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Aeterna85 posted on Aug 26, 2016 5:32:10 PM - Report post
So, I beat the game today, after two days of playing. Yes, I cheated, but I cheated in Human Revolution as well and that took me more than two days to beat. I love the game, don't get me wrong, but it felt like it needed more. More locations to visit for instance, Prague was interesting but one thing I liked about Deus Ex was exploring the different cities. For example, the first game had New York, Paris, and Hong Kong I believe, as well as various other locations that were mission specific.
This game lets you explore all of Prague, but one city rampant with racism didn't feel like as much love and care as past games. Even the last game let us explore Detroit and Hengsha somewhat. Hengsha was -gorgeous-.
Boilrig posted on Aug 26, 2016 10:59:22 PM - Report post
One of the reviews that came out said it was basically an imcomplete game and they expected more from it, and fear, that the rest will more or less be DLC through Jensen's Stories. The previous title I believe was much better than this one.
Aeterna85 posted on Aug 26, 2016 11:33:35 PM - Report post
Well, I think it's a great and solid game, but it really should have been more. It felt like it should have been longer.
ZZGashi posted on Aug 27, 2016 3:01:38 PM - Report post
I wonder if the intention is that the multiplayer component of the game is supposed to make up for how short the game is, along DLCs.
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Siloxis posted on Aug 28, 2016 6:52:50 PM - Report post
The Game is quite fine, but as the Thread Starter says its a bit short. I didn't cheat at all, but played on lowest difficulty.
Hopefully the game expands with the DLC's...
Aeterna85 posted on Aug 28, 2016 8:36:22 PM - Report post
The season pass says it'll contain 'narrative dlc', my guess is maybe more Jensen stories which tie up more of the stories that were left hanging at the end.
bitpork posted on Aug 29, 2016 4:44:51 PM - Report post
DLC... come on, for a game costs 60€-s (ok in steam 50) why the bloody hell we should pay for to get at least the feeling that it is complete and whole?
I am a big fan of Deus Ex franchise - I bought the first 3 - but more times i reading review about DeMD, I feel that i lost nothing not buying on 0 day. I will just wait for some serious discount or some Denuvo nulifier because I refuse to pay that much € for something that is not even ready yet.
I have passed 38. I lived through in the heroic age of PC and PC gaming- I remember playing weeks and months with games like EOB, BGS or ESS. But even a zero minded DooM sticked me front of the computer. Nowdays? A game is shiny, bright -like on my hanky- has a immersive starting campaign but when I sacrifice 50gb+ storage on my computer I getting only an alfa stage after-tea party like boredom.
Sapphire posted on Aug 29, 2016 6:23:37 PM - Report post
Took me about 18(minus 1-2 hours to set graphics) hours to complete the game, was rather fun I did all side quests I encountered but plenty I didn't get around to doing, the game was not too short but a bit I suppose it was, my only dislike was the cliffhanger ending movies and tv shows do cliffhangers but not video games that just ain't cool