Deus Ex: The Fall reviews are go, all the scores here

By Dave Cook, Thursday, 11 July 2013 12:10 GMT

Deus Ex: The Fall is out now on iOS devices, but does the handheld prequel to Human Revolution live up to the series’ legacy, or is the mobile transition disastrous? Fine out here.

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You can buy Deus Ex: The Fall on iTunes now at $6.99/£4.99/€5.99, and it’ll run on iPad 3, iPhone 4GS and iPod Touch 5.

Developed by the Square-Enix mobile division with input from Eidos Montreal and N-Fusion, the game follows ex-SAS soldier turned augmented mercenary Ben Saxon. It’s around six hours long and comes with microtransaction boosters because mobile.

Here’s a round-up of The Fall’s review scores:

IGN – 8.2
Touch Arcade – 4.5/5
Eurogamer – 5/10
Gamereactor – 7/10
Modojo – 3.5/5
T3 – 3/5
Digital Spy – 3/5
Gamesbeat – 82/100
PocketGamer – 8/10

Got a score we’ve missed? Whack it in the comment box below and we’ll add it when we get a spare second. Thanks.

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