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Deus Ex: Human Revolution (With Bonus Explosive Mission Pack)

Released on 26 August 2011

Rating: 15+ (BBFC)

4.0 out of 5 (20 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Deus Ex: Human Revolution is the return to one of the most critically-acclaimed video game franchises of all time, telling the story of Adam Jensen, a man cybernetically augmented against his choice who finds himself in the middle of a global conspiracy to which he holds the key. By offering players the chance to play the game in multiple and vastly different ways, Deus Ex: Human Revolution challenges the foundations of gaming and provides an immersive experience where every choice has a lasting consequence.
  • Order Deus Ex: Human Revolution from Play.com and receive a code to download the Explosive Mission Pack
  • The Explosive Mission Pack features an entirely new mission with a special cameo appearance from one of the original Deus Ex characters, plus the Automatic Unlocking Device, the M-28 Utility Remote-Detonated Explosive Device (UR-DED) and the Linebacker G-87 multiple shot grenade launcher
  • Code availability is strictly limited - offers are subject to change at any time


  • A legend reborn: Deus Ex makes its much-anticipated return deliveringplayers an unmatched gaming experience
  • Ultimate fusion of action and role-play: A unique combination of action-packed close-quarter takedowns and intense shooting, offering a vast array of augmentations and upgrades for the many weapons at your disposal
  • Multi-solution structure: Choose how to accomplish each mission using combat, hacking, stealth or social mode to create a customized experience to suit any gaming style
  • Diverse customization: Engage in combat and challenges utilizing deep, specialized character augmentations and weapon upgrades
  • Unique visual design: Become immersed in a Cyber Renaissance setting that masterfully blends near future and Renaissance era styles
  • Explore the world: Traverse numerous locales across the globe-each with its own distinct art direction - in Adam's search to uncover a worldwide conspiracy

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 Average rating (20 reviews)

 Great Game don't miss this!!!

| | See all nickwin's reviews (11)

I'm sorry but millzy107 is completely wrong to try and compare this game to the likes of COD, If you think Mass effect meets Metal Gear you would be close to the mark.

The game play is intense and challenging without being a drag there is real choice in how to complete your objectives which are not always obvious the first time though a level. Controls are not at all hard to get to grips with they are of the standard ARPG type. This is not a run and gun and type game (although you can play it like that the choice is there, but you would miss so much)

The augments all build you in any direction you want non feels that it should not be there and you don't feel that you are missing anything my not choosing a route which sugests massive replay for me.

Again if you like ARPG's don't listen to the twitch happy COD generation this is a game you should not miss.

EDIT**** To the guy who says the hacking mini game is too hard I felt the same way but I looked online for a tutorial and it is much eaiser once you understand exactly what to do, it is not explained well in the game.***

 Welcome back

| | See all Dermashy's reviews (1)

Shoot em up boys stay clear . This game has atmos and class . No run and shoot . Welcome back Deus Ex , your looking fine . Buy it NOW

 Must have!

| | See all madcapsule's reviews (1)

Started playing this game and I absolutely hated it, I thought the controls were awkward and too similar to Halo and I couldn't get around the 1st person view changing to 3rd person if you went into cover.

1 hour later I couldn't get enough of this game after the 1st mission the game opens up with customisation and side missions and the game evolves.

One note though the game can be difficult depending on which route you go down espeically if you opt for knocking your opponents out at close range.

But all in all everyone should try this game and if this is the standard of games to come this year it's going to be an expensive year :D

 An Instant Classic Despite its Minor Faults

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The original Deus Ex was a true step forward for gaming. Combining elements of the first person shooter and RPG genres it allowed the player more freedom to choose their own path through the game than virtually any other title before or since. As a result any games released in the series are always going to be the subject of huge amounts of hype. Fortunately Human Revolution, for the most part, lives up to that hype.

