First off, I've seen people compare this game to Splinter Cell Conviction, and Alpha Protocol.
It's nothing like the two, Alpha Protocol is a terrible wanna be RPG spy movie and Conviction is far from what Splinter Cell use to be.
Now, the gameplay is great, takes skill to get a headshot off with a sniper rifle, pistols, machine guns and such take the tired and true short round bursts to kill people. And for those who actually play through the game, you'll find there are four different ways to end the game.
Graphics are decent, not Crysis 2 graphics. But they get the job done when you take the time to look at all the small details they put into each level.
Story is a good coproate espionage. Don't know where people are getting the Medal Gear. But then again people can't make a review and put it up to another game.
An amazing game on it's own, and that's what it is. A game in it's own catagory.
This game is a fresh take on the fps/rpg genre that actually brings something new(to some extent.) For, starters this game is long with a 20+hour single player campaign that takes u around a futuristic world that's fully interact-able. The story is really where this title's strong point is, you have the ability to impact your surroundings with every decision.From helping local businessmen, to uncovering a massive worldwide conspiracy you see your actions affecting the world in ways only seen in games like(Mass effect,dragon age,etc.) However, there are a few issues that might discourage some gamers from playing, most of note is the hacking mini-game. For a fps it is a absurd amount of hacking required to advanced in some parts of the game,this almost every time brings you out of the futuristic (bad$$$) persona into a worn out computer geek. Aside from the hacking my only other problem with Deus EX is being set in the future where humans can augment their bodies, the weapons are still pretty modern form hand guns to rocket launchers there is really no futuristic W.M.D that leave you staring at the screen speechless. All in all Deus EX gets the job done if u don't mind petty mini-games and really long load times give this title a try might like it.