History Fridge / DeusExHumanRevolution

27th Sep '15 9:53:35 PM Lightning4119
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* Seems somewhat lessened by the Director's Cut giving you the option to go totally non-lethal, but the ButThouMust aspect of having to kill the bosses is probably the game's way of telling us that yeah, Jensen's mostly a pacifist, but he ''really really wants to kill these people''.
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* Seems somewhat lessened by the Director's Cut giving you the option to go totally non-lethal, but the ButThouMust aspect of having to kill the bosses is probably the game's way of telling us that yeah, Jensen's mostly a pacifist, but he ''really really wants to kill these people''. After all, they're the reason he nearly died and lost Megan.
22nd Sep '15 11:03:55 PM Kalaong
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** I don't think Adam's eyes were replaced, since they look fairly ordinary through the game, plus if they had been he wouldn't nee the [CoolShades].
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** I don't think Adam's eyes were replaced, since they look fairly ordinary through the game, plus if they had been he wouldn't nee need the [CoolShades].CoolShades.
19th Sep '15 10:55:40 AM infernape612
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** You'd think so, but the situation is ''already'' ridiculous. [[spoiler:men IRL have been forced to pay child support to women without authorizing use of their "genetic material". In one 1997 case, they had oral, with a condom, and she took it to dispose of.]] [[http://www.supportguidelines.com/articles/art199903.html]]
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** You'd think so, but the situation is ''already'' ridiculous. [[spoiler:men IRL have been forced to pay child support to women without authorizing use of their "genetic material". In one 1997 case, they had oral, with a condom, and she took it to dispose of.]] [[http://www.supportguidelines.com/articles/art199903.html]]html]] * After getting augmented, Adam takes up smoking in order to deal with the stress, since his augmentations allow his lungs to ignore the normally harmful effects of smoking. Sounds reasonable - except that [[VideoGame/DeusEx 25 years later]], when JC Denton and his state-of-the-art nano-augs try some cigarettes, he kills himself within ten packs! How does this make sense?
1st Sep '15 3:10:05 PM Kalaong
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** You'd think so, but [[spoiler:men IRL have been forced to pay child support to women without authorizing use of their "genetic material". In one 1997 case, [[http://www.supportguidelines.com/articles/art199903.html they had oral, with a condom, and she took it to dispose of]]. The situation is ''already'' ridiculous.]]
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** You'd think so, but the situation is ''already'' ridiculous. [[spoiler:men IRL have been forced to pay child support to women without authorizing use of their "genetic material". In one 1997 case, they had oral, with a condom, and she took it to dispose of.]] [[http://www.supportguidelines.com/articles/art199903.html they had oral, with a condom, and she took it to dispose of]]. The situation is ''already'' ridiculous.]]html]]
21st Jul '15 2:46:03 AM TinMan
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* How is it that the events of this game, as in world-shattering events that changed the course of human history, don't seem to have any impact on the original? It's almost like people have completely forgotten that they ever happened. That's because they did or rather they were manipulated into doing so. With control over Picus and an AI tasked with altering what people are talking about, possibly even thinking about, it would be child's play for the Illuminati to rewrite history to serve their purpose.
15th Jun '15 7:47:01 AM VenomLancerHae
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9th May '15 3:50:58 PM Raikoh
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** Actually, the arm was lost in the same skiing accident (I think it was a skiing accident) that cost him the easy use of his legs. That's why he's got that big [=cane/crutch=] thing that he [[spoilers: used to defend himself on Panchea]].
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** Actually, the arm was lost in the same skiing accident (I think it was a skiing accident) that cost him the easy use of his legs. That's why he's got that big [=cane/crutch=] thing that he [[spoilers: [[spoiler: used to defend himself on Panchea]]. * "It's not the end of the world, but you can see it from here." Dramatic a quote though it was, one could say that it was an obvious hint towards the dystopia that Deus Ex would become. With VideoGame/DeusExMankindDivided kicking off only two years later and the world already receding into a global crisis, however, perhaps it was far more immediate foreshadowing than we realized - [[spoiler: the events at Panchea ultimately may not of been the sole reason, but whatever Adam did there really did act as the trigger to the smoking gun that causes the mass anti-Aug sentiment and prompted the steady decline over the next several decades with no one to stand in the Illuminati's way anymore.]]
7th May '15 11:00:06 AM Lightning4119
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* Seems somewhat lessened by the Director's Cut giving you the option to go totally non-lethal, but the ButThouMust aspect of having to kill the bosses is probably the game's way of telling us that yeah, Jensen's mostly a pacifist, but he ''really really wants to kill these people''.

* Seems somewhat lessened by the Director's Cut giving you the option to go totally non-lethal, but the ButThouMust aspect of having to kill the bosses is probably the game's way of telling us that yeah, Jensen's mostly a pacifist, but he ''really really wants to kill these people''.
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* Seems somewhat lessened by the Director's Cut giving you the option to go totally non-lethal, but the ButThouMust aspect of having to kill the bosses is probably the game's way of telling us that yeah, Jensen's mostly a pacifist, but he ''really really wants to kill these people''.
7th May '15 10:58:25 AM Lightning4119
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* Hugh Darrow is missing an arm but nothing in the game tells you why. However Hugh Darrow is not only the inventor of Augmentation but also one of the few people so screwed by genetics that he can never use them. How did he find this out? After lopping off his own arm in an attempt to use one of the augmentations only to find out (horrifyingly) that his body will always reject it. No wonder he despises Augmented people so much.
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* Hugh Darrow is missing an arm but nothing in the game tells you why. However Hugh Darrow is not only the inventor of Augmentation but also one of the few people so screwed by genetics that he can never use them. How did he find this out? After lopping off his own arm in an attempt to use one of the augmentations only to find out (horrifyingly) that his body will always reject it. No wonder he despises Augmented people so much. much. ** Actually, the arm was lost in the same skiing accident (I think it was a skiing accident) that cost him the easy use of his legs. That's why he's got that big [=cane/crutch=] thing that he [[spoilers: used to defend himself on Panchea]]. * Seems somewhat lessened by the Director's Cut giving you the option to go totally non-lethal, but the ButThouMust aspect of having to kill the bosses is probably the game's way of telling us that yeah, Jensen's mostly a pacifist, but he ''really really wants to kill these people''.
14th Feb '15 8:46:37 AM JohnPeacekeeper
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* After playing through the whole trilogy, I wondered why Malik's BE-E VTOL seemed more advanced than the respective aircrafts the protagonists used 25 and 45 years later. Economic crises aside, after recalling that Malik was the only pilot who was easily spotted and [[spoiler: shot down by a single guy on a rooftop (and the enemy knowing they would be coming doesn't make too much difference, since that same fact was the same for the Dentons' pilots as the story advanced)]] I realized that while the BE-E seems more advanced, it's actually more AwesomeButImpractical with its LOUD and BRIGHT engines, unstealthy design, and inferior maneuverability if compared to the Harrier. While Jock's SH-187 stealth helicopter and Ava's black helicopter probably can't match it in speed or distance, given their vehicle class, they certainly are a lot stealthier and can stay off the radar better.
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