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  • Deus Ex: Invisible War: Screen zum Action Titel.
  • Deus Ex: Invisible War: Screen zum Action Titel.
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  • Deus Ex: Invisible War: Screen zum Action Titel.
  • Deus Ex: Invisible War: Screen zum Action Titel.
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  • Release: 03.12.2003
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Über das Spiel

20 Jahre nach den Ereignissen von Deus Ex, erholt sich die Welt nur langsam von den Folgen der Weltwirtschaftskrise und den großen Kriegen. Die Neuordnung der Staaten verläuft chaotisch. Verschiedene religiös motivierte Gruppen nutzen in den USA das Chaos, um unbemerkt von der Öffentlichkeit einen Geheimbund zu schmieden, mit dem man in der Lage wäre, der Welt eine Diktatur aufzuzwingen.

In der Rolle von Alex Denton, einem nanotechnologisch veränderten Klon aus den Genen von JC Denton, soll der Spieler die geheimen Pläne aufdecken. Obwohl fünfzig Jahre in die Zukunft verlegt, in das Jahr 2052, entwickelt das Spiel seine spannende Story entlang aktueller Themen, wie der terroristischen Gewalt, geheimer politischer Verschwörungen, die militärische Nutzung der Nano-Biotechnologie und der staatlich geschürten Paranoia.

In Deus Ex: Invisible War entwickelt der Spieler ein facettenreiches Alter-Ego durch die Auswahl futuristischer Nanotechnologien, schlagkräftiger Waffen und Hunderten von benutzbaren Objekten. Ähnlich wie im revolutionären Vorgänger Deus Ex, erlauben die vielfältigen Kombinationsmöglichkeiten unglaubliche spielerische Freiheiten. Die Spieler sind aufgefordert, die linearen Pfade der Designer zu verlassen und einen individuellen Stil bei der Lösung von Problemen zu finden.

Systemanforderungen

  • CPU:Pentium IV, 1.3GHz (Oder vergleichbarer AMD Athlon XP) Prozessor
  • GFX: 100% DirectX 9 32MB 3D beschleunigte Videokarte mit Pixel Shader v1.1 Fähigkeit
  • RAM: 256MB
  • Software: Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/XP (Windows 95, ME und NT werden NICHT UNTERSTÜTZT)
  • HD: 2 GB
  • SFX: 100% DirectX 9 kompatible Sound Karte
  • LANG: Deutsch, Englisch
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***for the love of god install the Visible Upgrade: Unofficial Patch***
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QDgHO15Bb58

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[h1]Well that is one way to almost kill a beloved franchise[/h1]
This review is more about why I hate this game so much, so I'm just going to list the bad about it and why it is one of the worst videogames that I've ever played. This game is such a letdown and a downgrade from the original Deus Ex game, which was released 3 years prior to this game:

- The story is more simplified: This is such a letdown considering that the first game had more depth when it came to story, now it is just basic, all character feel generic and uninteresting, and some of the story elements don't make sense and are not even close to realistic.

- The protagonist is dull: their writing and dialogue options are awful and just looking at them makes me want to vomit.

- Awful writing: the writing is so simplified and the dialogue choices are downright terrible.

- Terrible HUD: The HUD is a downgrade from its predecessor. I hate the circular HUD; it's distracting and doesn't look good at all ingame.

- Bad tutorials: The game bombards you with tutorials in the first few levels, and some of which are ridiculous and just unnecessary.

- Universal ammo: all weapons use the same ammo, ALL OF THEM. I mean why? why would they do that?

- Health system downgraded now it's just one health bar instead of one for each body region (head, right leg, left leg, etc.), which defeats the purpose of being a cyborg.

- Skills completely removed: no specializations, which makes our character even more bland and generic.

- Atrocious level design: remember how big Liberty City and Area 51 were in the first Deus Ex? since this is a console game they made the maps smaller and claustrophobic. They focused more on their new lighting system and added minor upgrades in textures instead of map size.

- Doesn't work on modern PCs: why is it that I can play the first Deus Ex fine with no issues and not this game? Apparently playing it on GOG fixes most of the game's problems.

[h1]Final Thoughts[/h1]
I don't have anything else to say; I won't even praise some of its new features as it doesn't deserve it. F*ck this game.

