small price for a Dlc that actually has as much length as almost most games out there. it really adds to the main game
that statement is basically all you need to know deus ex HR lovers. thisdlc does not feel disjointed and it adds up to the main game. the sad part is that it does not automatically load while you paly the main game. you ll get the part where it says , several days later where you must quit to the main screen and load it manually, after you finish it you must continue your main game.
Now about the gameplay,
it is GREAT, lots of tension, upgraded visuals i think, GREAT EFFING OST again like the main game, lots of action, lots of mystery and if you are carefull enough about some things you ll see why this ited to main game. no boss this time (i would like one to be honest).
this dlc is actually very thoughtfully crafted. Every aug will get you somewhere else, every aug will give you another solution to advance.
Every augmantation comes in handy. i invested in hacking.
Had i invested in other seamingly less usefull augs the result would be the same but with different advancement.
this dlc seems to favor stealth , since well you want actually to escape the situation but if you favor combat you will also have a great time since it is harder than the main game (which sometimes felt too easy if you favored the combat approach). in this way the dlc is balanced. the combat approach is tensefull as it should be.
as far as story goes there is a lot of mystery and conspiracy. it FEELS GREAT. i do not want to spoil anything.
If you loved the main game more than the average crap out there that lasts 10 or less hours as i do PLAY this dlc. it last me about 10 hours, i do not rush in games as game revewers do.
buy and support Eidos montreal. what they have pulled with Deus ex HR and missing link Dlc only happens once in a couple of years in gaming.