Dex is a 2D, side-scrolling, open-world cyberpunk RPG with a focus on exploration and non-linear gameplay.
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Release Date: May 7, 2015

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August 1

A smoother, more enjoyable Dex with Spanish localization


We are happy to announce the release of a new update for Dex. Not only that it adds Spanish localization to the game, it also brings a number of gameplay tweaks and performance improvements that make Dex even more enjoyable.

Also, Dex has now its own Wikia page so make sure you check it out! We invite you to come together to co-work on this page to gather information about the game’s locations, factions, characters, and quests. Feel free to add anything that's missing or inaccurate and help others to discover every corner of the game. Big thanks to Rook001 who has built a core structure of the page with us.

Without further ado, here’s a list of all changes included:

  • Spanish language enabled for PC version
  • various AR optimizations
  • manual saves disabled while C4 countdown
  • dialog window layout and controls updated
  • fast travel disabled in AR
  • fast travel scene disabled after destroy
  • music and sounds volume control update
  • few animation glitches fixed
  • gamepad roll move fixed
  • fixed infinite XP, pausing pistons in AR
  • fix superquick punch with block
  • enemies will ignore you when talking
  • don't charge stealth when paused
  • when paused, don't count cloaking and jamming device
  • disable Richmond radio chatter at Tony's Hideout
  • disabled teeter on junction middle floor hole
  • mine persistence improved
  • disable using items with a jump button
  • fixed big guy getting stuck after double hack


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May 9

Dex is coming to consoles and GoG!

Hey everyone!

As you may know, Dex has already been refused twice by GoG and it looked like that was, well, that. But we hate giving up, so we contacted GoG again and reopened negotiations. Successfully this time. So, it is with great joy that we announce Dex is set to become available on GoG in the coming months and will include support for achievements via GoG Galaxy.

Dex will be made available on GoG in its special edition, which includes the soundtrack, new art book and other bonus materials.

We’d also like to take this opportunity to announce that Dex is coming out on consoles on 8th of July 2016. Under the wings of our publisher, Badland Games, Dex will be available for Xbox One as a digital version and for PS4 as both digital and physical versions.

We are still working on a version of Dex for PS Vita and Wii U. Stay tuned. We’ll announce those release dates as soon as we can.

And for those of you who haven't caught the tail of they hype – we are in the last few days of a Kickstarter campaign for our next game: Ghost Theory, a first person paranormal-investigation horror game where you solve real-world haunting cases. If you haven't backed us yet and would like to –

Outpourings of thanks!

Your Dex team

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“Dex is great for a lot of reasons. It combines expressive 2D sprites and nostalgic platforming with some grade-A, modern action-RPG mechanics and does it generally well.”
8,5/10 – Arcade Sushi

“What we have here is a standout in multiple ways. Almost best in class, really.”
8/10 – Chalgyr's Game Room

“Dreadlocks has left no stone unturned in its quest to craft an authentic cyberpunk world.”
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About This Game

Discover the truth behind an enigmatic AI striving to reach the Singularity, a theoretical “event horizon” in which artificial intelligence will surpass human intelligence and all bets about the future will be off. How will you play your part in the story?

Explore the futuristic city of Harbor Prime and meet its many inhabitants, answer the challenges the city has to offer, roam the neon-lit streets, and augment your character with skills and implants.

Designed as a tribute to the classic RPGs from the ‘90s, updated for a modern audience, Dex invites you to become part of a living, breathing cyberpunk universe as you decide which ultimate path you will embrace.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Microsoft Windows XP (SP2 or newer) / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
    • Processor: Intel Pentium/AMD, 2.0 GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1536 MB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 / ATI™ Radeon™ 2600 or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse or Windows compatible gamepad
    • OS: Microsoft Windows 8.1 or newer
    • Processor: Intel i5, 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 650M / AMD™ Radeon™ HD 5770 or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse or Windows compatible gamepad
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.8.5 or newer
    • Processor: Intel Pentium/AMD, 2.0 GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1536 MB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 / ATI™ Radeon™ 2600 or better
    • Storage: 8 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse or Mac OS X compatible gamepad
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.9.1 or newer
    • Processor: Intel i5, 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 650M / AMD™ Radeon™ HD 5770 or better
    • Storage: 8 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse or Mac OS X compatible gamepad
    • OS: Ubuntu 10.04 or newer / SteamOS
    • Processor: Intel Pentium/AMD, 2.0 GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1536 MB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 / ATI™ Radeon™ 2600 or better
    • Storage: 8 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse or Linux compatible gamepad
    • OS: Ubuntu 10.04 or newer / SteamOS
    • Processor: Intel i5, 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 650M / AMD™ Radeon™ HD 5770 or better
    • Storage: 8 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse or Linux compatible gamepad
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28 of 28 people (100%) found this review helpful
12.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 28
Dex is quite an ambitious indie game, and one that clearly had a lot of care put into it. It was in Early Access for quite a while, and I'd say the full release turned out something definitely worth looking at. That said, it has some flaws, even if they weren't a complete deal breaker for me.

