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Deus Ex: The Conspiracy

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Mature
4.4 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews
Metascore: 81 / 100
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The year is 2052 and the world is a dangerous and chaotic place. Terrorists operate openly, killing thousands, while drugs, disease, and pollution kill even more. The world's economics are close to collapse, and the gap between the insanely wealthy and the desperately poor has grown to the size of the Grand Canyon. Worst of all, believers of an age-old conspiracy bent on world domination has decided that the time is right to emerge from the shadows and take control. No one believes the conspiracy exists--no one but you. The adaptation of this role-playing adventure for the PlayStation2 retains all of the levels and missions of the PC original.

You are J.C. Denton, a powerful, nanotechnologically augmented antiterrorist agent. It's up to you to stop the conspirators from achieving their goals. But this world is full of lies and betrayal, a world where nothing is as it seems and entire nations can seemingly be turned against you at the push of a button. To succeed, you must travel the globe in a quest for knowledge, develop your character's nanotech augmentations and strengths as you see fit, build a network of allies to assist you, and determine when stealth and strategy are more important than action. And each time you think you've got the mystery solved and the game figured out, there's another, deeper mystery to unravel. You will never know whom to trust, who your friends are, who's in the conspiracy, and who's innocent. Maybe no one is.


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ASIN B00005NCAM
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4.4 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #12,697 in videogames
#251 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation 2 > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.3 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
Media: Video Game

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By A Customer on August 23, 2002
After HalfLife, Red Faction and Sons of Liberty I hardly expected to find another good FPS - instead I found THE FPS! Deus Ex is one of the very few games I recommend buying. Unlike most games, which can be finished in a couple of days, Deus Ex goes on and on, 24/7, and isn't pre-determined - it might be the only game that can be played totally differently by different players.
Also, the graphics are great. They don't look all that impressive at first glance, but during gameplay you notice little details and even if you play for hours straight, you don't get that queasy feeling, usually associated with FPS's.
There's an unbelievable amount of weapons and gadgets, but you have to choose which ones you want - you're limited to a certain amount of weapons on you at a time, which makes the game more interesting.
Bottom line - YOU MUST BUY THIS GAME!
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I also played this game in the PC originally, and finished it. I HAD to. It ruined a semester of college for me, it's that addictive. You'll start playing, and 4 hours will literally pass by unnoticed. The combination of 1st person play, A.I., the ability to make choices that control your gaming experience, the intelligence and suspense of the story line and character development, and the sheer scale of the gaming enviornment make this the greatest game I have ever experienced. And yes, you don't simply play this game, you experience it. As much as I love Grand Theft Auto 3. it doesn't hold a candle to the intelligence and story line that Deus Ex offers a gamer. What you may find pathetic though... is I miss this game. I loved it so much, I MISS it. I've never found waiting for a sequel to a game so torturous in all my life. I miss this game so much, I plan on buying it for the PS2 and enjoying it again. Here's hoping I don't ruin another semester.
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By A Customer on March 28, 2002
Having played the PC version of DEUS EX until my mouse hand was reduced to little more than a gnarled nub, I thought I was going to have a hard time remaining objective about the quality of the PS2 port. Often when a popular PC game is ported to a console, it loses its soul in the translation (see GIANTS: CITIZEN KABUTO).
Ion Storm proved my fears to be unfounded. They've done a wonderful job with this one, including a flawless implementation of the PS2's controller that sees every single button used, and used quite well. The control is similar to other first-person games on the system; look with the right stick, walk with the left. The augs and skills are managed with the circle button, the inventory is managed with the square. Toggle crouch with the L3 button, reload with the R3. After about a half hour the control scheme becomes second nature. Beautiful.
Most of the maps have been redone in order to take advantage of/compensate for the PS2's hardware capabilities/limitations. Some levels have been streamlined and improved, yet others feel cramped, and it becomes obvious that the developers were trying to squeeze every ounce of processing power out of the system, and make every one of its 32 Megs of RAM pull more than its own weight. Some textures aren't as sharp as they could be, but the lighting effects are awesome and the NPC animation is first-rate. Load screens are frequent (moreso than in the PC version), but they're quick.
For those concerned about violence in video games; in a testament to the depth of gameplay, it's entirely possible to finish DEUS EX without killing a single person. For a challenge, try it on "realistic" difficulty, with auto-aiming off, playing non-lethal.
Give this one a go if you're a fan of conspiracy-based first-person shooter-sneakers with heavy RPG elements. Haven't found any games like that for the PS2 yet? Buy DEUS EX: THE CONSPIRACY. It'll keep you busy for weeks.
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After playing a PC demo of this game when it first came out a while back, I decided on a whim to buy it for PS2. I played a bit, then got wrapped up in the carnage of GTA3. I picked Deus Ex up again about a week ago, and I have yet to get a decent nights sleep since. Part shooter, part mystery, the violent types will love the myriad weapons and opportunities to kill and destroy. The stealthy types will love crouching in the shadows and sniping. This game has something for everyone, and should be included in every serious game collection.
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By A Customer on February 15, 2002
This is one of the most exceptional games of this era in terms of plot and character development. The only begging thing sometimes is the music...now to the good parts. First, the AI of both the Mac and PC side was tricky -- sometimes exceptionally brilliant and sometimes NOT. Next, one gains skills (augmentations) along the way to further the character's development. This requires the gamer to put at least some thought into the character. Third, each kill can determine what happens next...friend or foe or somewhere in between. This adds some complexity to the plot. Fourth, this plot is basically a mixture of the X-Files conspiracies ranging from Roswell to the Illuminati, and like the X-Files, there are betrayals and breaks of trust everywhere along the way. Lastly, some of the weapons are exceptional -- like the Dragon Sword.
Word of caution: Some of the AI gets really humorous at the end -- when the enemies start running into closed doors while you watch...and they keep on running...=)
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