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Deus Ex 2 Review

Discussion in 'News & Articles' started by QAPete, Dec 12, 2003.

  1. QAPete

    QAPete Chief Muckety Muck

    Aug 17, 1999
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    Gamers With Jobs (hey, that's me!) published their impressions of Eidos' Deus Ex 2: Invisible War for PC:

    No discussion of the Deus Ex games would be complete without mentioning the multiple paths, missions, and tracts. There are several factions that want you to serve them and will give you conflicting objectives. For instance, early o­n o­ne side will ask you to steal something from somebody, while another will ask you to kill the man outright. Your choices will affect how that faction will interact with you as the game goes by, so if you piss o­ne off early, their soldiers will be very aggressive in dealing with you later. o­n a more direct level, like in the first game, there are multiple methods of accomplishing each mission. While going in guns a blazing is certainly an option, there are other methods, such as stealthy sniping. Or, you could forget about killing and do some old fashion bribing and quick talking. It’s up to you.

    Read on, McDuff...

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