Game profile Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
An Analogy For The Class Divide
I've got until the end of this article to think of a pun for the title, you'll see above how I got on.
I'll give you a bit of a window in to my life from the past week or so. Thanks to a discount code I've been having my meals provided by Hello Fresh. If you don't know, they send you a box full of ingredients, from my experience it always includes a leek, you get some recipes, and you make the meals yourself.
Here's what I'll say, firstly the recipes are missing some details, and there's an assumption you're middle class enough to have copious amounts of olive oil, baking paper, a pie dish. I've not even got a toaster at the minute. Secondly, it takes aaaages to cook stuff from scratch. The menus say 25 minutes but you can double that because you don't know what you're doing
Why am I telling you this? Well, because it means that I've not had time to play games most nights. Stupid healthy eating
I played Don't Disturb, there's a review on the site. I like it, but it's a bit broken, or it has been both the times I've played it. It had been patched last time I played it, which had tidied up the script a bit, the glitch I mentioned in the review has been fixed, but the next puzzle now made the character freeze so I couldn't progress past it. It's been patched today, hopefully the new bugs have been fixed
Other than that it's been all Deus Ex Mankind Divided. Deus Ex Mankind Divided starts a little slow, once you're past the prologue at least, but once I left Prague for the first time the game clicked and I really enjoyed it. I wish it threw you back in to the city at the end of the game, you end up with a lot of perks you don't really get to use. Anyway, great game, I'll probably even play the dlc if it's received well