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Deus Ex's Spectacularness
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Posted 2002-01-16, 05:11 PM
Wow, I was reading an article this morning about old games that are worth buying if you have a low-end PC. It mentioned System Shock 2, and how Deus Ex got some good ideas from it and it got me thinking about just how god damned good Deus Ex was/is. It still ranks up there among the list of all time favorites, and I eagerly await the release of DX2. I've recently gotten the urge to play through it again for the 5th time, an urge that comes back to me every 3-6 months.
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Posted 2002-01-23, 03:19 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
So, which path do you usually take?

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Posted 2003-05-19, 07:10 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
what are those destinations wet?
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Posted 2003-05-20, 09:14 AM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
Heaven and hell, of course.

Is it really neccessary to dig up a thread older than yourself?
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Posted 2003-05-20, 09:54 AM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
perhaps
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Posted 2003-05-25, 09:58 AM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
Let me correct randuin, he meant to say no and he's sorry

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Posted 2003-05-25, 12:28 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
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Let me correct randuin, he meant to say no and he's sorry
Rofl


But I cant find this damn game anywhere.............

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Posted 2003-05-25, 01:00 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
you could just stop trying to pirate it and buy it for like $5.
So this baby seal walks into a club.
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Posted 2003-05-25, 01:24 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
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Posted 2003-05-25, 01:31 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
ask_rabber said:
you could just stop trying to pirate it and buy it for like $5.
I can't find it in a store*


Ass.

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Posted 2003-05-25, 01:53 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
Do you have to pay to play online?
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Posted 2003-05-27, 09:59 AM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
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ask_rabber said:
you could just stop trying to pirate it and buy it for like $5.
I can't find it in a store*


Ass.
Have you tried EB games? There's always at least one in the preowneds at the ones that I've gone to. Heck, the one I go to most often has an unopened game of the year edition. I really can't see how it could be hard to find DX unless you're looking at someplace like Best Buy that doesn't carry games older than a year.
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Posted 2003-05-27, 09:52 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
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Do you have to pay to play online?
Nope, but the game was really designed with SP in mind.
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Posted 2003-06-07, 02:08 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
What storm said. In the original version, you didn't even have the Multiplayer function until you patched it. The single player game is so good though that it wasn't even a needed download.

Anyways, now I have to play this game again.
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Posted 2003-06-07, 02:34 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
HOW DID I MISS THIS THREAD?!



Unfortunately, Deus Ex only has one real route, I went with "shoot Anna" and first with Helios, because, well, I was damn curious.
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Posted 2003-06-07, 02:44 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
#1. What kind of game is this?
#2. How old is it?
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Posted 2003-06-07, 07:43 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
1. First Person Shooter w/ RPG Elements

2. Released in 1999
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Posted 2003-06-07, 08:24 PM in reply to cytheR's post "Deus Ex's Spectacularness"
Thanks.
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