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Let's talk about the 'choices' in Deus Ex.

So recently I put up my Deus Ex Human Revolution review, and now that it’s out of the way, I wanted to talk about one of the fundamental flaws I think that game had. 853 more words

Deus Ex Human Revolution

Top Five: Things I want to see in the next Deus Ex

Four years ago, Deus Ex: Human Revolution stealthed onto the scene, punched through a wall and brought a new generation of gamers into the dystopian world first seen in 2000’s seminal… 1,208 more words

Andy Hemphill

Deus Ex Human Revolution (Director's Cut Edition)

 Deus Ex Human Revolution
Developer: Eidos Montreal
Publisher: Square Enix
Platform: Windows, Mac, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U
Release Date: August 23, 2011
Release Date (Director’s Cut): October 22, 2013. 1,456 more words

Deus Ex Human Revolution

A Human Revolution

“the body may heal, but the mind is not always so resilient.”

I absolutely adore this game, and I suspect not for the reason that most people do. 308 more words

A Boy And His Blog

Taking Back Control as Adam Jensen

At the beginning of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the player meets Adam Jensen at what might be the most emotionally turbulent time of his life; he has just experienced heartbreak, he has been physically brutalized, he just failed to protect the lives entrusted to him, he has lost control over his own body, and, to top it all off, he has been stripped of his own autonomy and anatomy. 1,645 more words


Deus Ex: Human Revolution echoes a very real conflict for our rights as users and consumers

There is a moment in Deus Ex: Human Revolution where you as the protagonist, cyborg security officer, international vigilante, and owner of exquisite goatee Adam Jensen, are asked to upgrade your cybernetic limbs by replacing a particular chip. 934 more words


Deus Ex: Human Revolution

The Deus Ex series has always been one of gaming’s most intriguing. Ion Storm’s breakout first-person shooter cyberpunk experience teetered around all the concepts of the great literary science fiction writers. 1,148 more words