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 overview, first billed only:
Jay Anthony Franke ...
J.C. Denton / Paul Denton / Sailor (voice) (as Jay Franke)
Ralph Barbagallo ...
Doctor (voice)
Chad Bannon ...
Leslie Bell ...
Alexander Brandon ...
Eddie Chan ...
Ann Chi ...
Kimberli Hudson ...
Charlotte / Savage's Assistant / Clinic Sick Woman / Computer Voice / Female / Female Hostage / Hotel Maid / Nurse (voice) (as Kimberli Daniels)
Jen Emert ...
Hooker / Sally / Dance Gir (voice)
Joey Franke ...
Richard Zangrande Gaubert ...
Alex Jacobson / Doctor Moreau / Savage Assistant / Scientist / Scientist Consulting / Street Bum (voice) (as Richard Gaubert)
Geoff Gault ...
Billy / Josh / Kid / Mole Kid (voice)
John William Galt ...
Bertrand Glandier ...
Antoine / Jean / Jocques / Joshua / Renault / Bums / Cafe Chef / Guy / Silhouette Hostage / Metro Cop (voice)


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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22 June 2000 (USA)  »

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 »


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 »


JC Denton: [to a guest in a French hostel] How are the drinks here?
Various Characters: Great, if you like rat piss.
JC Denton: Never tried it.
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Best Game ever
14 March 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A deadly virus, The Grey Death, is ravaging a futuristic world (where science might have gone too far) and it is the US government that is using it to cull world population and make a profit by selling the vaccine to the wealthy.

As JC Denton, you must travel the world, solve countless problems and battle loads of foes to find out more, constantly uncovering new facts and changing sides as you go.

Deus Ex is one of the first games where you can make moral and tactical decisions that effect the story and it is partly this, along with: an incredibly diverse group of supporting characters, the ability to both customise yourself (using nano augmentations) and your weapons, the interesting moral dilemmas that the twisting story raises in the player and the continuous references to things like: other games, classic literature, films and philosophical works that makes it such a great game. but the underlying feeling you get from playing the game is one of complete immersion into a wonderful yet darkly twisted world.

I have played Deus Ex many many times and have discovered something new on each occasion. i think it is this that makes Deus ex the greatest game ever and this that will mean it is still the greatest game ever in 5, 10, 15, 100... years time.


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