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Post by Dan @ 03:17pm 27/05/11 | 1 Comments
We recently got our hands on a preview build of the hotly anticipated Deus Ex: Human Revolution and the chance to take the game for another spin, this time both extended and unsupervised.
Much of what appears in Human Revolution could be characterised as a new approach to traditional Deus Ex concepts. Much is overhauled but the underlining intricacies remain or are expanded. Conversations remain an integral part of the experience as you build relationships through conversation trees, and opinion of you is swayed by your actions. The hub itself is dynamic: throw a trash can at the wrong person and you could end up in a gunfight, but if you do and end up inadvertently killing somebody at the wrong time, the game adapts, conversations change and life goes on.
Read on for some more of our early thoughts on how this new offering lives up to its namesake so far.

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Steve Farrelly
Posted 10:47am 28/5/11
Nice work on this preview butters, it makes me more excited for a game I was actually getting less excited about
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