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Thoughts: Deus Ex – Mankind Divided


It’s a really good thing for Mankind Divided that Invisible War exists. Otherwise its claim to the title of “Worst Deus Ex game”1  would be completely undisputed, and I think that’d be kind of a shame given how much it tries to improve on Human Revolution.
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  1. The shitty phone one doesn’t count.
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Sunday Soundtracks

I’m starting a new job tomorrow and posts on here may be a little bit sketchy until I get my accommodation issues sorted out — there’s one in the hopper for tomorrow, but past that I’m either going to have no time to write, or more time to write than I know what to do with. To keep things thematically appropriate, though, have this track from a game about another man’s first day on his new job.

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It’s About The Future, Because That’s Where We’re Going.

After my pathetic begging last week I got asked several questions; thanks if you did so! I’ll be answering them at the rate of about one per week, so I should have them all done by the end of the month.

Adam Benton asks

I know this is a rather difficult question, and one you’ve probably answered before, but what game/tv/film depiction to you think is one of the most accurate glimpses of the future?

For example, on the one hand we have Mass Effect, which postulates some crazy advanced technology but seems to keep it within the laws of physics (as much as I know). On the other hand we have BSG, which has less crazy technology but does have dogfights in space ships which – as your most recent post suggested – is unlikely to happen.

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