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Deus Ex: Invisible War Member Review for the Xbox

By:
Kai0o0
01/02/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
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GENRE Action 
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PUBLISHER Eidos 
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M Contains Blood, Violence

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All in all, this is really a good game. The original was one of the best games i've ever played. You could change your skills to cater to your strategic needs. This game has too many weapon mods that try and fail to capture the skill system in Deus Ex. And besides, it's just too short of a game! Although, it does give you a good range of choice. but i honestly think that there's really only one choice that many want to comply with. Violence. A few good points though... (because I know you think that i must hate Invisible War) it does have a somewhat interesting storyline, but the best part is how you can choose from like, 4 different sides, unlike in the original where you could only keep with the side that was with the main story. Also, it's so futuristic that you get ideas about objects and other things for the future, since most of it isn't cartoonish and usually very realistic.

 

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