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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided PC £29.99 @ GreenManGaming

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You need to create an account on GreenManGaming and sign in to get the 25% off. The year is 2029, and mechanically augmented humans have now been deemed outcasts, living a life of complete and tota… Read More
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The year is 2029, and mechanically augmented humans have now been deemed outcasts, living a life of complete and total segregation from the rest of society.

Now an experienced covert operative, Adam Jensen is forced to operate in a world that has grown to despise his kind. Armed with a new arsenal of state-of-the-art weapons and augmentations, he must choose the right approach, along with who to trust, in order to unravel a vast worldwide conspiracy.
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#1
I thought this was a good price, but after reading the reviews on Steam, i think i can wait till it's around £15. I can understand bugs & crashes on the first day, hopefully that will get sorted out soonish. But the 1 use only dlc's seems a sh1tty way to treat customers.
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epic mushroom
I thought this was a good price, but after reading the reviews on Steam, i think i can wait till it's around £15. I can understand bugs & crashes on the first day, hopefully that will get sorted out soonish. But the 1 use only dlc's seems a sh1tty way to treat customers.

I am not buying. Not if it's price falls like the last one.
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I guess I should get around to playing Human Revolution at some point.
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copperspock
I guess I should get around to playing Human Revolution at some point.

I highly recommend you do, Human Revolution was an amazing game! Only issue was the boss fights, but they fixed them in the Director's Cut. Even the regular edition is worth blasting through them just to see the story itself!
#5
copperspock
I guess I should get around to playing Human Revolution at some point.

I saw twice as many people on my friends list playing Human Revolution than Mankind Divided yesterday, so I guess others are thinking the same.

Apparently Mankind Divided has a 12 minute recap at the start of the game anyway.
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CookieMunzta
copperspock
I guess I should get around to playing Human Revolution at some point.
I saw twice as many people on my friends list playing Human Revolution than Mankind Divided yesterday, so I guess others are thinking the same.
Apparently Mankind Divided has a 12 minute recap at the start of the game anyway.
it does, so if you haven't played human revolution you won't be lost with the story but i do recommend playing it
#7
epic mushroom
I thought this was a good price, but after reading the reviews on Steam, i think i can wait till it's around £15. I can understand bugs & crashes on the first day, hopefully that will get sorted out soonish. But the 1 use only dlc's seems a sh1tty way to treat customers.
That's true, but I think an awful lots of those are to do with performance 'problems'. I remember when the original Far Cry was released and there wasn't a card even on the horizon that would allow you to max it, but nobody complained that it was a broken mess! Maybe expectations are too high nowadays? I don't know.

And I understand that there are microtransactions in the single player as well?

Edited By: nomisco on Aug 24, 2016 18:09
#8
Those steam reviews are just plain silly. Some are just whinging after 10 minutes of playing it, or not as the case may be. Yes there is some optimisation required but the game works fine for lots of people.

On a more positive note, I played Human Revolution ages ago but never finished it. I restarted last week in preparation for the new one. Yes the graphics are showing their age a bit but the atmosphere is great - the musical score is perfect for the game setting/style.

Edited By: bisoner on Aug 25, 2016 08:03

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