Deus Ex Collection (All games + DLC) - £17.10 - Steam
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Deus Ex Collection (All games + DLC) - £17.10 - Steam

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Found 25th Oct
Following on from BuzzDuraband's highlight of DE: Mankind Divided deal I saw this which I think is a pretty good offer as it includes pretty much everything I know of that is currently available from the DE universe... On Steam at least and all the DLC.

So you're getting:

Deus Ex: Game of the Year
Deus Ex: Invisible War
Deus Ex: The Fall
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Directors Cut
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Season Pass.

Which is not too shabby for under £20.

Please note that if you own any of this on Steam (I own the first two) then an additional discount is applied. Oh and they can also be bought individually at a discount e.g. DE: HR alone is £2.60

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Steam Blurb:

ABOUT THIS BUNDLE

The Deus Ex Collection includes nearly every Deus Ex title ever released for PC, including the Game of the Year Edition of the original masterpiece, the Director's Cut version of the applauded Deus Ex: Human Revolution, as well as the critically acclaimed Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, the latest entry in the franchise.

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Brought DE:MD digital deluxe down to £12.76 for me as I have all of the others. A saving of over £5 on the sale price of that title! Definitely hot.
Reviews show mixed but I get the impression this is due to the terrible DLC costings.

If you're not sure I'd suggest trying Human Revolution first for a bargain £2.60 (the early games are showing their age)
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Edited by: "Musicrab" 25th Oct

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Musicrab6 m ago

If you're not sure I'd suggest trying Human Revolution first for a bargain …If you're not sure I'd suggest trying Human Revolution first for a bargain £2.60 (the early games are showing their age)http://store.steampowered.com/app/238010/Deus_Ex_Human_Revolution__Directors_Cut/

Agree about the first two showing their age, the first is still a classic and definitely worth playing still imho. HR for £2.60 is already highlighted in the OP too

Can recommend Mankind Divided but the first two games probably aren't worth it because of how old they are.

Loved HR to death, it for me is the perfect DE game, this one is fine but story wise it is nothing compared to the HR story, and of course the terrible idea of one time consumable items in a single players game, meaning if you play through the game more than once then some DLC and items will be gone for good as they could only be used once....in a single player game.....i know right.

I do recommend you looking into an HD mod for at least Invisible wars. Not sure about The 1st one.

XP20023 m ago

Loved HR to death, it for me is the perfect DE game, this one is fine but …Loved HR to death, it for me is the perfect DE game, this one is fine but story wise it is nothing compared to the HR story, and of course the terrible idea of one time consumable items in a single players game, meaning if you play through the game more than once then some DLC and items will be gone for good as they could only be used once....in a single player game.....i know right.


But you don't have to purchase any praxis points. If you don't purchase anything, it's the same gameplay progression as in HR, if I remember correctly.

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dannykerner199023 m ago

I do recommend you looking into an HD mod for at least Invisible wars. Not …I do recommend you looking into an HD mod for at least Invisible wars. Not sure about The 1st one.

I'd be quite interested in trying this one for the original DE.

Hadn't even contemplated looking in to something like that for this game for some reason. Cheers @dannykerner1990

momouk784 h, 28 m ago

But you don't have to purchase any praxis points. If you don't purchase …But you don't have to purchase any praxis points. If you don't purchase anything, it's the same gameplay progression as in HR, if I remember correctly.



You are missing the point, there is no place for mobile microtransactions in £50 single player games, that is my point, and the more people speak up about it the more it might force these greedy game devs into not doing it, and we know this happens because just look at the recent lootbox nonsense in £50 games and the few devs who have rushed to alter their impacts on the game and gamers after people let them know they were not happy, so voicing your disgust for this practice does work, but just accepting it does not, and it cost nothing to do either one, but at least one can have a positive impact for the customer.
Edited by: "XP200" 25th Oct

parasitemol12 h, 26 m ago

I'd be quite interested in trying this one for the original DE.Hadn't even …I'd be quite interested in trying this one for the original DE.Hadn't even contemplated looking in to something like that for this game for some reason. Cheers @dannykerner1990


I honestly wouldn't bother. The vanilla version is fine (maybe just install the hd textures).

If you're interested in mods you might want to check out 'The Nameless Mod' which is an entire game (though sod knows if I can work out what the hell the story is...something about goats?).

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jadamso8 h, 36 m ago

I honestly wouldn't bother. The vanilla version is fine (maybe just …I honestly wouldn't bother. The vanilla version is fine (maybe just install the hd textures).If you're interested in mods you might want to check out 'The Nameless Mod' which is an entire game (though sod knows if I can work out what the hell the story is...something about goats?).

I haven't played the first Deus Ex in well over ten years so I'm going to go all in with this mod first... But you're right, I'll probably end up falling back on a HD Texture pack... I was looking on YouTube yesterday and some of these "improvements" are questionable to say the least.

Goats... The Nameless Mod... Will def look in to this cheers!
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