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Deus Ex: The Conspiracy

Deus Ex: The Conspiracy (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Tags: Shooter, First-Person
Developer: Ion Storm
AKA: Deus Ex (EU)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
03/26/2002
EU
06/07/2002

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Staff Reviews

Deus Ex: The Conspiracy review

Reviewed March 01, 2007

Gary Hartley says: "Peace is not easily kept in the world that Deus Ex presents. The police are as corrupt as the senators assigned to oversee them and the only thing that talks on the streets is the harsh retort of a loaded firearm. The NSF, an antiestablishment terrorist organisation, grows bolder by the day, sabotaging civil buildings and landmarks, attempting to dispel the positive dogma spun by the governing power and underwrite their authority. Ruthless and destructive, their ever-swelling ranks encompass a stirring unrest in the lower order, one quickly camouflaged from the world with a sturdy veneer of propaganda. They are to be dealt with."
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Reader Reviews

Deus Ex: The Conspiracy review

Reviewed July 07, 2010

zippdementia says: "In my opinion, the whole history of the human race has been one long succession of conspiracies. To deceive ourselves , we call the successful conspiracies “governments.” "
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