Reviewing Deus Ex Go
The latest of the Square Enix Go series, the Deus Ex Go combines puzzle games with stealth and adventure gaming. In this game, users will control Deus Ex protagonist Adam Jensen and navigate their way through the array of obstacles.
Just as you would strategically move a chess piece, you must move Jensen and use calculated moves to take out enemies or avoid them and reach the exit of that level.
Many of the roadblocks require you to hack your way past them by visiting a terminal and drawing a path between it and the object you want to manipulate. Several levels require to use the tactical thinking of a hacker and manipulate their way through the level by using terminals to unveil hidden sections of a stage.
Visually, Deus Ex Go has a futuristic and minimalistic look. The narrative unfolds over a series of levels all built into one mission. Though the story isn’t as immersive as one would hope, the puzzles are challenging enough to keep you moving through the levels and till the end.
Each week there is a new set of puzzles with five levels each that is offered by Deus Ex Go. The game offers one challenge in every level which requires you to solve the given puzzle using a limited number of moves.
The game allows you to pay for solutions to puzzles, however priced at 3 dollars for two solutions and 10 dollars for 25 solutions, this is not only an expensive option but it also ruins almost half of the game (54 levels in all).
While Deus Ex Go certainly has its faults, it is still a fun game that feels rewarding when you effectively solve a puzzle.
Picture courtesy – gamespot.com
by techtalks @TechTalks September 26, 2016 5:15 AM UTC