[h1]Final Rating: 1/10[/h1]

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The release of two new Deus Ex games from Square Enix led many critics and fans to re-evaluate the harsh criticisms they gave to the second instalment in the franchise, Deus Ex: Invisible War (IW). Removed from the hype of IW's release and by judging the game on its own merits as opposed to how it stacked up to the previous instalment, one of PC gaming's greatest RPGs, IW's retrospective reviews have been a lot kinder to the stealth/shooter (not RPG) sequel.

Graphically the game holds up with nice lighting and textures. Ironically it was these great looks that were one of the reasons that fans were divided in 2003, as only the top gaming rigs of the time could power IW; while those on Xbox had no trouble. Unfortunately the environments outshine the character models who look, sound, and stand about like shop floor mannequins. The HUD is also big and ugly and obscures a lot. The worlds themselves are a big step down from the original. They don't feel alive and inhabited like New York and Hong Kong did in the first Deus Ex. They're a lot smaller too, with the final battle against Bob Page in the first game taking up more room than Seattle and Cairo do in this one. The 'open worlds' are one of the ways IW really shows off its Xboxness. Every 50 meters you'll be met with a loading screen taking you to another small, explorable area, a far cry from the mostly seem-less worlds of Deus Ex.

Gameplay wise IW keeps the lackluster stealth system of the original, where enemies run around screaming with three tranq darts sticking out of their heads, but this time also fails to make a compelling FPS. I can understand a silenced pistol not downing an enemy in one quick headshot, but when it takes three point blank headshots from a high-powered shotgun before an enemy turns into an admittedly fun rag doll, I start to wonder what the correct play style is. And its not like your character is going to get any better at handling high-powered shotguns at pointblank ranges either, in the first game a gun's kickback made you feel like a little girl but by the end a careful distribution of experience points meant you could run through Area 51 while little girly MJ12 super soldiers were blasted apart by your GEP gun. But IW has no skill tree or character progression, hence my earlier refusal to call it an RPG.

Following the pattern of not living up to the original, IW's story falls well short of the Alex Jones inspiring conspiracy of Deus Ex. I mean all the sames pieces are there: globetrotting, shadow governments, post-human bio modifications, foreign and domestic terror cells, post-9/11 defence and privacy Acts made to curb foreign and domestic terror cells, plagues, aliens, alien plagues, the Illuminati, but this time the conspiracy fails to inspire. The story this time is simpler and easier to follow, but that's far from an improvement. And it's a lot easier to engross oneself in a fictional conspiracy when you can look up the Trilateral Commission and see that it's a real thing with real political influence. The only Omar I know is my Pakistani school friend. And I highly doubt the major religions of the world are going to start co-existing in a one-world global faith any time soon.

Whether on its own or as a sequel, Deus Ex: Invisible War fails to excite. The game can't save the story and the story can't save the game; and if you really want to know what happens to humanity after the defeat of Bob Page, the ambiguity and moral greyness of Deus Ex's endings are much more thought-provoking than anything offered here.
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(Revising my review after playing the GOG version I purchased)

Invisible war is the very average sequel to an amazing game. It ramps up on the console-focused simplicity and handholding, alongside weird design decisions and visible unpolished sections such as models and dead-eyed characters.

I would 60% recommend the game for itself, but the Steam version didn't work very well on my machine, even with the Visible Upgrade community patch. However, the GOG one worked smoothly after it. So I'm recommending that you get the GOG one.

GOG as usual puts a lot of effort in making old, cumbersome titles run smoothly.
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Invisible War is a HIGLY controversial game. Made with love, yet with such significant flaws. At the first hours I wanted to drop it, but with patience I beat it and even tried 3 endings. The closer to the end, the more interesting it becomes.

Cons:
- I love Deus Ex for its cyberpunk, IW looks... much less like cyberpunk, more like usual sci-fi
- game is doing a bad job encouraging to play stealth, much easier just to shoot everybody
- badly made interface, bad interactivity
- awful graphics even for 2004; back then we've already had HL2 and Doom 3, there is no reason IW couldn't be on their level
- quite bad physics, many objects have no weight
- level design is very poor in many places, but not everywhere
- IMHO, boring side-quests with discouraging bounty; I sticked to the main story
- no consequences of your playstyle
- bad balance of power between AI and player: initially all AIs are dumb, running into the walls, bumping into each other, shooting grenade launchers in the wall right in front of them; if you stand close to them they can miss with the flamethrower; but closer to the end there are armies OP mobs just thrown at you and you lack of resourses to kill them (it's great for survivals but not here)

Pros:
- good story, continuing one of the endings of the first part, but interest appears closer to the end
- locations from and references to the first part
- 4 endings
- AWESOME music in bars/night clubs
- somehow there can be some variety of gameplay, but the gameplay itself is sort of bad for the reasons above
- factions are present, sometimes (couple of times, actually) they're even fight between each other; you choose sides in some missions

IW could be one of the best games of 2004, but it isn't. It goes nowhere near Deus Ex 1, but I'm gonna leave my review as recommending just as a counterweight to mixed reviews and to encourage people to be patient with this game.

