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I wanted orange! It gave me lemon-lime
Posted on Friday, April 20 2007 @ 04:17:37 Eastern

For those of you that don't get the reference, I recently bought a copy of Deus Ex: GOTY Edition. In my personal opinion, Deus Ex is one of the legends of the gaming industry. Creating a perfect blend of FPS shooting action, RPG character customisation, space-limited inventory system ala Resident Evil 4, multiple routes towards every objective, and ingame choices affecting later events, the game is truly a masterpiece.

The funny thing is, I've played it before. I rented it once for PS2, and yet I was still shocked when I learnt it used the Unreal engine. I've had bad experiences with games made using licensed engines before (Pariah), but it's done tastefully well in Deus Ex. Expect a review sometime in the future.

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