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Top 5 ways to tell you've been playing too much Deus Ex

We've all been there. That elusive game that you start playing at 7pm, and then, before you realise it, sun is streaming through the windows and you realise, in crusty, tired horror, that it's 4am.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is one of those games, but, more than that, we found it changing the way that we dealt with the world around us.

This segment is part of CNET Australia's weekly video show, Pulse TV. Click here to watch the episode in full.

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