As the continuity of Deus Ex: 3/10
As the standalone game: 5.5/10
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Overall, I do recommend the game. Missions are fun and can be accomplished a number of ways. Biomods are unique and inventive and allow for different playstyles. Some story concepts are genuinely interesting.
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The World trade organisation (WTC)=
Order church
The Omar
The Templars
AND THE DENTON BROS !

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Pretty much impossible to get running on modern systems so I gave up. From the little I did play - it felt very mediocre and a step back in almost every single way compared to the original Deus Ex. Skip this and play the original Deus Ex that came out 3 years before this, but is superior in every. single. way.

Skip this. seriously.
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TLDR: Deus Ex Invisible War is the Mortal Kombat Annihilation of the Deus ex series. It's the Star Wars Episode 1, The Devil May Cry 2, Hell even the Zelda 2 of the Deus Ex series. Okay, I think you get my point. It's a tragedy that should have never happened.

With that said...

Let's get the first major issue out the way. The story. They ruined it. If you played the first Deus Ex and wanted to know how the writers decided to wrap things up, then you will be gravely disappointed (at least I was).

The plot in the original was so grandeur and well thought out compared to this. It feels like their only goal was to stitch together some flimsy plot to tie in all the factions and characters from the first game. It lacks a sense of identity like the first game had, and as a matter of fact, it LOST almost all the identity that the original game established.

They butchered certain parts of the lore, removed important characters that SHOULD have made an appearance over certain others, the characters are robotic and lack the sense of charm and intrigue that the original game had, decisions don't matter till the end of the game and overall, they just did not do proper justice to the events that happened before this story took place. As a result, the plot simply drags and never recovers. Ever.

Believe it or not, as bad as the story is, it's not the worst offender here.

The gameplay. Wow. What did you do? First of all, If you insist on purchasing this game, make sure you play it on realistic difficulty unless you like the idea of shooting someone in the head and them not dying because you didn't do enough damage to them beforehand.

The combat in the original was never that great, but they took steps backward in this sequel. No limb damage, aiming is awful (and this an FPS game by the way), limited and overpowered weapons and on that note...

So in the opening of the original, you are offered an option of a few weapons: Crossbow, Sniper Rifle, GEP Gun. You chose wisely depending on your playstyle. While this may seem overpowered at first, it balances off due to the implementation of the skill point system and the rate in which these points were awarded to the player (also having options always rocks).

You can open with a sniper rifle if you want, but if you didn't allocate your skill points properly your aim would be wobbling like crazy, rendering the weapon almost ineffective.

In Deus Ex Invisible War, there are no such limitations. Your character is awesome from the start. This is fine, but the problem is now when you find that Sniper Rifle (which you find VERY early) all you have to do is put a certain damage mod on it, slap on a suppressor and voila, no need to own any other gun in the game (yes, and I do mean to include the unique weapons).

To make matters worse, ammo is universal across all weapons. Yes, there's a lore reason explained for this, but it doesn't make for great gameplay because you NEVER run out of ammo! There's plenty to find in crates, on the corpses of enemies and with you delivering head shots to every opponent in your way-- how the hell do you plan on running out of ammo?

Gone are the sprawling and complex level design of the first game. Each location feels small and lazily mapped out. Deus Ex boasted amazing multitudes of path you could traverse to get the mission done in different ways. This right here? The bare minimum. The design felt like they did it just it to make the locations feel authentic and less of a labyrinth. Once again another design decision that translated into boring gameplay.

The music was completely forgettable. No need to even spend time on it. The voice acting? Wow. If you were a fan of the original just wait till you hear what the did to some of your favorite and ICONIC voices (what the hell did you do to [spoiler]Tracer Tong's[/spoiler] voice). Straight up hack job is what this is.

