4.5 Ahead of it's Time drlowdon | 19/06/2011 | See all drlowdon's reviews (468) With terrorists openly killing thousands as well as drugs, disease and pollution being widespread the world's economies are on the verge of total collapse. A shadowy organisation, bent on world domination, begins to emerge and no one but you believes they exist.A port from the PC original Deus Ex is usually labelled as a first person shooter but it is so much more than that. One of the biggest factors that separates it from other FPS games is the ability to improve and customise your character as the game progresses. The way in which you upgrade your character has a huge impact on the way the game plays; maxing out your hacking skills for example meaning you can override gun turrets to attack enemies. Very few games, even now in 2011, allow the player such freedom to play exactly how they wish.The game is certainly not without its flaws. Even when released eight years ago the controls and graphics were a mixed bag and the game featured the odd bug or two (although none were game breaking). It is however easy to overlook these minor problems in such a unique gaming experience.