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Reviewed: Deus Ex: Invisible War
Producer: Lucasarts
Required System: Xbox, PC
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: January 4th, 2004
Page: 1

 

Deus Ex was one of those games that we all know and love, and is still a phenomenal game to go through and play today. Full of intrigue and spying, multiple factions, and a wonderful storyline, it offered players multiple paths to each objective and a customizable skill set (sort of) that made it possible to individually tailor a character to a player's own gaming style.

Then came the Playstation2 port. Ion Storm had to redesign the interface to be less complex, and that generated an idea to keep the simplistic interface for the next game as well. 

Plus, since the first game had three possible endings, which one was correct? Ion Storm worked out a beautiful way of dealing with that, extending the Deus Ex storyline in a plot twist definitely likable.

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Added:  Sunday, January 04, 2004
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
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