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Deus Ex

by Eidos
Platform : Windows XP
Rated: Teen

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  • Platform:   Windows XP
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000922BTC
  • Release Date: March 26 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,243 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. H. on Dec 8 2007
Simply put, this game is more philosophical, more action-packed, more riveting, and less congested than the Matrix is or ever was. Deus Ex has got to be one of the best-designed video games out there. Why?

-Even though this game is old, and the graphics engine was slightly behind its time, it still gives you more freedom to move in the world that it's set in than any other video game I know of. Building your character's skills and biomods is totally up to you and depends on how you like to play the game: sneaking, hacking, or just blowing things up.

The plot is deep and full of twists and page-turning suspense that will have you on the edge of your seat. The conversations in the game are top notch, and the characters in the game are developed in a sense that you actually feel like you know them and have certain attitudes towards those who are both dark/shady and upright/heroic. Even better is that it's not only the goals you wish to complete that turns the plot around, but everything you (choose to) say can earn you rewards (skill points, weapons, etc.) or get you into trouble. The choice is yours.

Bottom line: if you are an RPG/FPS gamer and haven't picked this up yet, you're missing out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By NeuroSplicer HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Feb. 27 2009
During this ongoing Dark Age for PC gaming, when corporate Greed has coupled with pseudo-DRM schemes to stifle any original idea or creative process, I found myself, again and again, reaching for the classics. And DEUS EX is definitely a classic masterpiece.

Set in the near future, infused with equal doses of cyberpunk mentality and noir atmosphere, playing like an FPS with strong RPG elements (inventory, character development, modifiable equipment, secondary quests) - and yet one is better off avoiding shooting more often than not!. Whoever played DEUS EX can attest that this game will stay with you. Forever. And rightly so.

This is a game infused with life. The characters act natural. The script is brilliantly paranoid. And the whole setting will immerse you into this twisted world of technological possibilities and power.
In a perfect world, David Lynch would have realized William Gibson's Neuromancer. Short of that, we have been offered DEUS EX.

Sure the graphics may look dated. But I promise you that you will find no lip-synced modern game more appealing than DEUS EX. Even 5+ years old PCs will be able to render its full potential (although the game's strengths are hardly limited to its appearance) - and it is DRM-free.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
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This game has some of the highest replay value for me on my PC. I've played through it multiple times, and have not yet played it without finding new secrets, or uncovering new ways to approach a mission. It's a fantastic combination of a FPS and stealth gaming. There's lots of engrossing levels with multiple ways to complete. You can go in guns blazing, and many a guns you have to choose from. Shotguns, automatic rifles, sniper rifles, RPG's, flamethrowers and more.
Or take the stealthy, and often non-lethal approach, with weapons like the dart gun, riot baton, and electric prod.
In addition to your arsenal, you have bio-mechanical upgrades you can plug in, including cloaking technology, upgraded speed, strength, vision, and more.
You've got your weapons, you've got your mods, AND you've got upgradable skills! Lock picking, computer hacking, marksmanship, melee fighting, AND MORE!
As you can see, "AND MORE!" is a common theme with this game. It just doesn't disappoint.
Since you have a selection of both weapons and mods that's larger then you can take at any one time, and an unfathomable amount of combinations as to which skills you want to focus on, this also adds to the re-playability.
On top of all the gadgets, and choice in mission strategy, the story line is a really good, with lots of factions and characters to keep track of. The benefits of all these groups is apparent in the end, when you get to decide which group is going to win, opening up a multiple ending scenario, ALSO adding re-playability. I even found the voice acting (for the most part) really well done.
Do yourself a favour, and play this game. It's few years old now, but still well worth the experience.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Michaels on Sept. 23 2011
Deus: Ex is one of the greatest games I have ever played but DO NOT BUY THIS VERSION OF THE GAME. This is not the complete version. I purchased this exact jewel case, that calls itself a special "limited edition", a few years ago for half of what the complete edition was going for. Don't be fooled--> limited edition actually means "not the full game". The version of Deus: Ex sold with this jewel case is an extended trial, and only contains about a third of the game before dropping a "if you enjoyed this, please purchase the full game" screen on you.
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