Okay, I'm tearing into this game way too much so let me tell you what I liked about it. The graphics. Okay I know I know. It looks like trash in this day and age, but if you are using the Visible Upgrade mod (which I highly recommend) then the game looks stunning. The world is cyberpunk heaven to behold. The locations are also very unique and interesting, if not limited in scope. Just ignore how robotic the character models move. It was 2003, man. Chill.

I do not recommend this game at all, even if you're a Deus Ex fan and even if you need that closure. I recommend that you pretend this game never happened and pray that Eidos Montreal remakes the original and scrubs this from the canon.
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This game is currently going for $0.97, and even for that money I don't think it is worth it due to some harsh bugs.

The primary contender, and reason I'll be leaving my play time to .4 hours, is the resolution settings that change your ACTUAL display settings on your PC. In my case, I closed the game and the low resolution crashed the youtube pages I had open and I had to do a full reset of my PC -- at which point I found that the resolution change wasn't going to revert (like 90% of all games that run at lower res) and I had to manually change it back.

The game is not good enough for me to bother messing with my settings after every session. Yes I am aware that there are guides on how to fix this problem. No, I do not care.
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☐ Good
☐ Not too bad
☑Bad
☐ I'm now deaf

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☐ Kids
☑Teens
☐ Adults
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☐ Check if you can run paint
☑ Potato
☐ Decent
☐ Fast
☐ Rich boi
☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer

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☐ Just press 'W'
☑ Easy
☐ Significant brain usage
☐ Easy to learn / Hard to master
☐ Difficult
☐ Dark Souls

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☑ Nothing to grind
☐ Only if u care about leaderboards/ranks
☐ Isnt necessary to progress
☐ Average grind level
☐ Too much grind
☐ You‘ll need a second live for grinding

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☐ No Story
☑ Some lore
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☐ Lovely
☐ It‘ll replace your life

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☐ Long enough for a cup of coffee
☐ Short
☑ Average
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☐ To infinity and beyond

---{Price}---
☐ It’s free!
☐ Worth the price
☐ If it's on sale
☐ If u have some spare money left
☐ Not recommended
☑ You could also just burn your money

---{Bugs}---
☐ Never heard of
☐ Minor bugs
☑ Can get annoying
☐ ARK: Survival Evolved
☐ The game itself is a big terrarium for bugs

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Verfasst: 01.08.20 16:26
[h1]Got fired. Time to Start drinking Again![/h1]
The original Deus Ex is considered one of the greatest PC games ever made, this title pretty much nearly killed the franchise. I finally played and finished 16 years after release. Also, the developer behind Deus Ex games was shut down soon after this mess. Invisible War has to be one of the most disappointing sequels of all time. Much of this is, again, the result of having been designed and tailored for the original Xbox hardware in mind (which were insanely limited by PC standards of the day especially for a game like this).
Ion Storm managed to take all good things that made original so special and decided to cash into sci-fi genre. There is almost no cause and effect like in the original title, no weight in your choices. Much of the cyberpunk feeling is pretty much gone! The art direction felt very cartoonish and colorful. Everything in this game feels rushed, from the dialogue, the story, the graphics, the controls, even the voice acting, HUD and item screens.

[h1]Cons[/h1]
-Horrible level design, pretty much all levels feel and look the same. The levels Similarly, the outdoor environments are claustrophobic, and there's never many characters onscreen at any one time.
-Invisible War gives you a miserly five bio-mod slots to fill.
-The developers decided to remove the hacking skill, and along with it the fantastic ability to read private emails from all the computers you can find. It was one of the best ways the original fleshed out its fantastic story. Now it’s replaced with automatic hacking.
-Enemy AI is dumb regardless of difficulty setting. Gameplay balance between Alex and enemies is strangely weird and messy. Initially the game is extremely easy but enemies become op very fast during the final act of the story. It’s like every bad guy drank Red Bull at the end. Also, you get very less ammo for the last mission.
-No-kill run or 100% stealth playthrough is probably impossible in this game imo because of the advanced level enemy types encountered in the game with tough body armor. There is also no bio-mod that lets you sneak past human enemies (there is one but only for bots). A bit disappointing because playing Human Revolution this way was hella fun!!
-Your actions result in no consequences for committing undesirable actions against factions other than ending.
-Excessive loading screens despite lacking large open world environments that were present in the first game.
-Requires fan made patches and mods to make the game work just right on modern PCs.
-Screen resolution won’t go higher than 1280x1024 for me.

