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Deus Ex: Invisible War Videos and Trailers - PC

Deus Ex: Invisible War
Game Description:Following the events of the original Deus Ex the world has entered a period of recovery. In this weakened state, dangerous military groups from around the world have begun plotting global domination and it's your job to fight to ensure that the world can rebuild safely. Experience an unprecedented level of freedom in Invisible War as players can decide their own unique strategy; choose to fight with guns, negotiate, hack computers or rely on stealth. Obtain a slew of useful tools and biomods, which allow you to run faster, leap 40 ft in the air, see through walls and much more. Breathtaking graphics set a new standard for realism in a First-Person-Shooter.
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