This game for gameplay for me was extremely frustarating. It seemed like every 30 seconds there were load times which were really annoying. I was expecting alot more from this game since the 1st one was really a new kind of forum for 1st person shooters. The graphics seemed kind of blotchy and to be honest outdated. I was hearing everyone talk about the shadows and how great the effects were, I did not see it. The storyline was pretty boring and did not keep me intrigued at all. I would recommend buying the game when it drops down in price to what the original Deus ex sells for about $9. I will say this about the game which I liked. There are so many different paths you can take which the replay value of the game is great. Ofcourse I finished the game about 4 months ago and have not really thought about trying the other venues of the game.
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