PLATFORMS:   MAC, PC, PlayStation®3 system, Wii U, Xbox 360
RELEASE DATE:   Oct 22, 2013
RATING:   M for Mature
DEVELOPER:   Eidos-Montréal
GENRE:   Action, First-Person Shooter, Open World, Shooter, Tactical, Third-Person Shooter

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is back in a very big enhanced way. Harnessing the power of the Wii U GamePad, Microsoft’s SmartGlass, and the PlayStation Vita system making the touchscreen interface Adam Jensen’s primary neural hub enhancement an experience like never before.

What is the story? Fans of the past know already but let us recap for this review and people new to the series. Adam Jensen was cybernetically augmented against his own will after a vicious attack. In the search of answers and returning to work, Adam Jensen finds himself in a middle of a huge conspiracy that will determine the fate of humanity.


They’re several new features outside of the touch screen controls. To many to name in a Short And Simple Review but the below launch trailer has you covered.

The game is very friendly to people like myself who haven’t played the series providing strategy and tutorials that will help you hack and attack stealth your foes just like vets of the series. To put it simple, the gameplay is put together smoothly enough for newcomers to learn without being taunted not to continue the game. The A.I. is very smart. They will raise fear in you when they are alarmed.

The presentation is nice. Square Enix and Eidos-Montreal sets the mood right with incredible sounds and a soundtrack to die for. The world and the characters feel very alive. The levels are well designed. Eidos-Montreal gives players room to explore as they wish.

Short And Simple…

 A Revolutionary Good Experience

Play It! 7.2 


Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut is the must play way to experience Deus Ex: Human Revolution for the best price. This game is also a must play for any gamer who’s a fan of action, sci-fi, or stealth games.

Need more proof… You can check out gameplays from your boi, right here, in the upcoming weeks.

*This review does not contain an official ADG Short & Simple Video Review either due to time restraints in combination with the release date of the title, technical problems, or if the title wasn’t donated personally by the publisher. However, this video is linked and has several playthrough commentaries and/or trailer videos (*spoiler warning*  with videos) ADG does have the right to decide if or not a review should have an accompanying video review*

*This review does appear courtesy of Square Enix via a Playstation 3 Digital Copy*