Revolutionary is a word that gets thrown around too much these days. The number of games that use it without warrant could fill a large telephone directory, but the number that have actually warranted it in recent years could probably fit on a postage stamp.

Thank God then, for Deux Ex: Human Revolution, one of the most innovative games of 2011.

A prequel to the 2000 smash-hit PC game Deus Ex, Square Enix’ latest instalment is a thrilling cyberpunk-themed action-adventure set in the year 2027, a time of great innovation in neuroprosthetics, but also a time of chaos, conspiracy and new social divides. Society has become split between the wealthy few can afford to adapt their bodies with cybernetic enhancements