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Loading screens display tips and in most occasions player's location.
Following your girlfriend through various laboratories in the story prologue.
The complex is under attack by an unknown enemy... zoom in on the aim for better stability.
Taking on the couple of attackers from behind the cover, hence the third-person perspective.
You can fire without exposing yourself, but it won't be precise.
What may seem like end game is in fact just the beginning.
Main title after the prologue mission.
When reading emails, the camera isn't fixed to your computer and allows you to check the surroundings.
Your choices will shape events which in turn will shape the story.
Sarif industries where you work as a chief of security.
World's oldest profession... the one on the right is an undercover cop, though.
With social enhancer you can read people's reactions and physique more openly.
Inside the police station.
At the Detroit P.D. morgue, trying to talk your way into obtaining the dead hacker's brain chip.
You can check local news to read about recent events.
Always check the room before blindly rushing in just to start a firefight.
Damsel in distress, asking for your help.
On a business trip to China.
Check the small alleys for any hidden shafts and entrances to otherwise guarded areas.
Talking to Tong, owner of The Hive nightclub.
Help those in need, if not out of goodness of your heart, then to gain more experience points.
Hacking changed from previous two games... you no longer require hacking tools, just a skill level that is high enough.
Weapon selection wheel.
Taking out an enemy soldier without a silencer can be a bad decision.
Greatly outnumbered... but they don't know where you are so element of surprise is your best ally.
A high story view of Montreal.
Entering the news station... but where are all the reporters... this smells like trouble.
Boss fights are much harder than fighting regular enemy, so be prepared.
There seems to be riot on the streets of Detroit.
Upgrade the augmentations to your preference as you won't be able to get them all.
When lost, check your map, it is pretty straight forward.
Jensen's apartment comes with automated curtains that open when you return home.
Seeing through walls.
Some walls can be broken through.
Close combat kill move.
You can attach suppressor to almost any firearm.
This gramophone record seems to contain the soundtrack of the original Deus Ex.
Jensen's inventory... mm, no literature, only weapons.
With a proper upgrade, you can literally fall from any height.
Selecting difficulty level
The future is a place of lots of cybernetic implants
Riding an elevator
Bullet's can't break through this glass
The intruders easily took out the guards
You can spot an Eidos HQ building in the city, but only in cutscenes
Heading to China
Check the rooms for enemies before entering
Down in the sewers
Close up on Adam Jensen, the protagonist
Introduction in Sarif Industries Laboratory
Welcome to Detroit
Adam Jensen's apartment
Sniping from ceiling
This one had his brain hacked
Head shot ?
Many smokers in that game
Infiltrating FEMA facility
This one looks quite strong
How to reach it without being seen by this camera?
Sarif Industries building and metro
Dialog with a friend
Hundreds of hidden passages
Menu - Inventory
Menu - Augmentations
Menu - Map
First boss of the game (probably too much closed)
Human Revolution does a really good job modeling lab and industrial environments
Sneaking is recommended
The note/ebook interface
Hengsha: there is a city above the city...
Hengsha: a street in the lower city
Riding an elevator to the upper city
Warning: If you can read this, you're too close
Old Jensen's End
Strange glitch - no background. Just for a second, but...
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