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Cast overview, first billed only:
Elias Toufexis ... Adam Jensen (voice)
Victoria Sanchez ... Alejandra Vega (voice)
Chimwemwe Miller Chimwemwe Miller ... Elias Chikane (voice)
Vernon Wells ... Jim Miller (voice)
James A. Woods ... Viktor Marchenko (voice)
Peter Serafinowicz ... Duncan MacReady (voice)
Karl Graboshas ... Václav Koller (voice)
Mylène Dinh-Robic ... Delara Auzenne (voice) (as Mylene Dinh Robic)
Alex Ivanovici ... Talos Rucker (voice)
Sonja Ball Sonja Ball ... Allison Beatrice Stanek (voice)
Vlasta Vrana ... Otar Botkoveli (voice)
Rick Miller Rick Miller ... David Sarif (voice)
Angela Galuppo ... Aria Argento / Additional Voices (voice)
Scott Humphrey ... Brian Rourke / Ivan Berk / Additional Voices / Inmates - A Criminal Past DLC (voice)
Graham Cuthbertson Graham Cuthbertson ... Daniel 'Smiley' Fletcher (voice)
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Set two years after Human Revolution in 2029. Adam Jensen is faced with the aftermath of the Aug Incident and the impact of his decision on how to resolve it. He feels as though the choice he made resulted in failure. Following Hugh Darrow's hijacking of the bio-chip signal, augmented people across the world were forced to violently attack those around them. The public is outraged by this event and they therefore aggressively oppose mechanical augmentation. This results in a divided world, where mechanically augmented humans are forcibly separated from non-augmented ones. Written by Eidos Montreal

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Sometimes you have to embrace, what you've become.


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English

Release Date:

23 August 2016 (USA) See more »

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided See more »

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Tokyo, Japan

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Follows Deus Ex: Human Revolution (2011) See more »

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A great game, for like 3 hours...
18 June 2018 | by yoshi-whitbySee all my reviews

I was really enjoying this game. Honestly I was. A sci-fi RPG set in a dark future, with cyborgs, adventure and guns. What's not to love right? I was having an 8/10 or higher level of fun while playing it. But then I hit about 20% og the way into the game, and realized I had been robbed. I got this game years after release, and was able to pick it up in a supermarket for the low price of £10, and I still feel totally, UTTERLY ripped off. I got to about 20% of the way into the game, to discover the credits rolling. "no" I thought to myself "there's... there's no way that's the end right? already? I mean... I only just started it? right?" I was utterly appealed at how short this game was. It's not a full release, its like an extended demo, its like A short spin-off game. I loved the world of Deus Ex, but if this is the length the games are, I'll not bother to play another again. It couldn't have been more that 8-10 hours of play, surely? For the amount of actual content, I would say this should be priced at like £4.99 brand new or something, as a short game to download on PSN. I feel stolen from that I paid so much for such a short game. I expected this to the be the end of the first act of five, not the end of the whole game. Outrageously short.


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