Deus Ex: Human Revolution premieres tomorrow, but IGN has already published a review of the game. The reviewer gives the game 9/10 and considers it amazing, if not without certain flaws.
- The free-form approach found everywhere else gets winnowed down to murder alone here. While you can experiment with the best ways to bring these augmented killers down, these points always signal the brief but blatant removal of your free will, an unexpected turn from the same game that allows you to make your way through the entire affair without killing anyone else, ever - except for those bosses. Even if you might want to let them live. There's no room for subterfuge, no room for mercy, and no margin for deviation from a very straight line story-wise.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the long-awaited prequel to the original Deus Ex, is coming to the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in August. If you can't wait, you can see the game's hero, Adam Jensen, equipped with extremely powerful military-grade cybernetic augmentations and looking for revenge, in the trailer created for the upcoming E3 Expo in LA:Read more >