[h1]Pros[/h1]
- The devs have acknowledged the original Deus Ex ending(s). Some of the coolest as well as minor characters from the original also make an appearance!
-There are many references to the first game including some locations and landmarks.
-Serviceable story and voice acting. There are also plenty of side quests.
-There are some cool factions here (incl. Knights Templars and Order of the Church xD)
-Universal ammo, yes it means no more messing around rearranging ammo in your inventory, plus you could choose to use the same gun throughout the whole game should you prefer to do that.
-There is a surprising amount of voice acting in this game incl. fully voiced protagonists (male/female) as in Fallout 4/Mass Effect/Saints Row/ games.
-Combat is something that I feel was an improvement.
-Graphics are decent for a 17-year-old game.
-Should appeal to old school gamers that like futuristic, sci-fi games.
-Soundtrack was fine.
-Multiple endings. Most of them were satisfying (I checked out alternate endings on YouTube).
-Cinematics are well done (cutscenes were very important back then; both for presentation and marketing).

[h1]Final Thoughts[/h1]
The original Deus Ex from 2000 is one of the greatest PC games of all time and addressing why it’s so special would take hours of explaining. It’s not that Invisible War is a bad game by any means (it’s really a decent game but as a huge fan of Deus Ex series this is far below my expectations. If this is your first Deus Ex game then you might even love this game!! It’s a good sci-fi shooter. It’s nothing to be ashamed of.

It’s just that this game was a huge letdown after the excellent original. It was really hard not to look back and keep comparing these two games as a fan. There was so much potential, they had the budget, they had the technology! Half Life 2, Halo 2, Doom 3, Far Cry, SW:KOR, Thief 3 were proof of concepts that making games with high production values wasn’t impossible in 2004.

Since IW is canon to Deus Ex official timeline it becomes a little hard to not recommend this game but if you’re a fan of the original you owe it to yourself to try it once.

[h1]My Rating: 5/10[/h1]
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Verfasst: 11.08.20 22:19
This version of the game was very beautiful in its time, but now it is not very attractive to others, but it is still one of the best games, but the autumn version and this version were not less satisfying, I played it myself, I got stuck and I I hated the game and realized that our negative feedback came from small things we could not stand
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Verfasst: 20.09.20 17:18
Best corpse hiding mechanics ever if you choose strength mod!
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Verfasst: 22.09.20 21:31
The direct sequel to the Deus Ex already has some negative aura around it, but after having played the first Deus Ex and Deus Ex: Human Revolution, I had to try this one out anyway.

My experience can be summarized in the following topics:

- The first thing I felt was that the game definitely doesn't look very polished, even for its time. We're speaking of the year that brought outstandingly looking games such as Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Tony . This one, on the other hand, does not look that pretty, facial animations look a bit overdone, and although I'm not entirely sure whether it's only the fault of my laptop's 120 Hz screen or excessively powerful graphics card (when compared to the graphics cards of old), I could never get a smooth 60 FPS experience.
- The story continues with the typical clash of organizations and cults, each begging you to abide to their conflating wishes, all the way through the game. It becomes a cliché, seriously. And ultimately, this affects how much they trust you, but the ending only changes depending on what you choose to do in the last level.
- Stealth is more feasible than in the former game, but the experience is not as exciting as in the latest generation of Deus Ex games. At some point, I was just smashing everyone that stood in my way with a baton until they dropped unconscious. It worked quite well after investing on strength biomods, but it still felt cheap. Alas, this strategy becomes utterly difficult at the last few levels, so I gave up there and fragged my way through.
- The decision to merge lock-picking into the multi-tool was a refreshing decision, as not having enough tools to unlock doors and alarms was a minor frustration in the previous game. There are plenty of multi-tools to find, although due a bug, not all of them can stack in the same inventory slot.
- And speaking of inventory, this one was different as well. While stacking food items together in the same space is OK to have, the very small number of slots available (expandable via biomods) was a bit disappointing, requiring me to leave many items behind regardless of how much they weighed.

But overall, It's a Deus Ex game all right. It feels and breathes like one, albeit with its rough edges.
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Verfasst: 06.08.20 21:01
This game is nothing like Deus Ex. It frustrates you so bad, it makes you not want to play the game any further. I played only 2 hours and it showed a lot of flaws already.

