Mobile game being treated as the next true 'Deus Ex' installment.
When 'Deus Ex: The Fall' rumors began to spread, fans of the series and of the recent 'Deus Ex: Human Revolution' were excited. Then Square Enix revealed that while mimicking 'Human Revolution,' 'Deus Ex: The Fall' was destined for the iPad, a revelation that immediately dissipated a lot of the interest in the title.
Then, with 'Deus Ex; The Fall' being showcased at E3 in playable form, a new excitement began to build for the game. A combination of elements lifted from 'Human Revolution' and an approximation of the gameplay and controls of that game has made 'Deus Ex: The Fall' one of the more anticipated games in the next few months. This week, players can find out for themselves if there is anything worthwhile to the game.
'Deus Ex: The Fall' is releasing this Thursday at a price of $7. The game is compatible with iPad 2 and above, iPhone 4S and above, and iPod Touch 5 and above.
Author: Brian Hoss