Deus Ex: The Conspiracy
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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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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!
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.
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...=)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It arrived on time and in the condition it said it would be and it plays well. I'm happy with the product.Published 7 months ago by Sandra Kiska
Great game, horrible load screens really break the game. I would say that if you have the option, go with the PC version (which doesn't have as much load screens), but if you don't... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Orlando Ocampo
Its complicated. A difficult fps with rpg elemrnts. Its a hard game but if you push through it can be fun.Published 17 months ago by A fan of true gaming
If there was ever a list of hidden gems you can find on the ps2, this would probably be on the list. Read morePublished 19 months ago by DA
Sure the graphics are simple, but what a great plot and game play mechanics for any time. If it was good back then it's still good today.Published on June 26, 2014 by Mark Packer
I first bought the PS2 to replace my old PC games. This was one of my favorite games. And yes I will keep searching for the other games.Published on May 26, 2014 by Lady of Nokomis
I have invisible wars and lay the Dog Dooo out of it. I finally came across this one and I am about half way through itPublished on February 24, 2014 by Sam And Debbie
this is a very good game for the Ps2, fun to play and a great story.this is one of the better games for the Ps2 and very hard to find.Published on December 2, 2013 by todd b
this one of the best game to ever come out. i will say a its again this is one of the best game to ever get made.Published on September 7, 2013 by Tim W.