Pros:
- Weapons handling is pretty okay
- Sandbox elements
- Side missions

Neutral:
- Can't tell much about the story since I couldn't get myself to play it all the way
- Didn't get to know the characters too much, but first impressions weren't that great
- Can't really tell you much about the soundtrack because I didn't hear it all

Cons:
- Graphics are very bad, even Deus Ex 1 had better graphics which is from 2000
- The UI is very bad, not made for PC, but for consoles. It's very clunky to use
- Characters are not really well written nor memorable
- Voice acting is not so great
- Dumb AI
- Map design is weird
- Can't set 1080p resolution only in the config files
- FOV is hilariously bad
- Stealth mechanics does not work, even tho the game encourages you to do stealth.
- Every single weapon shares the same ammo type, yep, you read that right. For example, you run out of ammo using the shotgun, you switch over to another weapon hoping that you can shoot back, but you realise that every weapon uses the same ammo type.
- Bugs
- Loading makes the game go to desktop, then go back to the loading screen, waste of time
- I am using a 144hz monitor and playing this game then quitting, made my monitor switch to 60hz and I had to change it back to 144hz manually every. single. time.

2/10 I am currently playing through all Deus Ex games, but I'm skipping this one because it is so frustrating and bad. I might return to play it through, not so sure, most likely not, if I will, then i'm gonna update this review.
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Verfasst: 10.08.20 06:28
Not a worthy successor to Deus Ex at all. A lot of the streamlining was nice, such as not having to manually punch in a keycode every time, but I can't help but feel as though the immersion of figuring out the world around you is somewhat hindered by this. It doesn't help that the game was rushed and dumbed down for a primarily console release, and nowhere is this clearer than in the gunplay. In Deus Ex, killing was a means to an end, but in IW, it feels like the entire point of the game. It's certainly not a bad game by any metric, but it's the worst in the Deus Ex franchise and a sheer drop-off from the incredible quality of the first game.
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Verfasst: 06.09.20 18:40
i don't understand the bad reviews about this game. the storyline was rather interesting, gameplay was easy- at least to me. the plot twists gripped me and the choice-based ending was super cool for the time in which the game was released. i still play it quite frequently.
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Verfasst: 13.11.20 01:46
Story : Not so bad
Gameplay : Terrible
Combat : Terrible
Level Design : Terrible
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Verfasst: 27.10.20 02:41
I loved this game, but it is sadly completely incompatible with modern PCs.

There are ways of getting it running, according to a few wikis, but some of those files required contain malware, so not worth a probable infection for the sake of running such an old game.
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Verfasst: 07.11.20 08:09
People dislike this game because it's made on the same engine as Thief 3, which I would almost understand but THIS IS DEUS EX BABY. Get yourself a cloaking device and a silenced sniper rifle and you'll be moonwalking through this cyberpunk fireworks show. Also get fan patch or you'll be crashing more then a women driver on her way to Dutch Bros. Yes yes, I could have done away with the loading screens and honestly the opening of the game reeks of 2003. But at the end of the day, you can tazer cats and chuck people into dumpsters and do business deals with the gas mask wearing cyborg apocalypse worshipers. So yeah this game brings the SUCC and BAPHOMET GUIDES ME INTO BATTLE.
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Verfasst: 11.11.20 18:01
Deus Ex: Invisible war is not as good as the first entry in the series, but isn't a bad game. Actually it is a pretty decent game and not even the worst Deus Ex game (that's The Fall).
I get that many people don't like the main plot ([spoiler]the hunt for JC Denton[/spoiler]), but I think it is a good ending to the entire Deus Ex series and that ending is one more time up to you.
The only major flaw is, that the steam version loves to tell you, that steam is not installed. Buy the GOG version insted and use visiual upgrade mod to fix the game for modern hardware.
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Verfasst: 12.10.20 02:35
This is not as bad as people say. In terms of Deus Ex standards, this is definitely a good story with better gun controls than the original. It may not be as immersive as the original but it still holds its own. If your a fan of the franchise, you should definitely check this out.
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Verfasst: 30.11.20 00:28
Honestly, this game plays more like a PS2 version of Bioshock than it does OG Deus. No leveling, environmental hazards/enemies, fewer opportunities for sneaking around the level, and more emphasis on augs/powers for combat. In that regard, the game is actually quite good. But as a Deus ex game it lacks in that there is far fewer ways to customize your character, less opportunities for immergent gameplay, and that your choices do not matter as much (or at all).

Don't go into this game thinking it's like DE1. You still have interesting locations, there are many competing factions for global power, and the endings are tight. Its just a different game though.