You play as the titular character, who is awakened one night by a mysterious informant who warns here she is about to be attacked by a squad of military toughs. He helps her escape and reach an acquaintance of his; your mission is to find out why whoever was behind this, and why they seem to want you dead. It's a cyberpunk story, so suffice to say the answer isn't so simple.

After the tutorial, which covers the game's main mechanics pretty well, you're left to roam the streets of Harbor Prime. It's open world, but on a smaller scale: the city is about ten screens wide, although there's plenty to see in each - stuff to unlock, rooms to ransack, and of course quests to take. These range from dealing with gang activity, to corporate espionage, to general good deeds. All the NPCs you meet are voiced, and while they're not the best the actors inject a lot of character into their roles.

The actual gameplay of Dex mixes up genres quite a bit. You move around the city on a 2D plane, and there's platforming, both mandatory and to reach optional goodies. When fighting enemies, you can either go hand to hand, which functions like a simple beat-em-up, or pull out your guns, also the latter doesn't work so well when most enemies charge for you. I found just punching them worked fine. A lot of the time you'll have to jump into cyber space, where the game shifts to a twin stick shooter as you penetrate a system's defenses. When talking to people there are also some opportunities for a charisma check, ala Fallout.

It's nice the game wanted to mix things up, but although there's variety none of it really excels. By the later parts of the game I found myself running past enemies unless they were seriously in my way or I had to kill them. If you're half-decent at twin-stick games I doubt the hacking will give you much trouble, and even if you die in them all that happens is a bit of health taken off Dex, while your progress in the computer is usually saved.

The whole game in general is quite easy by the time you get access to the augments and later parts of the skill tree, actually: by the end I was a juggernaut with almost twice my starting health, able to take out most enemies in a few combos. If you wanted to challenge yourself you could probably get away with ignoring all the side quests. But I can't say feeling superhuman in a game where transhumanism is a major theme is really a bad thing.

Overall I have to say I liked Dex despite these issues, since while it's not a perfect game it definitely has soul. It also doesn't overstay its welcome, and looks great (some other reviews say the animations are bad, but I never really thought so). Pick it up if you want a cyberpunk game while waiting for 2077.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
33.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 28
One of the best games i have played. Read what the game is about and you should not be disappointed. Not sure why people thumb this game down because of the graphics and animation? if you take two seconds to look at the store page and can go beyond the graphics an amazing story and a very enjoyable game await you.
Might be for the more mature gamer.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
35.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 5
TL/DR Version: a poor man's deus ex, but a good one. Get this gem when it's on sale ! The game has some issues, but none are gamebreaking.

Long Version:

I guess you've watched the trailers and screenshots so you know what this game looks rather talk about the rest.

- the musik is excellent, reminds me of the first deus ex ambient music. Each district has his own ambient music which fit's the theme. This is really good for immersion and makes this game stand out.

- there are 3 endings, depending on your choices. Sadly the game offers no replay value other than trying a second playthrough with a different skilltree and some different choices. Protip: finish the game on melee, then redo it ranged style (it's more difficult). The campaign with all sidequests is about 15 hours.

- the hacking minigame is nice and spices up the game a bit.

- each dialogue is voiced (!!!)

- the combat is a bit bland at first, but becomes better later on, as you invest in skills and learn new tricks.

- speaking of implants, the augmentation system is nice, but really simple. 3 augs are necessary for the game and can be used without investing in the skill...but you can add more implants, for example to see the viewcones of the enemies (if you want to go stealthy). Speaking of stealth, most enemies can be stealth killed so it's definetely worth to go stealth.

