(Before I begin to discuss this game I feel there’s something important to note, I own Deus Ex: Human Revolution on the PS3 and PC as well as the Director’s Cut version also on PC. Finally I got round to playing it when I received it as a gift for the Wii U for Christmas.)
The year is 2027 and the lines of humanity are somewhat blurred with people being able to essentially become part human and part machine. In Deus Ex you find yourself taking the role of Sarif Industries (a growing biotech company) head of security Adam Jensen. After being severely wounded in a terrorist attack against the company he has to undergo surgery to be saved, resulting in him receiving advanced prosthesis to replace his damaged body. This attack also claims the lives of important researchers who were on the verge of making massive breakthrough for Sarif Industries including Jensen’s ex-girlfriend Megan Reed. Upon returning to work he finds himself in search of the attackers.