Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Deus Ex Human Revolution

Deus Ex: Human Revolution in another instalment in the famous action RPG series. The previous game are already very old and this one is studio Edios trying to give rebirth to the franchise. We get to visit their cyberpunk, futuristic vision of the world in years to come yet again. The studio is not the same on that was responsible to the previous parts, there are, however, some members of the team that stayed the same, like scriptwriter Sheldon Pacotti. This connection between what is old and what is new lets have hope for a great tribute to the original Deus Ex. Human Revolution begins in year 2027 in Detroir.

Our hero is called Adam Jensen. He is just a typical guy, working as a boss of bodyguards for Sarif Industries, a company that researches biological and mechanic augmentations for the human body. Those are that will later became nano technologic implants know from the prequels which were actually set later in time. One day, the life of Adam Jensen totally changes. A special forces unit attacks his laboratory and slaughters ruthlessly everyone inside, and they do so thanks to building’s map created by Jenses himself. Adam gets seriously hurt and falls into a coma. Having woken up, he discovers that augmentations and implants are the only thing that saved him. He has been operated on and augmented without having a choice. After the interactive part with massacre, Adam recovers and needs to find out what actually happened.

Many disadvantages and stupid solutions from the previous instalments disappeared thanks to the developers listening to the voice of the fans, the game is still about four main activities, and those are sneaking around, hacking systems, interacting with other characters and fighting. Thanks to that, Jensen solves his problems however he likes, he can assassinate a guard, sneak around him or engage in a huge fight with half the soldiers of the mission. The player gets experience in order to buy new augmentations for Adam. Thanks to them he can develop his character in a particular direction, trying to become a good spy, soldier or explorer.

  • Developer: Eidos Montreal
  • Publisher: Square Enix,
    Feral Interactive (Mac OS X)
  • Genre: Action role-playing
  • Price:
  • Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360,OS X, Wii U, OnLive

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