- from a pure gameplay aspect, the game is not impressive, but the combination of story, voice acting, music and ambiance makes this a small little gem if you like the cyberpunk genre.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
13.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 7
+Metroid style gameplay
+Bullet-hell gameplay (Hacking)
+Good amount of side quests
+Choices have consequences

-Short game

Very good game, well worth a purchase, has a good cyberpunk settings which immediately makes you feel like its inspired from Deus Ex, which Search Results definitely is not a bad thing, brief summary would be technology has advanced rapidly, people are now having implants and cybernetic augmentations, and are able to "Jack in" into cyberspace which is AR (Augmented Reality) aswell as computer hacking, what makes your character special is you dont need a jack at all, and are able to enter and manipulate cyberspace freely.

Which of course puts you on everyone's hit list and from the get go you are being gunned down only to be saved by a group of hackers who ultimately will show you how to navigate cyberspace.

Either way its great fun to play, multiple ways to execute your missions from being stealthy, gung-ho or hacking everything to turn against your enemies which is always fun.

For the price its well worth a go even if your only slightly interested, I had it sat in my library for a long time, started it on a whim and played it til completion, very enjoyable game.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 10
Recommended for you if:
(a.) Your potato can't play Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
(b.) You loved Deus Ex but always wanted a female character but were not smart enough to mod the game TO have a female character
(c.) You need a new Cyberpunk game fix... you addict
(d.) You are a fan of 2D metroidvania games with stealth. Are you the type that likes the option to not kill anyone?

Interesting world and characters. Obviously aimed toward a more mature audience, plays like you'd imagine a 2D Deus Ex would. Many nods to Deus Ex, Metroid Prime, Watch Dogs and the cult-classic movie called Hackers.

The voice-acting is sometimes great, and sometimes questionable. The combat is decent but it's cool you can play with stealth and perform take-downs and hide in the background behind objects (think Mark Of The Ninja). You can get augmentations and hack stuff too. It's an rpg through and through though so you do have a character sheet to level up and improve certain things. Hack bots, computers an security systems to your benefit ;)

The animation and art style are really cool, I personally love to just watch how the foregrounds communicate with the backgrounds, it adds a certain atmosphere to a game.

Great control response with an Xbox 360 controller. You can choose between 30fps or 60fps and any resolution. Runs like butter, I do recommend you to go blue and jack yourself into this Harbor Prime! -Oh wait...
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
11.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 4
A simple game with a well conceived and executed story. It follows many of the typical cyberpunk tropes (augmentation, megacorporations, borderline distopian misery), but manages to remain engaging and unique while providing room for character customization. The characters are memorable and the environments are immersive; I only wish it had an epilogue.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
11.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 8
The production value of this game is far greater than its price tag. While the combat feels unbaanced in many places this games narrative and polished arcade style enviroment make it a new must-have for cyberpunk fans.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
16.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 7
So you think the game is over. Then it's not. You realize, "Ah, THIS must be the end!" It's not. Still more is throw at you. For a $20 game, Dex has surprising depth and is well worth the money. If you buy it on some sort of sale, it's a steal. In short, buy it, play it, love it. For more detail oriented gamers, a more fleshed out review is below.

Plot: 4/5
Typical futuristic cyberpunk fare with a dash of transcendental philosophy, it was still fun and engaging. The characters were well developed, quests are standard but create the intriguing story, and (unless you save a lot) your actions and dialogue have real consequences. (A couple NPCs may or may not have died by my action/inaction. I take the 5th.) The pacing is quick, and the story resolves itself before the gameplay gets boring or feels like a grind.

Controls: 4/5
I played with K&M, no gamepad. For the most part, controls function well. The only hiccups came more with the 2-D enviroment, navigating stairs and such. In Augmented Reality (AR), the mouse really shined and the strict NSEW format was tailored for the keyboard.

Voice Acting: 5/5
I was really surprised by the voice acting. All dialogue (that I recall) is acted, and most is REALLY well done. The characters are brought to life and they will annoy you, inspire you, and make you laugh.

Graphics: 5/5
Yes, I'm giving visuals a 5/5. You can see screenshots to know what to expect and it doesn't match up to a 3D rendered world of a AAA title. However, for what they are, the visuals are fantastic. The world is detailed ("This is NOT subliminal messaging."), and the setting flows from scene to scene. The still frame cutscenes convey emotion and give the world grit.

Overall: 5/5
Again, I was surprised by the depth and overall quality of Dex. I don't write many reviews, but felt that this was a worthy title. Buy it, full price or on sale, and you won't be disappointed.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
14.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 7
it's not bad.
it's not really open world though like it says it is, but it's still fairly enjoyable.
I bought it on sale, which I think was worth it, but idk if I would say the same about the full price.
If you're a big fan of action RPGs and Cyberpunk (it's essentially shadowrun with no magic and only humans) you should give it a try.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
26.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 6
Cyberpunk RPG with mix of Deus Ex and Metroit!
Right now it's on sale for 5 bucks!

