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Specification for Deus Ex: Invisible War (PC)

Main Features
Game Types Role Playing
Game Types Role Playing

Features:
  • Action-packed first-person cyberpunk thriller with intense shooter and role-playing elements
  • Go anywhere, do anything--the game adapts to the player's play-style and strategy
  • Tools and biomods enable the player to see through walls, run faster than cars, leap 40 feet in the air, and more
  • A new benchmark for graphics, sound and physics
    Platforms:
    Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP
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    ★★★★★

    “Warren Spector is truly one of the most inspiring and...”

    Written on: 23/04/2004 by jabronibasher (22 reviews written)

    Warren Spector is truly one of the most inspiring and revolutionary people in the gaming industry. He wowed us with the incredible Deus Ex way back, combining traditional RPG elements with FPS gameplay. It was highly successful, and then everything went quiet until now
    Deus Ex 2: Invisible War is the highly anticipated sequel, and it doesn't disappoint. It's set in a future full of terrorists and religious factions each with their own agenda. Your dropped in the middle of it and you have to… Read Full Review

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    ★★★★☆

    “The original Deus Ex attracted hefty plaudits for its...”

    Written on: 18/04/2004 by John Candy RIP (4 reviews written)

    The original Deus Ex attracted hefty plaudits for its contribution to the gaming industry. Released on PC and PS2, it introduced a new and exciting genre to the mass market: the cerebral shooter. Combining a deep and involving storyline with fast paced action sequences, it sold well, and justifiably so. At its conclusion, the plot threads were left tantalisingly open for a sequel. Finally, said sequel has arrived, a console Xbox exclusive.

    Invisible War can be loosely termed as the Matrix in… Read Full Review

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    ★★★☆☆

    “I loved the first game. Deus Ex had perhaps the most...”

    Written on: 06/04/2004 by chairboy (2 reviews written)

    I loved the first game. Deus Ex had perhaps the most interesting plot and useable interface I have come across. The graphics were admittedly mediocre and animation was laughable, but that hardly mattered. The worlds were huge and well textured, with a good mixture of stealth and shootout as well as an interesting balance of current and future technology.

    So what went wrong? Well, to be fair, Invisible War has much improved animation, along with some stunning lighting and good use of the… Read Full Review

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    Rebel Farmer's Response to chairboy's Review

    Written on: 24/06/2005

    I used to have a GeForce 5200, it's mickey mouse, a naff card. I recently got a Radeon somthing-or-other and Deus Ex 2 and Tomb Raider 6 both run beautifully now, they were awful before. Deus 2 SHOULD be optimized for the 5200 but I promise you; most of your running speed problems lie with your graphics card.
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    ★★★★★

    “Ii played the first game, and it is my best game of...”

    Written on: 25/02/2004 by MONKMAN (6 reviews written)

    Ii played the first game, and it is my best game of all time, and this second one, Deus Ex: Invisible War comes dam near to it. It has more freedom then any other fps ever, its a strange hybrid between fps and rpg, it is superb.
    the biomods incorporated add a whole new level to the gameplay and seriously effect how you will play the game, shall I get the regeneration mod?? Or should I go for the vision enhancement which will allow me to see through walls??, Will I get the cloaking field, or the… Read Full Review

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    ★★★☆☆

    “Haven't played the original Deux Ex but I would...”

    Written on: 09/02/2004 by n2supersymmetry (2 reviews written)

    Haven't played the original Deux Ex but I would imagine the storyline in Invisible War to be a little more clear if I had played the original first.
    Confusing as hell is what the storyline is ... you are thrown into this huge global conspiracy with nothing but seemingly random people telling you to do stuff that's contradictory to each other.
    No matter what you do, different groups will always offer you assignments even if it is obvious you are against them. I myself wacked every Templar I see… Read Full Review

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    Monkman's Response to n2supersymmetry's Review

    Written on: 25/02/2004

    I disagree, strenuously.

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