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iPhonePocket Gamer UK (Aug 17, 2016)
Still, it's hard to fault the game we've ended up with. It might be a bit familiar to anyone who has finished the other GO games, but fans are going to end up with another set of deviously crafted and fabulously well designed puzzles, plus a bunch of new toys to play with. Can't get fairer than that.
iPhoneIGN (Aug 18, 2016)
Almost every level of Deus Ex Go delivers a confounding but ultimately rewarding puzzle worth solving. Though the world around those puzzles is relatively empty and replay potential is limited, Square Enix Montreal has mixed a healthy stealth and hacking focus with a bit of action to create a clever and, at times, truly testing set of brain teasers.
iPhoneTouch Arcade (Aug 17, 2016)
Here, it just feels like "Deus Ex puzzle game" and the execution isn't bad, but it's just not very exciting. Perhaps that's unfair, because I have played a ton of their other stuff, and on its own, this would be a fantastic game. So, if you're going in fresh to this series or love Deus Ex, don't hesitate to check it out. Otherwise, if you wait for a sale on this I won't judge you, though it's still a well-made game. I want to see this series continue, but future games need more of a spark of originality to them that this game is lacking.
iPhoneGameSpot (Aug 18, 2016)
Despite its few faults, Deus Ex Go remains an increasingly fun, rewarding puzzle-solving experience. It continues the Go series' streak of excellence and leaves me longing to know what developer Square Enix Montreal will do next with the franchise. Whatever it happens to be, if it's done with the same thoughtfulness that makes Deus Ex Go such a compelling puzzle experience, it'll be well worth playing.
iPhoneGameZebo (Aug 18, 2016)
Deus Ex GO is basically more of the same. The sci-fi coat of paint looks nice, the plot is pointless, the puzzles are tricky but satisfying — and it’s all starting to feel a bit by-the-numbers. Fans of the previous games will still probably enjoy themselves, but I wouldn’t blame them for feeling a little burned out, either.
AndroidLink-Cable (Aug 24, 2016)
“We never asked for Deus Ex: Go, but we are sure glad that it’s many complex puzzles have made their way onto our phones.”