Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Day 1 Edition (Xbox One)
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- Supports HDR when played on the Xbox One X for better contrast, greater brightness levels, and a wider colour palette so on-screen images look more realistic, enhancing your immersion in-game
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
- The year is 2029 and crime and acts of terror serve as a thin veil to cover up an overarching conspiracy aimed at controlling the future of mankind
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Of the 1 reviewer who responded, 1 would recommend this product.
- A step down from Human Revolution, but still great- July 28, 2020
Not quite as good as the preceding game, but still highly entertaining and engaging. Ny biggest complaint is that the main campaign is a bit short, clocking in at 20-25 hours even if you explore everywhere and do side quests. The story also felt like it ending a tad abruptly.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Don't listen to Ben- November 23, 2017
He must get confused easily or somethng. Can play stealth or action. Every encounter has dozens of ways to go through it. No ones play through will be the same.
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- So close to something good- July 28, 2017
It has a good game engine and a decent story. You get going and like many other games you can look past the glitches and the messed up dynamics of the game. Then the game just ends. Story isn't resolved, their first update for their season pass is a pre-quill of all things. The start of the story isn't in question, the whole end of the game is basically telling you how much they didn't tell you. That's not the worst of it. Its an RPG of sorts. You have really cool powers you get to level up. Like the ability to slow time or turn invisible. I did every quest, every side quest, I went out of my way to take out every possible enemy that could give me exp and do everything that could increase my character. I saved up to 50k in money to buy cool weapons... there never was any (the vendor at your health sells power up points, shop there). I also only got to power up about a quarter of the skills. So I could turn invisible, had steady aim and could shoot electricity from my hands. That was about it. No way to get my character cool. Completely ripped off. You can however play the EXACT same story again on a harder difficulty to level him further. Still doesn't give you a proper ending though.
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