Fans of the series definitely won't want to miss out – especially on the Wii U.
Back in 2011, Square Enix successfully brought back the Deus Ex franchise with Human Revolution. It's not like the series needed a revival or anything, since it's already carved own its own comfortable place in the gaming world. But this new entry did wonders for the series, even if it did leave a few problems in its wake. What's the best way to play – stealth or action, most gamers asked themselves? And why were the bosses so damn hard to beat unless your augmentations were powered up to 11?
Thankfully, the Director's Cut, which is available for all gaming platforms today, answered these questions the right way. The game is a bit more streamlined with this new release over its 2011 counterpart, with the inclusion of the downloadable content right in the game, as well as balancing that makes it feel like a better product overall. It was great then, but now…it's a well-built machine. Kind of like the main hero, Adam Jensen.
Adam works for the biotechnology company Sarif, and finds himself in the midst of a hostile attack, one that leaves him mangled and his girlfriend gone. Rebuilt with several augmentations that improve his combat style and maneuverability, Adam goes looking for answers, while at the same time continuing to work for Sarif on various missions.