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Deus Ex: Invisible War [Download]

Deus Ex: Invisible War [Download]

Deus Ex: Invisible War [Download]

Approximately 20 years after the events depicted in Deus Ex, The World is only beginning to recover from a Catastrophic worldwide depression. In the Chaotic period of recovery, several religious and political factions see an opportunity to re-shape a worldwide government to their agendas, understanding that the right moves now could determine the shape of human society for decades — even centuries — to come. Key Features:
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One Response to “Deus Ex: Invisible War [Download]”

  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    Fun title with some philosophical musings, but not as good as the first., December 26, 2012
    Jonathan Ditmer (Maryland, USA) –

    This review is from: Deus Ex: Invisible War [Download] (Software Download)

    Deus Ex: Invisible War, while being a fun game and having an original plot, falls a bit short of the mark when compared to the original. If you enjoyed the first, though, this is a must have if you want to see how the story continues.

    STORY (8/10): This game takes place 20 years after the events of the original Deus Ex, in a confused world that’s governed by a few different factions. You take on the role of Alex Denton, a new recruit at a sciencey/military academy. Right off the bat the training facility is attacked by some religious zealots, and you’re given the choice of fighting them off or assisting them in their crusade. The story develops at a very uneven pace in this game; for at least the first half you’ll be completely in the dark as to the true intentions of the various factions, and then you hit that end mark and basically the entire plot reveals itself. Unlike the original, it’s a lot more straightforward with less plot twists. Also, almost all the characters from the original make an appearance in some way or another, though they seem rather shoehorned in… their roles are logical but it seems more like a fanservice than anything else.

    Throughout the course of the game you’ll travel to new locations, but, again at about the halfway mark, you start to visit the same ones, and it becomes slightly monotonous.

    GAMEPLAY (7/10): The gameplay is nothing exceptional, especially compared to the first one. The RPG elements have mostly been removed, and the game has become more linear. You can still sneak around enemies in many cases, but it’s not as satisfying as the first one. All the weapons use the same base ammunition, which was an odd (or extremely lazy) design choice. Since you do have some amount of freedom in how you complete your objectives, I do have to give this game some more credit than most other FPS games. You can also still buy or find upgrades to customize your weaponry. Aaaand… well, there’s not much to really comment on this, as, like I said, it’s not too original or creative. The default control scheme is kind of a nuisance, though it’s easy enough to change that.

    VISUALS (7/10): The graphics of course have improved since the original game’s, but I don’t think they fairly correspond to the system requirements (it seems to require more buck but gives you less bang). This game did introduce ragdoll physics, which look pretty cool, but compared to other physics of the time (HL2, Far Cry, etc.), they aren’t really anything to cry home about. Character models look average, and weapon models – even less so.

    SOUND (7/10): Weapons don’t quite sound like weapons, and other sounds don’t seem natural (more studio-recorded). The voice acting is top notch. And if you’re looking for an award-winning soundtrack like in the first one, you’re going to be disappointed… it’s not terrible, but it’s not as emotion-inducing as the first’s.

    GLITCHES: I didn’t notice many. There was the occasional lock-up and crash-to-desktop, and if you’re not saving often on your own it might trip you up, but besides that there was nothing gamebreaking.

    Overall, although I give it an average review, I do recommend it to people who played the first and never picked this one up, and to anyone who’s looking for a safe departure from the realm of “normal” shooters.

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