Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Square Enix, 2011)

Human Revolution

Adam Jensen is thrust into a world of human augmentation and biotechnology-directed evolution, with the trajectory of the human race resting squarely on his shoulders.  Step into increasingly relevant debates about the future of technology and humankind with analyses of “Deus Ex:  Human Revolution.”

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