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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

The year is 2029, and mechanically augmented humans have now been deemed outcasts, living a life of complete and total segregation from the rest of society. Now an experienced covert operative, Adam Jensen is forced to operate in a world that has grown to despise his kind. Armed with a new arsenal of state-of-the-art weapons and augmentations, he must choose the right approach, along with who to trust, in order to unravel a vast worldwide conspiracy. Buy Deus Ex: Mankind Divided now and receive the following bonus content FREE: “Desperate Measures” extra in-game mission Covert Agent Pack (Intruder Gear, Enforcer Gear and Classic Gear + 1 Praxis Kit + 1000 Credits)
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

After playing Cyberpunk...maybe we were too harsh on this game

Review from Steam

There's just something really satisfying about breaking into someone's apartment, hacking their computer and reading their personal emails.

Review from Steam

RIP deus ex again, alot of the crew that worked on this game have left the company, and the studio is too busy with working on other series than on deus ex.
Honestly it's better than HR, devs learned a few things from that game to this one, like how your actions should matter towards the end, i got the worst ending possible, and have yet to find the knuckles & knuckles easter egg.
Adam's voice acting is an upgrade in this game, his voice doesn't seem to have that really forced gruff that puts me off on HR. Gameplay is fine, i remember it feeling harder than HR, but alot of what was there before is still present here, just more janky due to a new engine and not having that same feeling.
And i also have yet to play the 2 story DLCs for the game.
And word of advice get a decent rig to run this, it doesn't run all that well on a 1660 or equivalent, but on a 2060, boi it runs like a dream.
I also clearly didn't write this up because Hbomberguy did a video on HR recently and made me remember this exists

Review from Steam

After playing Cyberpunk...maybe we were too harsh on this game

Review from Steam

Overhated, underrated and overly judged is how i would describe this game.
it's not flawless by any means, but under all it's flaws is a solid and memorable game.
Do yourself a favor and try this thing out

Review from Steam

The dumpster fire that initially surrounded this game had nothing to do with the quality of it. Same great Deus Ex, perhaps with a flavor of Dishonored thanks to the main location. It's all good. DXMD takes the series in some new directions and you've gotta hand it to DX sequels for continuing to change it up. Even the original developer failed hard with DX2 but not these guys.
The situation then is so ironic that it's actually pretty good, and terribly fitting - the result of cynical corporate meddling. From the appalling preorder pyramid scheme to campaign content stripped to be sold as DLC as well as the microtransactions-riddled companion game Breach. To top it off, the story arch was cut up to be sold over several standalone games. Meaning, this one ends
on a cliffhanger after what feels like the first act.
When all of that backfired they proceeded to give the big middle finger to everyone that cares about the franchise by putting it on hold indefinitely. It's all very in-universe of them, really. Also seems like the Valve curse all over again, unable to reach no 3.
The developer's fate? Sent to the mines to make Marvel games.
Might be best to hand Deus Ex to a fresh team again for the next entry. The Jensen story was all about mechanical augmentations anyway, and I'd like the next one to get back to nano-tech or the next step.
The controversy is long gone. These are great, awesome even, games so it would be nice if they continue to sell year after year until men in suits gather around a table in a dimly lit room for another meeting.

Review from Steam

Cyberpunk 2077 Big and well grow brother. That is it.