Deus Ex (2000)

Video Game  -  Action | Mystery | Sci-Fi  -  22 June 2000 (USA)
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In a dark cyberpunk future where poverty, disease, oppression and terrorism are widespread, J.C. Denton, a new cybernetically-enhanced special agent, finds evidence of a massive conspiracy when his brother, also an agent, goes rogue.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jay Anthony Franke ...
J.C. Denton / Paul Denton / Sailor (voice) (as Jay Franke)
Cliff Stephens ...
Bob Page / Cop / Ford Schick (voice)
John William Galt ...
Joseph Manderley / Jock / Tracer Tong / Black Helicopter / Lucius De Beers (voice) (as John Gault)
Tom Hall ...
Walton Simons / Howard Strong / Morpheus / Bar Man Vince / Clinic Bum (voice)
Sean Hennigan ...
Jaime Reyes / Juan Lebedev / Morgan Everett / Sam Carter / Kevin Bradley / Terrorists / Bar Sailor / Clinic Bum / MJ12 Lab Nanotech scientist / Veteran (voice)
Jeff Groteboer ...
Gunther Hermann / MJ12 Lab Doctor (voice)
Richard Zangrande Gaubert ...
Alex Jacobson / Doctor Moreau / Savage Assistant / Scientist / Scientist Consulting / Street Bum (voice) (as Richard Gaubert)
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Anna Navarre / Janice Reed / Maggie Chow / Agathe / Aimee / Annette / Dr. Brittany Prinzler / Female Clinic Bum / MJ12 Lab Assistant / MJ12 Lab Bio-Weapon Scientist / MJ12 Lab Computer Scientist / MJ12 Lab Genetic Scientist / MJ12 Lab Psionics Scientist / Mole Female (voice) (as Carolyn McCormack)
Randy Tallman ...
Stanton Dowd / Charlie Fann / Dr. Pinkerton / Rene / Card Player / Mechanic / MJ12 Commando / MJ12 Lab Troop Barracks / Mole (voice)
Peter Marquardt ...
Ray / Tony Mares / Helios / Icarus / Male Hostage / Company Man / Man (voice)
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Nicolette DuClare / Tiffany Savage / Carla Brown / Carmille / Carmela / Cassandra / Hela / Kristy / Michelle / O / Park Bum Female / Scientist Female Consulting / Secretary / Sick Woman / Sub Hostage Female / Woman in Black / Clinic Secretary / Drinking Woman (voice)
Maxence Tilliette ...
Chad Dumier / Toby Atanwe / Kiergard Tarot / Raymond / Club Security / Hostel Cop / Leone / Metro Station Cop / Metro Technician / MJ12 Lab Biotech Scientist / Night Manager / Silhouette Member (voice) (as Maxence Tillitette)
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Harley Filben / Defoe / Sven / UNATCO Troops / Bodyguard / Brawl Cop / Bum / Drinking Man / Gatekeeper / Market HK Military / Mechanic / Man in Black / MJ12 Lab Physics / Mole Person / Power Guy / Scientist Male / Cathedral Chef (voice)
Ralph Barbagallo ...
Doctor (voice)
Chad Bannon ...
Guard / Mechanic Special / Man in Black Chatting / Man in Black Special (voice)
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Storyline

In the near future, cybernetic upgrades are becoming available, armed bots are used for peacekeeping, a new plague is spreading around the world and riots and terrorism are rampant. Special agent J.C. Denton uncovers a worldwide conspiracy. Written by Anonymous

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Real Conspiracies. Severe Consequences. Intense Action Role-Playing. See more »


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Also Known As:

Deus Ex: The Conspiracy  »

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Much of the game's content makes reference to Greek mythology or history. See more »

Goofs

In the "New Dark Ages" ending, Bob Page looks bewildered and asks Helios what's happening. This in spite of the fact that, within the game itself, he was begging JC to not overload the reactor just moments before. This discontinuity is probably due to the ending being pre-rendered before the level design was finalized. See more »

Quotes

JC Denton: You mechs may have copper wiring to re-route your fear of pain, but I've got nerves of steel.
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Followed by Deus Ex: Invisible War (2003) See more »

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27 May 2004 | by (Great White North) – See all my reviews

The best way for me to describe the tremendous impact this game had on me is

through anecdotal details from my experience playing it through for the first time:

Back in 2000, when this game was released, I didn't have the means to run it at home, and so I "borrowed" my parent's Mac. I basically moved back in at the

time, just for this. Those days, I was in a particularly busy time at work, and yet I would think of nothing else but DX all day, until I finally got "home", and eagerly loaded this masterpiece for another night of completely immerse

fantasy. I completed the "game", on Realistic mode, in just under three weeks, with nightly sessions ending - typically - at 5:30 AM, leaving me just enough time to sleep two hours in preparation for work the next day. By the end of that three-week period, I was so completely and utterly exhausted, I actually

believed I was going to have a cardiac episode driving to work - at the age of 26! I didn't regret the idea for a second.

Well, my folks had their computer set up on a makeshift table with a plywood

surface, the edge of which was rather sharp, and so uncomfortable for the

undersides of your wrists, should you leave them resting there for too long

without a break. One night, so immersed was I in my experience, that this edge had actually managed to break the skin on my mouse-hand wrist, drawing

blood, and I didn't notice until I went to bed.

Enough said. This game succeeds in accomplishing all the goals which should be part and parcel of the basic mission of entertainment, and the manifesto of

gaming in particular.

No matter how great other games may have been, before and since, no other

experience to date has held a candle to this.

It's only too bad you can never go home again.


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