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Josh Curry
Retro Encounter 7-1: Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Jensen never asked for this, but we did it anyways.
11.16.15 - 9:18 PM

Getting back in the swing of things, the Retro Crew tackles the burgeoning biotech world of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Early opinions of the game are positive as we enjoy Deus Ex's open nature, rich atmosphere and fun gameplay. Also, you are sure to enjoy some of the difficulty some of the Crew has beating the first boss of the game.

Listen as Retro Encounter is built into something new, something augmented.

Retro Encounter 7-1: Deus-Ex: Human Revolution

Retro Encounter plays through the Detroit section of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. We talk about the differences between the original game and the Director's Cut while also learning that most of the group prefers to play the game stealthily. Thus far, the only blemish on our experience with Deus Ex is the boss fight; listen as we describe how we handled different encounters and our vastly different experiences with the Detroit final boss. We wrap up the podcast with a discussion on what augments we would want to have added to our bodies.

Featuring: Josh Curry, Mike Sollosi, Caitlin Argyros, Brett Wooley




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