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Deus Ex 2: Deus Ex Returna 360

Deus Ex 2: Deus Ex Returna



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In today's Scripted Gamer Fred and Bob discuss Deus Ex 2. Or as they like to call it, Deus Ex Returna.

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Scene: Bob and Fred are sat on a sofa with two PS3 controllers.

Fred: Well that was marvelous wasn't it.

Bob: You know Fred I completely agree, who would have thought that buying a simple scratch card would lead to such wondrous and great adventures and give us a really good reason for being absent for 5 months!

Fred: Indeed, and what fun it was, meeting the Dalai llama and finally getting an answer to the question what came first the chicken or the egg?

Bob: Yeah and he made it so easy to understand.

Fred: He was a wise man.

Bob: Very insightful.

Both: Mmmmmmmm.

Fred: Pitching film ideas to Stephen Spielberg.

Bob: ET 2: I'm ok this time. I've got a Wi-Fi connection and google maps. I Can get home on my own.

Fred: Good times good times.

Bob: And finding out that music and passion are always in fashion at the Copa cabana.

Fred: The man sang the truth.

Bob: But alas the money ran out.

Fred: So with out a doubt.

Bob: We're back! Welcome to scripted gamer.

Fred: And to kick off season two we're looking at a truly great game.

Bob: Doose Ex Human Revoluceeon.

Fred: What?

Bob: Doose Ex Human Revoluceeon.

Fred: That is not how it's pronounced it's deus ex human evolution.

Bob: Well if you wanna use the posh pronucimation.

Fred: Pronunciation.

Bob: Yeah what I said, nut either way it's a flipping brill game.

Fred: I know we're supposed to be all professional when reviewing but hey you want professionalism look at family gamer tv

Bob: Say what?

Fred: Family Gamer TV. Geek dad gamer has his own net tv show now.

Bob: What! Why cant I have a tv show!

Fred: How can I put this delicately...let's just say you have a face..i mean voice highly suited to radio

Bob: Well That's just....you are absolutely right, my voice is very smooth..ahem..Welcome to late night love with me....bob..

Fred: Absolutely!!! so with your smooth voice sum up dues ex.

Bob: Right Doose ex is amazing..simple as. It's full of action, adventure, intrigue. It's like splinter cell, metal gear solid, and alpha protocol Had a baby and that baby was EPIC!

Fred: We cant recommend this game enough. Get it. enjoy it.

Bob: So that's it for this week.

Fred: Time flies when we're having fun.

Bob: We'll be back next week but until then.

Fred: We've been the scripted gamers. Goodbye.

Written by Adam Moran

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