Deus Ex: Invisible War Review

VideoGameCity has posted a review of Deus Ex: Invisible War, giving the Xbox RPG an overall score of 9/10. A snippet, as usual:

While the game is short (beaten in about 12 hours), it has none of the tedious parts like in Deus Ex. There were four or five locations I found in the original that really had no relevance to the game, and if cut out would not have affected the story at all. Not so with DX:IW, you never feel that where you are is insignificant to the plot. The only real con to the game is the bizarre ammo system, in which the ammo clips you pick up are used for any weapon you have so the ammo for your handgun can be used for your flamethrower. Bizarre, but it really doesn’t get in the way. Also, the load times can be somewhat long (about as long as in KOTOR) but again, it’s all worth it.

This game belongs in every Xbox owner’s library. Even if you haven’t played the previous game, you should still head out and grab this game. This is one of the best games on the Xbox since Halo and Splinter Cell.

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