Although I really loved Deus Ex: Human Revolution (will refer to as DX:HR from now on), I felt that The Missing Link was very weak and lacking on a lot. Objectively speaking, this is what The Missing Link is - It's a 5 hour segment not included in DX:HR and is almost completely stripped off its RPG elements, leaving behind just a shooter gameplay. The reason I say it was stripped off the RPG elements is because there isn't much of multiple customizations and directions as there were in DX:HR. You start from scratch, i.e. without the items you've had and with all your augmentations reset. Throughout you get only a few praxis points, most of which are given to you in the second half of the game, causing me to continuously ask "To what end am I getting these praxis points? The game is nearly finished". And on top of that, there are no new additions. You still have the shooter gameplay, with taking cover, hacking, takedowns, etc, so the game is still relatively entertaining. Players who are into stealthy gameplay would enjoy this more than the trigger-happy tanks since stealth is more encouraged in this DLC than it did in DX:HR. The storyline doesn't really bring with itself any mindblowing revelations and twists, but it does manage to be moderately interesting, especially having a cameo appearance from one of the characters from the first Deus Ex game. The game gets better and more intense closer to the end, and you are even required to make a very difficult decision, providing you with two slightly different endings. So it might be worth replaying the last half hour of the game again just to see the outcomes of both decisions. So taking all the above points into account, The Missing Link is all right, but it greatly pales compared to the DX:HR, and its original price is way too high. I got it during a Steam sale for Â£3, which is a much more appropriate price for it.