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Deus Ex: The Conspiracy - PlayStation 2

Deus Ex: The Conspiracy
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6 years, 11 months ago at Dec 4 23:54
A strange, cut up and modified version of the PC game. I'm not often in a position to comment on the differences between a console and PC version of a game, but I happen to have played both in this case. The PC game is, without doubt, my favourite of all time. This version adds lots of strange little rooms to cope with the excess loading times (which are all too frequent).

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Description: Sometime during the 2050s, the world is a dangerous place as terrorists, drug czars, and outlaw states rule, using violence and subterfuge as tools in their push for global conquest. A deadly virus dubbed "gray death" is running rampant throughout the world and the only known cure is a chemical known as "Ambrosia" ... (more)
Manufacturer: Eidos Interactive
Release date: 6 June 2002
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 5032921016346
Skills (2), Skill Points (2), RPG (2), Immersive (2), Thriller (2), Espionage (2), Fps (2), NPC (2), Dystopian (2), Futuristic (2), Bots (2), Hacking (2), Lockpicking (2), New York (1), Hilarity (1), Max Chen (1), La Guardia (1), Pandemic (1), Ford Schick (1), Rpg Elements (1)
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"Since I played this for about an hour, all I can say is that the gameplay is too stiff for me. If I bump into the PC version someday, I'll probably buy it, but for now, I'm not interested in Deus Ex."


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The Flagship posted a review 6 years, 11 months ago

“A strange, cut up and modified version of the PC game. I'm not often in a position to comment on the differences between a console and PC version of a game, but I happen to have played both in this case. The PC game is, without doubt, my favourite of all time. This version adds lots of strange little rooms to cope with the excess loading times (which are all too frequent).

Thank God the PC game was produced before the console version, unlike modern day games whereby truly epic games are dumbed down for the console market before they even reach the shelves of PC gamers. Play the PC version, it's a lot more fluid.” read more