Deus Ex: Human Revolution has only been out for about two months, and the first DLC pack, The Missing Link, is out. How does it add to the game? More importantly, is it any good? Read on to find out!
The Missing Link takes place at an interesting point, about three quarters through Human Revolution's story. It takes place and, interestingly, is never mentioned again in the main story. But who cares? It kicks ass, and it's inclusion is plausible in the overall plot, thought the effects that this will have on the story as a whole remain to be seen. I'll try to avoid spoilers, but it's going to be tricky, so be on the lookout for my warning!
|That'll buff out, right?|
|Jensen, on the prowl.|
OMFG!!1!one! FUCKING SPOILERS
A lot of people really hated the weird, outsourced boss fights in HR. Eidos made a big deal out of the fact that they built the boss fight in TML in house. It's a bit underwhelming, to be honest. Hardly a boss fight at all, really. Bad guy went out like a bitch......
Deus Ex: The Missing Link brings back everything that you loved from HR, and also everything you hated. Whether or not you should by it depends on your reaction to that statement.
|My robot buddy wants to tell you something...|
Rock wonders if people would find him cooler
if he had those awesome gold shades....