Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Day One Edition - Xbox One

ESRB Rating: Mature
Blood, Drug reference, Intense violence, Partial nudity, Sexual themes, Strong language, Use of alcohol
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Overview

What's Included


  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Day One Edition

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
94% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (489 out of 523)

Product Details


  • Developer: Eidos Montreal
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Platform: Xbox One
  • Genre: Action and Adventure
  • Release Date: 08/23/2016

Synopsis


Hack into the world's top corporations using the Breach mode on Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (Day 1 Edition) for Xbox One, and gather the funds to avenge the acts of the Aug Incident. A covert agent pack and an extra mission add to the adventure in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (Day 1 Edition).

Features


Exclusive Content Day One Edition

Secure the Day One Edition to obtain all the following items: Covert Agent Pack, Digital OST Sampler, Extra In-Game Mission and Digital Books.

Includes new game mode: Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Breach.

As a Ripper, a hacker in the year 2029, your objective is to obtain and sell highly classified corporate data by infiltrating some of the world’s most secure servers, using the funds you acquire to upgrade both your skills and arsenal.

Explore the renowned world, where the decisions you make and the actions you take play a crucial role in determining the game’s outcome.

Choose between combat, stealth, social, and hacking approaches to achieve your objectives.

Mankind Divided also introduces Black Market augmentations that, while illegal, can grant you access to unique and powerful benefits that no legal augmentations can provide.

Become the ultimate augmented covert agent.

Choose from a vast array of cutting edge weapons and augmentations, customizing them exactly to your desired specifications.

Unlock new abilities, increase your stealth, social, hacking or combat skills, and determine how you want your character to evolve in order to fit your play style.

Explore diverse locations and discover a near future setting where the fate of humanity hangs in the balance.

The oppression of the mechanically augmented has created a climate of fear and resentment, resulting in an escalation of crime and acts of terror.

Amid all the chaos, secret organizations are working behind the scenes, attempting to manipulate and control the fate of mankind.

For 1 player.



Customer rating

4.3
94%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    While Short On The Story Overall A Decent Game.

    Posted
    jason
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    Had a fun time playing Deus Ex:Human Revolution that I felt this was worth getting too and while the story is blander then the first game overall I got what I wanted so no real complaints to speak about. Being a big time fine of tech anime(Ghost In The Shell/Apple Seed/Vexille) has always made me interested in these types of games and genre and the atmosphere of the game has you feeling like your part of that universe. The gameplay is pretty simple once you learn and the upgrade skill tree is pretty easy to learn as well it's not as complicated as you'd first think. The graphics/effects/sound are incredible though the character model animations are good to alright in some of the cutscenes where you see the characters talk as half the time they look to be proper Gen8 console animated and other times lesser to a degree. Not to say that makes it a bad game but you do wonder why the developers seemed to be unbalanced on that area. Like with Splinter Cell:Black List you can go stealth or guns blazing depending on your strategy and though you're not penalized for your choice the game does seem to favor the more stealthy approach more then the others. Also the game promotes supposedly the choice/consequence mechanic where you make a choice at certain areas in the main story mission and depending on your choice you'll have a different effect for that choice though the story ending seems to hardly change regardless what you choose. If you like the first game you'll have fun with this game though again a little short on the story mode but fun nonetheless if you didn't care for the first game or are not a fan of first person style games then you'll probably want to pass this one over.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A game worth most of its price

    Posted
    Tjay
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    Games like this now a days aren't worth the $60 they charge this game does a fairly good job of keeping you entertained. For example there are multiple endings that are based on what you do or don't do. I played the entire game twice through and had 2 different results. So of those side missions are only activated by roaming around talking or doing particular things. The news reporter at the end of the game will makes remakes based on those choices. Cons are few. One is once you unlock enough parts of your tech the game doesn't challenge you. Even on the harder difficulty the catch is you have to be mindful about which ones you choose. But by 70% of the way through the game if you also completed enough side mission you will almost be unstoppable. My first time completed i was 90% through all the upgrades I could purchase. The game is only really hard if you make it hard if your a stealthy and patience you could beat the game on any difficulty without being killed There are minor unpolished things like when you drag enemies into a corner or throw them so they can't be detected they have no smoothness to it they don't drag or drop like a body should things like that but over all its good being that you choose the outcome and how people talk to you is based on what you already know or you could go into a conversation and not get any clues because you didn't do x,y or z makes it fun

