To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the original Deus Ex's release, Steam have dropped their prices for both Deus Ex and Deus Ex Invisible War down to £1.49, or you can pick them up together in the Deus Ex Collection pack for £2.98. This offer only lasts 24 hours, so you'll need to get on Steam and download the games today before the price returns to normal. Also, you'll be making a saving of almost £3.50 for Deus Ex, and almost £8.50 for Deus Ex Invisible War, which is a combined saving of almost £12.
- Click here to buy The Deus Ex Collection Pack from Steam for £2.98 [PC Downloads]
- Click here to buy Deus Ex GOTY edition from Steam for £1.49 [PC Downloads]
- Click here to buy Deus Ex Invisible War from Steam for £1.49 [PC Downloads]
Deus Ex is a masterful mix of first person action, multiple story threads, and vast character customisation. The story is full of twists and turns and it's incredibly easy to drop one course of action for a new one that appears out of the blue. The great thing about this game is that you choose how you play the game and that's thanks largely to the huge range of skills that you can alter as you see fit. Another plus is that the number of repeat play throughs is almost endless because you'll always get something new from the experience.
Deus Ex Invisible War is a true sequel because you'll quickly become lost as the story begins to link itself back to the original. As you travel around the world, you'll be asked to help out loads of rival factions and it's up to you to decide who you're going to side with. Your decisions won't necessarily become permanent alliances and if you choose to betray a faction you've agreed to do some work for you won't completely write them off, as it seems that they're all desperate for your help. The adjustable skill system is gone in this instalment, instead you'll get the option to improve your abilities using biomod canisters and purchasing extra parts for your weapons.
Both games are thoroughly enjoyable and still sit among some of the best titles that have ever been released, which you'll discover if you visit Steam and download them today.
Thanks to Cuddy @ HUKD