Deus Ex: Human Revolution Achievements & Trophies Guide (Xbox 360, PS3, PC)

23 August 2011
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Our Deus Ex: Human Revolution Achievements guide & Trophies guide lists every Achievement & Trophy for this Xbox 360, PS3 & PC Science fiction action RPG, FPS and tells you how to get and unlock them.

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Index of Deus Ex: Human Revolution Guides:

Earn the Achievement to get the corresponding amount of GamerPoints added to your GamerScore. There are 49 achievements with a total of 1000 points.

Earn Bronze (42), Silver (4), Gold (3), Platinum (1) to increase your Gamer Level.

Collectibles Achievements & Trophies

1. Doctorate (50 Gamerpoints / Silver Trophy) – Read all 29 unique XP books within a single playthrough.

There are various ebooks that you can find through the game, but the only ones that count are the ebooks you gain XP for. It will come up on the left hand side of your screen saying Scholar (200) when you have picked up the correct ones.

Need help in finding these collectibles. Go to our Deus Ex Human Revolution Ebook Locations Guide

2. Old School Gamer (10 Gamerpoints / Bronze Trophy) – You found all the hidden story items in Megan’s office. Point and Click much?

This is at the very starting point of the game where you are in Megan’s Office and you need to find all the secret Items, there are six to click on so follow the video and you should have the achievement in no time.

Ebook – To your left on the couch
Toycar – To your right on a set of drawers next to a printer
Gray’s Anatomy First Edition (Being More Effective black and white cover) – On the
edge of the table (Right hand side)
Newpaper – On her desk (Left Side)
Megan’s Computer – On her desk (Check all 4 emails)
Megans Childhood Photo – Next to her computer (On your left)

This video guide will walk you through the ‘Old School Gamer’ Achievement/Trophy.

3. Platinum Trophy – You unlocked every trophy in the game.

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