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Anyone remember Deus Ex?





TheStig
What an amazing game. I still have it - unforunately, I use a Mac though, so I can't play it. But what a great game for its time. It was really long, big and interesting. Amazing Cool
Arseniy
I love that one!!!
I've played it just 2 months ago and finished it. That's just a perfect game for that years. Beautiful shooter.
I didn't play Deus Ex 2 but I need to say that first part was just fantastic. And it can work on my ancient computer! Razz
snowboardalliance
Arseniy wrote:
I love that one!!!
I've played it just 2 months ago and finished it. That's just a perfect game for that years. Beautiful shooter.
I didn't play Deus Ex 2 but I need to say that first part was just fantastic. And it can work on my ancient computer! Razz


I've played the sequel a few times and enjoyed it, too bad I never got very far because I haven't played it much.
Terracarnus
Deus Ex is unquestionably one of my favourite games of all time, because of the amount of freedom within it. By that I don't mean the sandbox style of gameplay that games such as GTA have, but how within the story you have so many options to change things. One of the most memorable occasions for me was when starting the game again I accidentally killed a UNATCO soldier (the one who comes to collect the NSF commander at the Statue of Liberty), mistaking him for an enemy. When being debriefed by Manderley, he mentioned that they found a dead soldier and didn't know how he died! The fact that the game can change to all of your major and seemingly inconsequential actions was amazing, and the fact that you had that freedom to do what you want, and still get different reactions depending upon what you did is amazing and allowed the player to be totally immersed in the plot. I still haven't found a game like it. If "art" really can be applied to videogames (which I believe it can), then this is the gaming equivalent of the Mona Lisa or Sistine Chapel - bit old now and is suffering from signs of age, but is a true masterpiece nevertheless and is the closest gaming can get to perfection.
AftershockVibe
Deus Ex was amazing. If you'd like to get it running on your Mac though you might want to look at something like VMWare which allows you to run a virtual machine (in this case windows) inside your Mac OS desktop.

Performance will suffer but given Deus Ex is quite dated now your Mac should be able to handle it.
Fake
TheStig wrote:
What an amazing game. I still have it - unforunately, I use a Mac though, so I can't play it. But what a great game for its time. It was really long, big and interesting. Amazing Cool


Install vmware and enjoy Very Happy
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