Also, if it wasn't for this game, Dishonored wouldn't be as good as it is.
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Verfasst: 25.11.20 23:45
PRETTY BAD UNTIL YOU [spoiler]MEET UP WITH JC DENTON[/spoiler] AFTER THAT ITS NICE
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Verfasst: 05.12.20 19:02
I wanted to give a chance to the infamous installment but I couldn't even load into the game cause it keeps freezing a few seconds into the loading screen - I even tried the community patch which supposedly works for some. Trash port of a trash game.
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Verfasst: 02.12.20 23:00
Hahahaha... wait, you're serious?

This game can't find Steam while you're launching it from Steam... Broken and abandoned.
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Verfasst: 06.11.20 03:22
Even if this game weren't a huge let down after the first Deus Ex I wouldn't recommend it. It reeks of cash in for consoles sequel. Virtually every system of the game was reduced, dumbed down or simplified from the previous game. I played through using the visible upgrade mod, which makes the game look better and ironed out some bugs. I will also note that I had crashes on loading screens until I disabled the steam overlay, after which the game ran fine.

The game takes place 20 years after the first. Society had collapsed but rebuilt and is now more technologically advanced than before. The rich smart people live in closed societies and everyone else is a hobo. You are a fresh nanoaugmented recruit of the Tarsus Academy when shit starts to tilt. I liked that there were multiple factions with conflicting mission goals on missions. A lot of the choices would greatly effect the later game and change what side you were on which was cool. That being said even when you continually fucked a faction over they would still ask you to do their bidding on later missions, letting you flip flop which detracts from the gravity of your choices.

The story is far less intriguing than the original Deus Ex. There were some minor twists but nothing that will stick with you. You would think the big reveal of who you really are would be a big DUN DUN DUNNNNNN moment but it was so flat and unceremonious that it was laughable. All of the factions you can choose between are kind of meh, which I guess ends up being a pretty good moral dilemma but it also made me not give a shit about any of them. Even involving characters from the first game didn't spark any interest. There were several subplots that develop through side quests that carry through the levels, but most of them felt like filler fetch quests that I didn't bother pursuing them to the end. Coffee shops? Pop stars? Who cares? I thought the Omar were cool but they played virtually no part in the game, just a flavor side faction.

So much of the cool stuff from Deus Ex was chopped down or removed. The skill system is entirely gone. Character progression is linked solely to augmentations, which can be renegged on and changed at a whim. After looking at the options I knew pretty much what I wanted to use and had a half dozen canisters left over by the end of the game (the skill canisters and the upgrades were combined into one). Seemingly half of the augmentations are all passive, which while a QOL improvement makes energy a meme and easy to keep topped up. Multitools and lockpicks were combined into one item. The inventory system is gone and is just slots. Weapons all use the same ammo. LAM's are gone but they split grenades and mines into two different items? Bizarre. Hacking may as well not be in the game at all; it is available solely as an augmentation and is used so seldomly that they may not have even added it.

The actual gameplay and combat was as unmemorable as the story. Fighting felt as limp and disjointed as TES4: Oblivion. Stealth is viable, but if you don't one shot a guy it seems it instantly alerts everyone around. Melee besides the sword all seemed crappy and I can't imagine trying to play non lethal. The level design is samey corridors. They did have some decent multiple paths in places but overall it was very cramped and limiting. The vaulting feature was a nice QOL improvement but it took forever to do and climbing ladders was even more annoying than the first game.

In summary, if you liked the first Deus Ex I would say to definitely NOT play this one. It's not worth it, pretend it never happened. Not even for continuing the story. Leave it at JC's decision at the end of the first game, where you change the world and the possibilities for the future are endless, because this future sucks.
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Verfasst: 09.01.21 21:55
A bad, bad Deus Ex game, they say. Let's pretend it never happened, they say. Dumbed down, downgraded (insert_an_insult), they say.

Wait a minute...

Am I, actually... HAVING FUN with this game? Instead of cursing and moaning in frustration as I did with the first DE? Are all those things that annoyed the hell out of me in the first DE just... gone?

Did I say 'wow' while watching the opening cinematic..? Is the story, actually... INTRIGUING, with more things happening in the first 30 minutes of play than it was in the first 5 hours of DE1?

Did I instantly connect to the main character, Alex, as we were trying to figure out wtf was going on around (because neither of us had a clue)?

Am I having a hard time trying to sleep because of the big decision coming in the game..?

...I mean... Wow...

Different approaches to the same task? Let's see... It's there all right.

