Deus Ex: Mankind Divided PC Pre-Order (Steam) £25.94 from GamesDeal
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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided PC Pre-Order (Steam) £25.94 from GamesDeal

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Found 19th Aug 2016Made hot 19th Aug 2016
The prices for this seem to be rising quickly now that its less than 1 week away from launch and (probably because) No Man's Sky turned out to be pish.

Use code GC5off to get this price.

Code will be delivered on or before next Tuesday.

About This Game

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.

EXTRA DIGITAL CONTENT:

All content will be automatically downloaded to your hard drive upon installing the game.
The extra in-game mission “Desperate Measures” and the Covert Agent Pack will be immediately accessible upon booting the game.
Your Digital OST Sampler, Novella, Art Book and Comic Book can be found by clicking on “Extras” in the game launcher.
INFORMATION:
Genre: Action, RPG
Languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian
Developer: Eidos Montreal
Publisher: Square Enix
Release Date: 2016-08-23
Metacritic: Deus Ex:Mankind Divided

29 Comments

This will be good for AMD GPU's. DX12 update to be released first week of August.

I'm gonna grab the PS4 version.

This title also works with Tobii EyeX, gaming.tobii.com/deu…-ex



Edited by: "epiphany1273" 19th Aug 2016

Original Poster

epiphany1273

Will be good for AMD GPU's. DX12 update to be released first week of … Will be good for AMD GPU's. DX12 update to be released first week of August.



You realise that's in the past, right?

Edge magazine has given this game a 9 out of 10, that is a fantastic endorsement, took a risk about 6 weeks and grabbed a key for around 21

Original Poster

Just Wondering

http://www.pcgamer.com/deus-ex-mankind-divided-review/



Yeah it's looking decent at this point. Eidos Montreal have a decent rep when it comes to PC ports as well.

metacritic.com/gam…=hp

Says invalid discount code when i tried using it.

I'm still on the fence, I've still got arather large backlog, so I'm not sure it's wise buying another game. :P

Original Poster

If the code is playing up then try using this product link.

gamesdeal.com/deu…eal

You might also need to make an account first and sign in like you need to with CDKeys.
Edited by: "Spark" 19th Aug 2016

Even using that link and making an account didn't allow me to use it. Either they've not activated it yet, or it was account specific I guess. :X

Original Poster

Zafir

Even using that link and making an account didn't allow me to use it. … Even using that link and making an account didn't allow me to use it. Either they've not activated it yet, or it was account specific I guess. :X



I really doubt it's account specific. The code was just in their normal weekly newsletter

Code not valid

Code not valid, adds some sort of checkout fee. After currency conversion came out at a shade under £30. Voting cold.

This was via direct product link in post #7
Edited by: "Murtin" 19th Aug 2016

No Man's Sky turned out to be pish.



...and yet here we are again, with people pre-ordering.

TehJumpingJawa

...and yet here we are again, with people pre-ordering.



This is more of a known quantity though - it's a sequel to a successful game, it's a relatively conventional game and there's been plenty of great reviews for it so far. I didn't preorder No Man's Sky as it was the opposite of that and didn't regret it but I thought the original Human Revolution was superb, I've been looking forward to this one for a while and all signs are good so far.

John

Original Poster

TehJumpingJawa

...and yet here we are again, with people pre-ordering.




Reviews already exist for this and it has a meta score of 88.

Spark

Reviews already exist for this and it has a meta score of 88.



84.
...and you'd be a fool to trust metacritic.

TehJumpingJawa

84....and you'd be a fool to trust metacritic.



Why is that? Do they not give NMS a high enough score, Sean? When you have pre-launch review embargoes you need to expect a backlash, particularly when you, ironically, hyped your product to the moon and back

StolenDiagram

Why is that? Do they not give NMS a high enough score, Sean? When you … Why is that? Do they not give NMS a high enough score, Sean? When you have pre-launch review embargoes you need to expect a backlash, particularly when you, ironically, hyped your product to the moon and back



Wot?

Sean Murray, that's you isn't it?

Original Poster

TehJumpingJawa

84....and you'd be a fool to trust metacritic.



Why?

Metacritic in of itself has no opinion. It uses maths to calculate a mean average review score based on the scores given to that game by trusted review outlets.

I would actually go so far as to say that it is the only review score that you can trust.
Edited by: "Spark" 20th Aug 2016

StolenDiagram

Sean Murray, that's you isn't it?



Wot?!
I have absolutely no idea what I've said to make you think he and I have a shared opinion on any topic.

Spark

I would actually go so far as to say that it is the only review score … I would actually go so far as to say that it is the only review score that you can trust.



Critics inflate their scores to the point of meaninglessness; you'd do far better to actually read the reviews, and wait for a more realistic user score.

Commonly repeated flaws include:
- short
- under developed characters
- unimaginative level design
- poor ending
- broken ai
- weak combat

Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 20th Aug 2016

spent this be expos or deleted because the code doesn't work?

StolenDiagram

Sean Murray, that's you isn't it?

Spark

I would actually go so far as to say that it is the only review score … I would actually go so far as to say that it is the only review score that you can trust.



That's funny, Deus Ex games have always been the opposite of those. This game is no exception by the sound of it.

StolenDiagram

That's funny, Deus Ex games have always been the opposite of those. This … That's funny, Deus Ex games have always been the opposite of those. This game is no exception by the sound of it.



The listed flaws were all taken from actual reviews of Mankind Divided.
Even the most positive reviews highlighted its poor character development, broken AI, and shortness.

Do people really base their opinions, purchases & expectations on nothing more than an aggregated percentage score found on metacritic?

Original Poster

StolenDiagram

Sean Murray, that's you isn't it?

Spark

I would actually go so far as to say that it is the only review score … I would actually go so far as to say that it is the only review score that you can trust.



No I wouldn't. I think that user scores are created for (and mostly by) mindless idiots and I despise YouTubers.

GD4off still works, taking £1.09 off, which is the exact amount of the 4% payment fee. Makes it £27.31 which is the cheapest still, I believe.
Edited by: "CrimsonRidley" 21st Aug 2016

CrimsonRidley

GD4off still works, taking £1.09 off, which is the exact amount of the 4% … GD4off still works, taking £1.09 off, which is the exact amount of the 4% payment fee. Makes it £27.31 which is the cheapest still, I believe.


Cheers, If I don't find a better price before tomorrow I will be using that

This has gone back up... Anyone know where I can get this game for 25?

Original Poster

dan623

This has gone back up... Anyone know where I can get this game for 25?



You can't. You get games a bit cheaper when you pre-order because you take on an element of risk. You would probably need to wait for a little while now.
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