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- Oct 15, 2011
Join GameSpot's Randolph Ramsay and Dan Chiappini as they sneak, die, and reload from previous checkpoints in the first 20 minutes of Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link!
Hrmmm... fifteen bucks for something for something that probably should've been in the game in the first place? I'll pass thanks.
@analgrin - That's actually the art direction of the game. The game developers didn't want photo-realistic graphics. They wanted to achieve something visually unique instead.
Human revolution, I like the game alot but those damn graphics bug me, They look more and more dated by the day (pc)
Sweet, most definitely gonna buy this, why wouldn't you be excited about an add-on to such an awesome game.
@Shelledfade1 can you please explain why you think so. and I think its safe to say you are in the extreme minority with your opinion, but maybe if you enlighten us a little bit...
would be interesting to see implemented a camera attached to an object for example the player is outside the room where the armor is and the camera records the aproximation of the player to the place even though typing code or breaking the door to let the player knows the diference between spectator views and first person cam.
Will pick this game up eventually, but Im savin my money for all the big blockbusters coming out the next few months.
Why the complaining about DLC packs etc? Did they say give me your money or we're going to kill you? Deus Ex fans or not, it's a new market, they could have easily just said "ah sod it we're not making any DLC". This is a preview of the game not a debate on DLC. It's always good to keep interest in Deus Ex series that is without question one of the best ever created in gaming history.
@BladeStriker1234 - They're like dickheads bragging about getting laid... Except, they don't get laid. They're arguing over boxes & pieces of plastic; my box is better than yours! It's far more than childish, my friend. OT: Looking sweet. 2 days until release. Psyched! :D
only thing i found irritating about this game was no matter how much you upgraded and bettered yourself the charge would never give you more than 1 battery level without items
The one mechanic in games that I hate more than anything is the strip down. When they remove all of your tools, abilities, etc, and force you to rebuild. So lame
nice, but it would be nicer if this was integrated into the game as a Mass Effect2 DLC, not as a single mission.Boring.
I have this on PC but its funny you always see a war in the comments. If you, as a PC user, think that yours is the best version why do you feel the need to bash another system? So childish. Grow up :)
Its the best game of 2011. The campaign game play gets better and better as you adventure through its stunning world. I don't know about you guys but in my hardware i was able to play this game almost at max settings(the rest won't matter). It actually consumes mid resources to give its best output. But the game should have started from china town, that's an amazing stage.
We're getting a serious overload of footage from what is just a DLC. I've almost seen the whole DLC :p
Simply playing on the ps3 is instant failure. Why a video game journalist failed to hack a level one terminal is just deeply confusing.
I seriously think that 15 bucks is too much for a DLC for a single-player game. I played and beat it and loved it, but can't warrant that much for what is being said to be 3-8 hours of gameplay. I would rather buy a full new game from the PSN or XBox Live.