It's a STEAL!
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20.1 hrs
Posted: October 27
Dex is a great game.

The gameplay is great with the main part being a side scroller with a rpg perk system and the hacking segments a top down shooter similar to bullet hells. You are required to make long term decisions by not being able to upgrade every skill or buy every augment in the game, however, I do advise you to upgrade your hacking skill to the maximum because the late game hacking is very tough. As a whole it is very enjoyable and I never found myself getting stuck for too long or raging at the difficulty.

The visuals were instructing, with the style obviously being retro graphics with art panels as cut scenes. I personally loved the portraits that would be displayed when you you talked to a character.

The soundtrack and voice acting were superb. My only complaint resides with the sound during hacking segments mainly the weapon sounds, they sounded like a soft lazier.

The story was good with its twists and surprises, but there are only three endings, a well placed save game lets you see all of them.

The game is about 18-19 hours long.

I do recommend Dex to anyone who is interested in it and I rate it a 8\10.
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3.9 hrs
Posted: October 24
TL;DR: I don't really want to give this game a thumbs down, but I can't give it a thumbs up. It's a fun little story set in a nice cyberpunk setting, but when it comes to the wire the game just isn't that fun.

The good:
The setting is interesting (if not terribly unique). Cyberpunk city with huge corporations taking over everything and a heavy handed government that hates internet porn and Stephen Colbert. There are a ton of quests to do, and from what I could tell there were usually multiple ways to finish them. The skill tree caters to different play styles, and you'll be rewarded for what you choose. Hacking provides a very real challenge, and when it is done well (because there are times when it definitely was not) you feel like you've actually accomplished something.

The bad:
The melee combat is simplistic and boring, which is disappointing because the ranged combat is so badly optimized I feel it had to be intentional. You're supposed to rely on stealth, which means you wait for someone to turn around, run after them and press T to do an instant takedown. Also, sometimes you'll be doing a stealth run and you'll walk through a door to a guard staring you in the face. This game also has KOTOR syndrome to the absolute maximum, where each quest giver will talk your ear off with inconsequential dialogue, and the important information will be lost in a sea of exposition. I love story based games, but half the game is you listening to people talk. The hacking (which is supposed to be a main part of the game) is just a top down shoot-em-up, and anyone who plays shoot-em-ups knows that mobility is the key to survival, right? Then why does this game throw endless waves of enemies at you and expect you to sit still in one area long enough to hack something?

The okay:
The animation isn't very good, but it's got its charm. The run cycle is particularly annoying, as Dex raises her fists each time she stops moving. The voice acting isn't anything to write home about but its good enough not to be irritating.
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13.8 hrs
Posted: October 22
If Gunpoint and Deus Ex had a baby, it would look a little like this. :-D

Sure, it's really easy to compare this to Deus Ex - the cyberpunk theme, the beautiful background music, the transhumanism... But this is a great game on its own.

It's not a long game by any stretch of the imagination, but it's definitely worth playing. So if you can't afford it right now, pick it up when it's next on sale. I highly recommend it.

PS:- Grab the free outfits dlc, and make sure it's installed before you begin. You'll still have to uncover them in the game to access them, but they're pretty handy - and there's no point waiting until you've almost completed the game to hear about, then go acquire the thing (like I did. :-p )
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13.5 hrs
Posted: October 21
This game is really well thought, has some really addicting features and tthe story is really well made. If i were to make a critique, i'd say the combat could be improved but definetely it doesn't hinder the game in anything.
I'd also support another game in the same universe with caracter creation and more customization because it would be awesome!
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51.0 hrs
Posted: October 21
After having played this game from beginning to end I have to say it more than lived up to what I could have reasonably expected. The setting is excellent the story excellent the inventory and gameplay excellent and then there is the gfx again excellent. I do realise that it may sound like I am gushing praise on this game and if it seems like that it is simply because it eanred it. First the good price value, in todays game envirnment it is good to see a game developer take its time and do it right. The side scrolling gameplay mechanics are very similer to the old school snes and genisis classic Flashback but with a number of enhancments. As for the future dystopian society verging on callapse with cyberpunk net hacking stealth themed gameplay......brilliant just brilliant. So, do i recommend spending your money and playing it? the answere simply is yes absolutly yes.
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5.7 hrs
Posted: October 20
- Cool Concept and atmosphere
- Great Story
- Nice Still Graphics
- Open world