Invisible War definitely surprised me. Why or how the hell it is 'a bad game', or 'a bad Deus Ex game', I have no idea.

The only thing I can agree on with those who scold IW is optimization. From this point of view, the game is a little... messy. There ARE a lot of loading screens, which is not such a big problem if you are patient (I am). The problem in my case was that the only way to make it work at all was running it in windowed mode with the Visible Upgrade mod installed. Otherwise, all I got was a black screen right after choosing a character portrait. Then, I had to close manually a bulk of 'not responding' instances because the game opens a new window whenever you load a save or enter a new area. Even if you don't have problems launching it, I strongly recommend installing the Visible Upgrade mod - it allows you to play with modern screen resolutions. Besides, the game looks really good with hi-res textures the mod offers. As a bonus, you can tweak the looks of Alex and main NPCs (I loved those glowing eyes:) )
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Verfasst: 04.01.21 15:32
Should you play this game?

Nyemaybeno.

Original Deus Ex and Human Revolution greatly surpass this game. Essentially, unless you want to experience Deus Ex-lite I'd recommend skipping this game entirely. It has the label, but not the feeling, despite literally featuring JC Denton for a few scenes.

Invisible War effectively killed off the franchise for nearly a decade as it veered too far into an xbox-lite game ala Time Splitters. There are several mechanics that just didn't work for what the game is trying to be, Deus Ex for its age still holds up mechanically, this game doesn't hold up in that regard and is sort of stuck in this awkward period in gaming.

For what it is, it's a unique game that tried to differ from the original Deus Ex but didn't have the heart, there is plenty of developmental issues with this game as well. I recommend watching a Youtube breakdown of it, if you play it play it critically. However, story still good so eh
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Verfasst: 30.12.20 17:41
A dumbed down version of the first game, worth your time only if you`re a die hard fan of the series.
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Verfasst: 29.12.20 22:38
Recently discovered this game nad I am amazed how modern it is in storytelling (multiple endings were not so common back in the day). Even though its 20 years old I still enjoyed playing it!
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Verfasst: 20.01.21 13:31
What an exceptionally awful game. Not only do you have to side load another version of the game to get it to run right, the game is just overall terrible.

Do you like linear level designs that force you to retrace your steps for every single mission or side quest?
Do you love loading screens every time you open a door?
Do you like a storyline that doesn't even match the outcome of the original game it's a sequel to?
Do you love playing stories with characters you really just want to kill by the end of the game?

Well hot damn, this game is for you!!!!!!
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Verfasst: 02.01.21 13:59
This game looks great and it possibly will play great, if I could get the DAMN GAME TO START!
Never even touched the gameplay, it crashes right after the intro and difficulty and character selection screen. I literally have to force shutdown my entire computer!!
I can play CyberPunk 2077 with ease, but cant even play a game thats over a decade old?! Absurd!!
Whoever reads this please help! and yes I've tried verify game files and cleared download cache.
I'll give and actual review when i can ACTUAALLYY play it >:(!!!
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Verfasst: 30.12.20 17:04
Cool Game
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Verfasst: 30.12.20 11:39
Perfect example of what the porting to consoles from PC did to games. Claustrophobic corridors with little room for movement with dozens of loading screens makes this almost unplayable, but the game is saved by somewhat good writing that obviously doesn't surpass the writing of the first game; those are too big boots to fill for anyone.

Still, problems come from mainly making the game more video-game-like than the first one and as such it makes the characters seem much more dumbed down. Clearly aiming for more futuristic theme whereas original was much more grounded in reality, I prefer the latter one.

Talking about dumbed down, this game comes as a clear downgrade. Skill point removal and inventory management are made simpler and somewhere, someone thought a horrible mess called universal ammo should be added into the game. I would like to know the logic behind implementing something like that and the reasoning with it: changing major gameplay element for a minor story element is not going to cut it out for me.

Overall, this is what Absolution was to Hitman and Blacklist to Splinter Cell: remove the trademark name and you have a decent game in your hands. I still recommend it for die-hard fans of Deus Ex as i believe it should be played through once at least, and I still managed to enjoy it even with all of its flaws.
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27.10.08 01:34
Overthon
Zuletzt online: 03.01.14 00:41
junge junge ...
das ist hier auch in der liste der spiele ?
das war vielleicht finster !
teil 1 , ne glatte 10,
teil 2, glatt durchgefallen !

nach 30 min wieder deinstalliert und weg !
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