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Civilization is near collapse. The world economy is in chaos. Deadly viruses have ravaged the earth's population. Terrorism runs rampant. From this maelstrom of violence and suffering an ancient conspiracy bent on world domination emerges from the shadows of legend. The conspirators' greatest strength? No one believes they exist. No one but you.
Deus Ex is a first-person 3D action adventure game that immerses the player in an intricate web of betrayal and intrigue. As J.C. Denton, a rookie antiterrorist agent, travel the globe building a network of allies, and create an alter identity to aid you in your search for the truth. Incorporating the best elements of role-playing, action, adventure, and first-person shooter genres, Deus Ex hosts a chaotic story world of conspiracies, cliffhangers, and plot twists fueling a paranoia that will keep you guessing every step of the way.
- The PlayStation 2 release has been enhanced with improved character graphics, a streamlined interface, and new dynamic weather and lighting effects engineered to heighten the tension of suspicion and darken the atmosphere of conspiracy.
- Controls have been modified to optimize gameplay control for the PlayStation 2 configuration, including auto aiming.
- The game incorporates the best elements of role-playing, action, adventure, and first-person shooter genres into a chaotic blend of real world conspiracies, cliffhangers, and plot twists.
- Invent a compelling alter ego. Employ nanotech augmentations and determine which weapons and objects you need to survive. Will you be the charismatic master manipulator, the shrewd and stealthy tactician, or the deadly avenging angel?
- Explore a richly simulated world of unparalleled interactivity, engineered to react logically to your every action. The decisions and consequences are yours.
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- Posted May 15, 2013 6:33 am PT
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- Posted May 16, 2013 12:44 pm PT