Deus Ex: Invisible War Review

The Adrenaline Vault has tossed up a review of Deus Ex: Invisible War, giving the first person RPG an overall score of 3.5/5. Check it out:

It pains me to give Invisible War less than four stars, but there are enough nagging problems (combined with the fact that the gameplay is on the short side) that I couldn’t rate it any higher. I prefer to think of Invisible War as a flawed diamond rather than a better-than-average lump of coal, as the sheer depth of its storyline and superb graphical quality make up for a multitude of shortcomings. Any game that quotes De Toqueville and Plato while allowing you to toss the corpses of your enemies into the rafters just to see if you can get them there is a refreshing rarity. Interface problems and dim AI might prevent Invisible War from being remembered as the most polished action-RPG of the year, but I doubt any title will make you think as much anytime soon.

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