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The legendary video game is reborn, Deus Ex Machina 2 is a darkly comic cradle-to-grave roller-coaster of your entire life. A surreal journey from before your birth, through the temptations and dangers of your life, and beyond your own death.

With complete rock album soundtrack and the greatest voice on the planet as your narrator - Christopher Lee. Imagine if your life was nothing more than some electronic game.

Imagine if you knew then what you know now. Imagine if you could replay your little life all over again. Battle your way to the womb and get born, then focus, crawl, stand, balance, run, jump, learn and obey!

Discover pleasure, love, pain, guilt and betrayal. Mess around, run away, hide out, suffer under, heal up, sell off, struggle through, knuckle down, tip over, cave in, dance on! Exploit your power, peddle your guilt, bust your body, embrace your decline, swallow your pills, lose your mind, dream your dreams and fly!

  • The brand new follow-up to the cult Game Of The Year, Deus Ex Machina
  • Written and produced by the original award-winning team
  • Starring Christopher Lee, Joaquim de Almeida and Ian Dury
  • Complete rock album soundtrack
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
  • Processor: 2GHZ Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Hardware accelerated graphics with dedicated memory
  • Storage: 4 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac 10.7 +
  • Processor: 2GHZ Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Hardware accelerated graphics with dedicated memory
  • Storage: 4 MB available space
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DEUS EX MACHINA 2 reviews and comments

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A "Game" where we say that the developers would like to tell the metaphor of life.... In their own way. Did They succeed? ... I don't know why their way is really very but very bizarre. The game starts from our birth, advancing with growth.. It would seem normal said so, but from the environments and strange graphics present you won't be able to take the "game" very seriously. Pro-The Songs I found them very strange, funny, insane, but I liked them all. Well-researched in situations. Obviously there is no sountrack on Steam or on the folders of the game. Only on Itunes... Already you have to pay 6 euros for this game in addition you want to charge the sountrack? Cons-The plot (or rather, the metaphor they want to narrate), useless. Ok I wasn't expecting a deep storyline at Telltale's The Walking Dead, but at least a minimum. It's too bizarre, too insane, too confusing. They narrate it very badly and you can't take it seriously the atmosphere of the game. -The Graphics: It's something terrible, agghiaciante! It came out in 2014 but it looks dated 2001... Ok have had very few funds (although I would like to find out how damn have managed to engage Christopher Lee), but heck use other graphics engines? Absurd, since I usually do not know the graphics, and in a game like this that has little gameplay even less, but see STI polygons and sti pixels made bad me alone that nausea). -Gameplay: Simple Commands (W-A-S-D, or if you prefer directional arrows), in theory you should survive by dodging obstacles not to lose "life", between different levels that change every 2-3 minutes. Some level is very difficult, others are easy, others you have to be just stationary, in short, very confusing. -Descronization: The Soundtrack of the game is composed only of sung music, as if it were a musical if we go to see. As I wrote above I found them very apt for how absurd they are, and also catchy, why not? In some level However when you manage to finish them, it happens that you have to wait (or fall into the void) until the song finishes. Nothing so long, usually expects maximum 15 seconds, but always a problem is. Conclusion: The game finally wanted to narrate, as in the days of the first Deux ex Machina, a metaphor for them... But they failed miserably, the only thing pro I've seen are the well-made music. I could have understood if the game had been free, but since it costs the beauty of 6 euros... It's not worth it sincerely (needless to cost 1 dollar as I paid it) Vote 4/10
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