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question regarding the game at second and third tier. Are they worth it?
also what does pay more than the average price mean? if say the price indicated is $8.43 then I should pay $8.44 to get the tier 2 game?
I'll let someone else answer the tier 2 games question - I've only tried Invisible War, and it didn't live up to the Deus Ex name IMO. Actually, I also played the original Hitman - I do recall enjoying it, but I'm guessing the newer ones probably did it better. Someone else will have to answer the rest.
But yes, "beat the average" is exactly that - as long as you pay at least one penny more than the currently listed average price, you also receive tier 2.
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I'd say your best bet is to drop the $15 to get everything, there are bound to be some games you like.
The Tier 2 games are hit and miss... The Fall is quite bad, but Absolution is quite good. Invisible War is okay (though I prefer Human Revolution and the original Deus Ex), I know nothing of Nosgoth, and Battlestations Midway sounds like an alright game, though I've never played it.
The $15 mark gives you a few great games, everything except Kayne and Lynch 2 is worth playing.
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Deus Ex: The Fall is good... on mobile. It's clear that the PC release was just a garbage port, and it takes the menus that were designed for a touch screen and jams them into different keys with no organization at all. Graphics are also clearly not updated at all, and the gunplay is horrible.
I enjoy it on my iPhone thanks to IGN giving it away for free one month, but the PC port shouldn't even have the Deus Ex name.
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