, and Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

While all three games have distinct settings and story lines, together they explore the methods used by the world's elite to control and manipulate society. Human Augmentation also factors heavily in the stories, being introduced in Human Revolution and explaining the main characters super human abilities through all three games.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution
(Deus Ex 3) 2027 A.D.
This game takes place when the development of bio-mechanical augmentation by a few elite and powerful companies threatens to destabilize society. The main story follows Adam Jensen, a private security officer for one of these companies, as he attempts to figure out who is behind recent attacks on his company. The events in the game lead to the formation of UNATCO, a global anti-terrorist organization formed by the United Nations.

Deus Ex / Deus Ex: The Conspiracy
(Deus Ex 1) 2052 A.D.
This game takes place after a rogue organization Majestic 12(MJ-12) attempts to take over the world by secretly releasing a virus only they have a cure for. The game is played through the eyes of rookie UNATCO agent J.C. Denton, who through the course of the game discovers the true identity of MJ-12 as a rogue offshoot of the once powerful Illuminati. The story ends with a final confrontation with Bob Page, leader of MJ-12, and a moral decision for J.C. Denton to seize power for himself, restore power to the Illuminati or destroy the work of MJ-12 entirely and possibly create a new global dark age.

Deus Ex: Invisible War
(Deus Ex 2) 2072 A.D.
This game takes place after an event known as The Collapse, where several global organizations offer competing ideologies for how society should function. The story follows recent trainee Alex Denton, clone of J.C. Denton, as he completes missions for these organizations, learns their true identities and intentions and in the end decides which organization should rule the world.

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3 months ago Deus Ex: Revision 57 comments

We're launching soon. This is a look at why we're not launching right now.

GMDX v8.0 Development Milestone

GMDX v8.0 Development Milestone

3 months ago GMDX 9 comments

Development of v8.0 of the award-winning Deus Ex mod GMDX is progressing exceptionally well, reaching levels of design depth seldom trodden. I estimate...

Map updates

Map updates

5 months ago Deus Ex: Apocalypse Inside 1 comment

Deus Ex: Apocalypse Inside multiplayer map is back online. Come check how much it's changed and improved!

New People and New Ambitions [April Fools + Actual News]

New People and New Ambitions [April Fools + Actual News]

6 months ago Deus Ex: Revision 11 comments

A repost of our 2015 April Fools post, with actual news added.

GMDX v8 news

GMDX v8 news

6 months ago GMDX 7 comments

Progress on v8 of GMDX is coming along well and the underclasses are starting to get desperate for a taste. To apply for playtesting you can just drop...

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Mr-Gency Jan 29 2014 says:

I feel like you're treading in spoiler territory in the descriptions for the games' stories.

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mikak Feb 24 2014 replied:

for Deus Ex, i agree. for IW and HR, i disagree.

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cahal89 Jan 27 2014 says:

I've been putting off playing the main Deus Ex storyline again until the next rev of Revision mod comes out. I hated it at first, had trouble accepting it, but then I grew to like after the last rev of the mod (1.3.1). Now I can't wait for it. Been running through Redsun2020, and ZODIAC again, in the meantime.
I even reinstalled Invisible War to play again. I know most peeps hated it but I always liked it even though it was such a departure from the original DX formula, and despite there never being an SDK.

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ThijsH May 10 2014 replied:

Yeah invisible war wasn't that bad of a game. Unfortunately it just sucked compared to be the awesomeness of deusX1. Maybe if it were released as standalone with it's own style it could have been okay.

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Bacon28 Jan 15 2014 says:

Thanks for the invite, still enjoy and love this game to this day and age xD

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Shodar87 Jan 10 2014 says:

I´ve never asked for this...

...but thanks for invite :)

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ShadowFear Jan 10 2014 says:

Nothing like listening to the Human Revolution soundtrack on the way to work in your car.

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mm1 Jan 9 2014 says:

I Love Deus Ex I Play The First Deus Ex On PC

And Deus Ex Human Revolution on PS3

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DEAD_FiSH Dec 31 2012 says:

I am now beneath the nanotech lab.
I love Deus Ex! It changed my life forever!

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Dragonlord Oct 27 2012 says:

Deus Ex 1: Best game ever made.

Deus Ex 2: Failed in some regards but had some good ideas in other parts. All in all though weak.

Desu Ex 3: Failed in many regards but had some very nice ideas which had not been thought throuh to the end ending up as gimmicks/overpowered without the actual punch the ideas itself would have had to begin with. Better than DX2 but nowhere near DX1.

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Joebama Feb 23 2013 replied:

I have to disagree. I enjoyed Human Revolution just about as much as I did the predecessor. And, neither game is the "best" game ever made. No game has ever been made that is perfect.

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