Vencha88 wrote:Ready for this?
Invisible War was quite a good game. It's only major problem was that it was a sequel to Deus Ex.
Loved Human Revolution though! About time for a another run methinks.
For me it wasn't that it was a particularly bad game, it is as you surmise a (in my opinion) poor and lacking sequel to a fantastic and revered game, In Meji gamedom that is a punishable crime
When I look back on it all, if I saw that game back in the day and it wasn't labelled as DX or a "spiritual successor" (or whatever marketing run with nowdays), my opinion probably would of been the same o the game: I played it through, had some fun, had periods of no fun and felt a hollow gaming experience by the end. The story wasn't particularly grabbing, the combat was meh, the interface horribly consolised. It was a game I simply forgot about until DX:HR was first mentioned then I thought, oh yeah IW that's right!
Each to their own though, it's easy to criticise a new game in the series while looking back with rose-tinted glasses on the previous (ie like we DX fans did with IW