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great game

    Posted
    Pudro
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    For anyone who hasn't played these titles it is a FPS with puzzle elements that you can either blast your way through or sneak through. I always tend to play any game that gives options in a barbaric, kill them all, even the civilians manner. this game, unlike many others makes that extremely challenging. the AI is extremely smart and will go around different object, or shoot through things to hit you. running away is an option, except they tend to surround you and they will follow you across the map. Speaking of the map, it is a little quirky and the quest icons can be a little annoying at first, but you get used to it quickly. Good variety of weapons and the augmentations are always fun. There is a bit of a learning curve if new to this game, but all in all it is fantastic to play and gives you good replayability since you can go through all stealth (including talking your way out of boss fights), blast your way through, or a combination of both. Definitely a game worth investing in.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great action, fun stealth

    Posted
    MugsyBogus
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    I'm a fan of the Deus Ex franchise, but hated human revolution for their lopsided boss battles. The areas felt small and too linear. They improved that with mankind divided though. The areas are much larger now, lots of customization available. Graphically, it looks great and the gameplay mechanics are solid. Story is very interesting and really makes you think about the whole pro/anti aug world of deus ex. Lots of side missions to take a part of that feel different (some games have very pointless and repetitive side missions that don't offer anything to the overall game experience). There is pretty high replay value, because there's certain decisions that effect the games ending and it takes more than one play through to unlock all the upgrades (which are pretty cool). If you've never played a deus ex game before, no worries, they fill you in with a 10 min video (you don't have to watch it, but I do recommend it). Weapon upgrading is pretty good too, but you have limited inventory space, so choose wisely. Overall, if you like games like mass effect or fallout, you'll like this.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    More Jensen, More Deus Ex

    Posted
    mrjavascript
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    This game is a direct sequel to the 2011 game Deus Ex Human Revolution. Adam Jensen is back and this time he's in Prague, dealing with the events that took place after Panchea happened in Human Revolution. Mankind Divided is a Deus Ex game, and on the current gen consoles the game is beautiful. I ran into some frame rate issues on the Xbox One, but other than that the game is great. My main gripe is with the "single use" microtransactions that the publisher decided to add, but I was able to finish the campaign without having to go to the market place for additional Praxis kits. The other common complaint people have is with the short length of the story, but I didn't consider that an issue. I love Mankind Divided, and I also went out and grabbed the additional expansions released in the season pass, "System Rift" (featuring Francis Pritchard) and "Criminal Past", both of these coming highly recommended from me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A Sequel Divided

    Posted
    Acadius
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    When the previous Deus Ex came out in 2011, I was impressed by the detail and choices that were given when approaching missions. Mankind Divided delivers all of that and more. Let me say that the visuals are so much better and that's beyond the reasoning of it being on current gen systems. There is detail in everything which makes the game more immersive from my point of view. If you haven't played the previous Deus Ex Human Revolution then not to worry, there's a 12 minute summary video within the game that brings you up to date on the plot (which is too much detail for me to get into for a review like this). Voice acting is great and the controls are far more improved than the previous game which allows more ease for the player and focusing on other methods of playing certain missions. If you are looking for a futuristic game that feels like it's grounded in a plausible reality, then Mankind Divided is your answer.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Well not really sure

    Posted
    Hecker
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    This is a new game system on a new tv, with a person who is challenged electronically. So my inability to figure out how to turn the game system on is probably not a good guide. I also did not understand why the game system needed to download. When I had my last system we just popped the cartridge in and loaded it up. I mean remember Pong? It was hours of fun. Then PacMan came along and we'd be busy for hours. Then they every sexy Ms. Pacman came next and ohlala... was that ever racy?!?!!!! Pitfall with the cream color face swinging over the green blobs in what was to be a lake... I loved that. So I miss my old game system and look forward to someone dusting off the new one when it's not in use by the kids stopping by.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Decent Sequel

    Posted
    cryonax
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    I have been a long time fan of the series. The graphics of this latest game are much improved over Human Revolution. Their world map appeared small, but there were several layers to them, with several missions. It was not entirely an open world, but it was open enough to where you did not have to follow the same path each playthrough. My biggest complaint was that there were several bugs, some were very nearly game bricking. One in particular forced me to stop playing the game for a few months. During that time, Square Enix was able to create a patch that fixed the problem, and allowed me to finish my playthrough without further interruption. Even with the bugs, I would still recommend the game.

    I would recommend this to a friend



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