Abandonware DOS title

Deus Ex

Deus Ex is rpg game designed by Warren Spector, developed by Ion Storm and released by IBM in 2000. Deus Ex runs on DOS, Mac but was also published for PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3.
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Deus Ex reviews

"Most people equate RPGs with the fantasy genre, but Deus Ex successfully twists the genre and brings RPG players a brand new playing experience. While it suffers from a few technical issues, what you shell out for the game is money well spent. You'll come away from Deus Ex with the sense that you could actually be a real anti-terrorist agent in UNATCO. Well, maybe. I wouldn't advise quitting your day job anytime soon - for now, stick with Deus Ex." - GameSpy

Collector's corner:

The Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition, which was released on May 8, 2001, contains the latest game updates and a software development kit, a separate soundtrack CD, and a page from a fictional newspaper featured prominently in Deus Ex titled The Midnight Sun, which recounts recent events in the game's world.

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Input: keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: cd-rom, download, dvd

Also published for: PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3

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