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    mmakows2's Deus Ex: Human Revolution (PS3)

    [October 22, 2012 11:04:28 AM]
    Eidos Montreat and Square Enix's Deus Ex: Human Revolution is an action RPG game that focuses on Adam Jensen, a security director at Sarif Industries, in which he must hunt down the people who attacked the facility and caused the death of his former girlfriend, Megan Reed. However, due to the attack on Sarif, Jensen is now an augmented individual.
    One of the great aspects of Deus Ex: Human Revolution is its open-ended nature and the social interaction within the game. You have the ability of making tough choices and choose which offensive strategy to use: stealth or non-stealth. Deus Ex: Human Revolution is the first game that Iíve played were you can sneak past enemies throughout the entire game but ultimately having to engage in a little combat every once in a while. Or you can choose to blast your way through.
    Unfortunately, the one element that is extremely out of touch with the rest of the game is the boss fights. When a player chooses to engage in little combat, naturally, the player is going to have an extensive line of arsenal to help defeat the bosses. Therefore, if you play with stealth, you are going to need pure luck to pull it through all three boss fights. In my opinion, the inclusion of boss fights really donít match with the game at all as it takes away from the playerís ability to choose their own specific route within the game. But, on the process of talking about combat, it is extremely surprising that a game published by Square Enix would have the characteristics of a FPS. However, it is very well-done. The player has an array of weapons to choose, a plentiful supply of ammo, and the ability to upgrade augmentations and other armor.
    Lastly, with any RPG, the story has to be engaging. Deus Ex: Human Revolution has a terrific storyline that leads to multiple endings due to the playerís ability with social interaction with other characters. The game is also equipped with multiple side missions that, when completed, will help the player upgrade his augmentations. By doing these side missions and getting rewarded with upgrades, the player will be more prepared to complete the missions in the main storyline. However, it should be noted that the player will not be able to upgrade all of his augmentations on his/her first playthrough. Therefore, when the player decides to playthrough the game again, they can choose different routes when it comes to upgrading so that gameplay doesnít become repetitive. Overall, Deus Ex: Human revolution is a fantastic game that will satisfy RPG fans and FPS fans.
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    GameLog started on: Monday 2 January, 2012

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