Yep, another thread that will die out quickly.
The sad truth is, I got the PS2 version of Deus Ex (also known as Deus Ex: The Conspiracy). I love the game. However, I took a look at some pics from the PC version, and noticed a few differences.
I was curious. Does anyone know what all of the differneces are between teh two versions? Here’s what I think I saw (I’m probably wrong):
*The PS2 version features several excellent CGI scenes. From the scene I saw in the now-dead Deus Ex shrine, the PC version showed the intro as a regular conversasion
*The PC version limits your inventory to only a couple things. The PS2 version has tabs for the different items, the ability to hold as many Low-Tech weapons as you feel like, and four slots for other weapons.
*Graphics in the PS2 version are supposed to have been “improved”, but if that’s the case, then the PC version must be the most hideous thing ever to be gazed upon.
*The IFF and that other always-active aug aren’t listed AT ALL in the PS2 version, despite the fact that their effects are still around.
*I pray that the PC version didn’t have to load every five minutes, because the PS2 version did. And it took about three minutes to load a new map, too.
*From what I heard, getting hit repeately in the same spot in the PC version made it more difficult to do certain things (such as aim and walk). The PS2 version doesn’t have this.
*I hate Navarra. I just had to put that here. I hate that bitch so much. Since she appears about an hour or so into the game, and doesn’t do much, I guess she doesn’t warrant a spoiler tag.
Can anyone help me with this?