Deus Ex is widely considered to be a huge staple in the evolution and design of PC games during that time period. Back when Eidos didn't rely on a out-of-proportion raider of tombs to rake in the revenue, Eidos was the mastermind behind some pretty stellar PC titles back in the day. Deus Ex was...well damn good. It had an interesting story, great graphics for it's time (I still think they hold up today, personally), impressive voice acting, and true
immersion. I'm not talking about seeing the sweat on your character and dust flakes in the air. I'm talking about a world they didn't feel like it was built around you, a world that reacted to what you did as a character, from determining the fate of a sick man begging for the sweet release of death to being scolded for going into the womens' restroom. So I've decided to reinstall it.
Back up, motherfucker! I've got a sword!
So in essence, some old games still have life in them. Besides the shameless advertising of my new favorite server, some things just go to show you, in the case of "Deus Ex Augmentations vs. Call of Duty Perks" that games haven't advanced that far, yet still manage to entertain us today.
(Also, I would like help with creating a blog title. Anyone who has some ideas, it would be GREATLY appreciated.)
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