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Deus Ex HR: Director's Cut - Review @ CramGaming

by Couchpotato, 2013-11-26 01:28:07

CramGaming has posted a new article and video review for Deus Ex HR: Director's Cut giving the game a final score of 9/10.

Deus Ex Human Revolution The Director’s Cut is a worthy and recommended classic game to pick up if you’ve not dipped into its delights already and like a bit of thinking man’s stealth gameplay. There is a lot of fluff to wade through though, so a bit of patience is required. That said, if you “get it” and become engrossed in the dark foreboding futuristic world, then there’s a lot on offer here. For those who already played the original, then the extras don’t make too much of a difference and really boils down to how big a fan of the game you are as the extra audio is pretty neat and changed boss fights simply add more options. The missing link is a neat inclusion to add to an already long story, and the graphical upgrades aren’t that impacting unless you run the two versions side by side. If you’re after the definitive version of the game then this is one to grab, and if you’re not bothered, then you won’t have missed much if you pass on this. Judging the game as a whole though, and it’s still a lovable gem that deserves as much spotlight as it can get.

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Deus Ex HR: Director's Cut

SP/MP: Single + MP
Setting: Sci-Fi
Genre: Shooter-RPG
Platform: PC
Release: Released