- Jagged animations
- No visual indication of things you can climb down or doors you can walk into vs things you can't
- No visual indication of many hazards until you die (maybe missing sprite bug)
- Many Game-breaking bugs on Linux make it painfully unplayable:
- Iinvisible text that yout have to guess where it is to click on it
- Invisible enemies, hazards or other sprites
- Saves get corrupted frequently
- Saves don't actually save everything
- Saves just don't work at all sometimes
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18.7 hrs
Posted: October 16
Достаточно играбельный кибер-панк RPG-платформер, не смотря на линейность и короткий геймплей.
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12.2 hrs
Posted: October 16
2D sidescrolling RPG with a cyberpunk setting. Gives me serious Deus Ex vibes.

Presentation is top-notch. Whether you're in the busy streets of Chinatown or the red light district, the visuals, camera zoom, and music all come together to immerse you in the world. You'll feel like a tiny person in a huge neon city, or a customer in a dank little munitions shop. Quest and shop NPCs are also fully voice-acted and help to flesh out the city. It's just one city but from rich lawyers to rambling hobos, everyone sounds the part.

Gameplay is average. You get melee and guns. Guns are only good for shooting shooting security cameras. Early game, your melee ability is limited to two weak jabs. However, you fight enemies who can block forever and will hit you with crowbars, chains, guns and super armored kicks. Late game is way easier because you unlock unblockable attacks, huge damage buffs and regeneration. Combat actually feels fluid after unlocking all of that, but it takes a while.

Content is good. Lots of side quests, different ways to solve things and some plot-influencing choices. Story is linear for the most part, but engaging all the same.

Conclusion: Worth it at full price.
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14.9 hrs
Posted: October 14
Did I enjoy the game? Well, yes...overall. It did take me a bit to become engaged, as you begin by basically being thrown into the deep-end of WTF am I supposed to do. But, slowly, over the course of the first 2-3 hours, you familiarize yourself with the playstyle and overall arc.

Would I recommend? It depends. To what game or games can I compare? Is it a Deus-Ex in 2-D from what I hear? I can't tell you, as I've only really played the first hour of the most recent Deus-Ex outing. I can tell you it feels like an Indie cyberpunk game with more RPG than action. There are 2 distinct modes in which you play - this really doesn't compare to any game. You play as Dex, the female (like) protaganist on 2 feet; then, it becomes a shooter via Dex's hacking skills. As you progress through the game, you gain critical augmentations that definitely enhance your abilities to the point of virtual ease. There is only one difficulty setting, and, I can tell you, after the first several hours, makes the game fairly easy. However, the story is appealing and holds your interest. Regarding the story, there is one caveat that may be a deal-breaker for some - the game is very dialogue heavy, and, even though it is a light RPG, there isn't a whole lot of variety in how you respond during these dialogues, i.e., the outcome isn't really affected all that much by your decisions. It does have some cool missions outside of the main story that are intriguing that may make up for the heavy dialogue.

In summary, you may like the game. I chose "Yes" to recommend, as it does fall more in the positive category than the negative. The fighting and shooting controls are a bit wonky, but there is a definite pattern to every enemy which unfolds fairly quickly, and becomes quite easy to decipher throughout the game. I felt it paralleled a little game called Ghost 1.0 in both story and feel, however Ghost offers a bit tighter control-scheme. I bought the game for $5 on sale - I would suggest purchasing the game at this price level v. the full $15. The game with some extras, as I played it, does add up to approximately 13 hours, so the length isn't an issue. The cheaper price level comes in its lack of replayability and its relative easiness. Actually, this is the first game I've reviewed on which I'm fairly neutral. Pick it up for cheap.
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11.7 hrs
Posted: October 12
Overall a worthwhile day of gaming. May play again some day (though there's only one meaningful plot decision you make in the endgame, I could play again with different upgrades and strategies).

* Cool platform gameplay
* Really feel the impact of your enhancements
* Interesting story
* Lots of upgrades, options, different strategies that you can use
* The hacking game and AR game were fun (not *serious* hacking mini-games by any means, but hey it's a game)

* Some really unintuitive mechanics when dropping down/jumping up between platforms
* Guns are pretty samey really
* Unclear weapon aiming makes guns awkward to use around cover, and they are badly nerfed by mobs of melee enemies
* The final choices are both stupid and evil (kill a bunch of people, or enslave a bunch of people... how about just letting them live and freeing them guys? why couldn't I pick a good option?)
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