Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, AKA The Value of Choice Deus Ex games are interesting experiences, because they tend to include and explore a variety of game mechanics, moods, storytelling methods, and morality choices that are, while not unique, very difficult to compare with other non-Deus Ex games. The real aspect of these games that make them unique, is choice. The choice to not only be a good guy or a bad guy on some binary scale (renegade / paragon, I’m looking at you,) but t
Valley: The Beauty of Life and Death Valley is one of those games that just feels right. The wonders this game manages to produce in such a short time are nothing less than exceptional. In my measly four hours of play time, I managed to complete the main storyline, explore freely, and gather enough secrets to sate my appetite. Pacing, graphics, voice acting and music, exploration; all very well executed, and somehow Blue Isle Studios managed to blend them together seamlessly.