Playing as a prequel to the first two titles in the series the game takes place in the 2020's with human augmentation still in its infancy and creating tension between those that can afford the technology and those that can't (or choose not to use it). The opening sees the main protagonist, Adam Jensen, left mortally wounded in an attack on the augmentation facility in which he works. In order to save his life he his involuntarily equipped all manner of said augmentations. Six months later and fully recovered he sets out to unravel the conspiracy surrounding the attack that almost cost him his life. This story is generally well told and is certainly more interesting than most video game scripts. As the game progresses the player is rewarded with a choice of upgrades that allow for different styles of play. If you want to run in all guns blazing then upgrade the damage you can take, if you want to go in quietly then unlock the invisibility upgrade. The choice is always yours and the excellent control scheme makes virtually any choice possible.

Alongside the main quest are a series of side quests that be can be initiated by talking to certain people around the main city hubs. Avoiding the usual fetch quests associated with RPG's these usually offer multi-layered objectives that again offer the player the choice of how best to tackle the problem.

Now for the negatives and the reason I have not awarded the full five stars. Firstly, despite all the advances made in video games in the last ten years, the AI of the enemies is still lacking. When patrolling these enemies will patrol a set route around the room and, as is the case with every stealth based game ever released, it is possible with a little patience to work out exactly when to move to avoid detection or take out an enemy. Also if an enemy spots a dead or unconscious colleague they will search for you for all of about 2 minutes before giving up and returning to their preset patrol route making them an easy target. The second negative is the frankly unnecessary boss battles. In a game that allows such freedom of choice (including the option of never having to kill anyone) it is jarring to find yourself in a one on one battle with a super powered enemy in which the only option is to kill them. Why does the player not have any choice in how to deal with these situations?

Despite these faults Human Revolution is a fantastic achievement that, while not the revolution the original was, is amongst the very best games available on Xbox360 and would make a great addition to anyone's collection.

 An Instant Classic Despite its Minor Faults

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The original Deus Ex was a true step forward for gaming. Combining elements of the first person shooter and RPG genres it allowed the player more freedom to choose their own path through the game than virtually any other title before or since. As a result any games released in the series are always going to be the subject of huge amounts of hype. Fortunately Human Revolution, for the most part, lives up to that hype.

Playing as a prequel to the first two titles in the series the game takes place in the 2020's with human augmentation still in its infancy and creating tension between those that can afford the technology and those that can't (or choose not to use it). The opening sees the main protagonist, Adam Jensen, left mortally wounded in an attack on the augmentation facility in which he works. In order to save his life he his involuntarily equipped all manner of said augmentations. Six months later and fully recovered he sets out to unravel the conspiracy surrounding the attack that almost cost him his life. This story is generally well told and is certainly more interesting than most video game scripts. As the game progresses the player is rewarded with a choice of upgrades that allow for different styles of play. If you want to run in all guns blazing then upgrade the damage you can take, if you want to go in quietly then unlock the invisibility upgrade. The choice is always yours and the excellent control scheme makes virtually any choice possible.

Alongside the main quest are a series of side quests that be can be initiated by talking to certain people around the main city hubs. Avoiding the usual fetch quests associated with RPG's these usually offer multi-layered objectives that again offer the player the choice of how best to tackle the problem.

Now for the negatives and the reason I have not awarded the full five stars. Firstly, despite all the advances made in video games in the last ten years, the AI of the enemies is still lacking. When patrolling these enemies will patrol a set route around the room and, as is the case with every stealth based game ever released, it is possible with a little patience to work out exactly when to move to avoid detection or take out an enemy. Also if an enemy spots a dead or unconscious colleague they will search for you for all of about 2 minutes before giving up and returning to their preset patrol route making them an easy target. The second negative is the frankly unnecessary boss battles. In a game that allows such freedom of choice (including the option of never having to kill anyone) it is jarring to find yourself in a one on one battle with a super powered enemy in which the only option is to kill them. Why does the player not have any choice in how to deal with these situations?

Despite these faults Human Revolution is a fantastic achievement that, while not the revolution the original was, is amongst the very best games available on Xbox360 and would make a great addition to anyone's collection.

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