Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut

Catalogue Number: 101-8011

Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut


Released: 30/12/13

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Prequel to one of the most renowned role playing games of recent years, Deus Ex - Human Revolution grants players superhuman abilities as they fight amongst the backdrop of a futuristic neon city. Originally released in late 2000, Deus Ex was one of the most critically acclaimed role playing games on any format, blending a science fiction mythology with measured tactics and first-person combat. More than ten years later, Deus Ex - Human Revolution tell the events leading up to the original title, seeing players take the role of an ex-swat specialist overseeing the defensive needs of a biotechnology firm. Ultimately players will take on mechanically augmented technology that gives access to powerful new abilities. Combining close-quarter combat and shooting with in-depth character customisation, Human Revolution lets players unlock stealth, social, combat and hacking skills and decide how to use them. Every choice in Human Revolution has a consequence, affecting not only the world itself but also the game’s eventual conclusion. Deus Ex - Human Revolution manages to capture the subtle role playing and combat of the original Deus Ex whilst ensuring the choices players make impact the world around them.

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