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Published on July 18th, 2011 | by Dan

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>Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Too much Stealth?

>The video out today from the developers of Deus Ex: Human Revolution show off the stealth aspect of the game. It is a very cool way to play the game, but why would you want to? They reveal that you can play through the entire game with stealth except for boss fights.

I’m all for a challenge or if you want to role-play a ninja or something, but why would you want to avoid everything action? This would be intense until I got bored with it after 30 minutes. It’s probably best to vary your style to the environment you are in at that point in the game.
Regardless, to each his own play style is a good idea, perhaps slightly overdone here, but a nice alternative.
Kotaku: You can play through all of Deus Ex without fighting

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3 Responses to >Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Too much Stealth?

  1. RizziSmoov says:

    >"why would you want to avoid everything action?"

    Because you can, there's not much else I can say.
    It's the choice being able to go guns blazing or being a cybernetically enhanced ninja and further augmenting yourself to be a more efficient one that makes the Deus Ex series stand out.

    It's like if a big shooter fan asked me why I liked for example the Breath of Fire or Final Fantasy series, I'd tell them but they won't like it.

  2. Peter Krivicich says:

    >So I'm gonna go ahead and suppose you never tried playing through any of the Metal Gear Solid games without ever being spotted or killing an enemy? I know MGS is a stealth action game, but playing through MGS4 without being spotted, using a health kit, killing an enemy, or using a continue was a pretty big rush.

  3. Paul says:

    >Meh, I stealthed through Oblivion except when I couldn't and I had plenty of fun in that game. (350 hours on console lol).

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