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Deux Ex: Invisible War – Consumer Guide

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According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Parents may find Invisible War to be a little too intense for young children (and they are unlikely to be able to understand the story), but it's not gratuitously violent or profane.

Adult gamers looking for a game that earns its "Mature" rating with substance rather than gore will definitely enjoy the game.

Xbox owners have another great action RPG, and in some respects fans of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic will find a good deal of similarities with regard to moral choices and character development. PC owners need a high end rig to run this game, and I don't mean that lightly. Even people with top of the line graphics cards have had some trouble running the game.

Fans of the original may or may not like the changes. They are significant, but the focus of the game is intact and better than before.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers get subtitles, but I felt that a great deal of in-game audio was integral to the experience. It will be playable for sure, but some of the nuances will be lost.

Category Tags
Platform(s): PC   Xbox  
Developer(s): Ion Storm  
Key Creator(s): Warren Spector  
Publisher: Eidos  
Series: Deus Ex  
Genre(s): Adventure/Explore  
ESRB Rating: Mature (17+)  
Articles: Consumer Game Guides  

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