Shame Ion Storm, shame! It has a terrible interface, when the original’s was robust. The performance is terrible and the minimum requirements are ridiculous. The game runs at around 20fps even on a powerful system. The game seems more like a poorly done port of a console shooter instead of a sequel to a groundbreaking PC game. Don’t buy the game until Eidos makes patches to fix the game’s many performance issues. The sound in the game seems to be well done, however. Deus Ex: Invisible War is a step back for computer gaming, don’t waste your money on it. Maybe you should just rent it for the Xbox.
Deus Ex was one of those titles that nobody really expected. Released in 2000 by Ion Storm, a developer whose reputation was in shambles after the massive public failure known as Daikatana, Deus Ex provided a style of ga... Read Full Review
Alright, let's try and get this over with as softly and smoothly as possible. Although I regret having to say it, when you compare Invisible War to the brilliant original of Deus Ex, the follow-up frankly falls painfully... Read Full Review