Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has an answer to one Human Revolution criticism up its sleeve

Deus-Ex-NYCCThe original Deus Ex holds a place of honor among games. Back in 2000, it was an early example of the narrative shooter genre, something was more concerned with storytelling and character development than with action. There was still plenty of action to be had in Deus Ex, for players who chose to build their character around combat, but the design allowed them to use stealth, hacking, or diplomacy to resolve situations too. The 2011 prequel Deus Ex: Human Revolution used these core principles, but it also introduced players to a new protagonist, Adam Jensen. That star returns in 2016 with Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. Continue reading at Venturebeat.com.

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