....Maybe because I didn't play it on xbox? It's not something I even recall from the game, so if it even happened, it didn't bother me enough to have it affect my impression of the game.
I'm starting to wonder if you even played it. Every version, PC and console, was affected by these problems, they were design issues and not something that one version did better than the other. It was notoriously ranted about in almost every review.
Put simply, levels in DX1 were massive. Levels in DX2 were split up into tiny little mini areas so the game required frequent loading and the game itself felt totally split up.
Either you got some magical version of DX2 that the rest of the public did not receive or you're confusing Deus Ex 1 with Deus Ex: Invisible War.This comment was edited on Dec 1, 2009, 14:03.
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