Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a an amazing example of an RPG with a world so vast and complex that you can literally lose yourself in it. The amount of detail presented is endless: e-books, strangers talking in passing, newspapers... If you look for it, you will find more than you would have thought.
The choices you have in crafting a style of play are diverse and unique. Go guns blazing and wall shattering or be a super stealthy sleuth. Leave a litter of bodies or foil all the best attempts to catch you by slipping off into a darkened hallway. You could easily play this game through 3 or 4 times with a different strategy each time.
When all the plots have been hatched and your one-man-augmented-machine has reached it's goal, you will be satisfied that you chose this game.
The game it self was great, wonderful graphics and the story was very well told. i also liked the augmentation's . my only problem is im not the kinda of guy to go sneak around, i prefer to go guns blazing. SO the inability of the game to go from deadly assassin to blood crazed killer is kinda of a let down