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Rumour: Eidos Montreal scrap unannounced IP project

Posted: 31.10.2013 by Technet2k

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Eidos Montreal has stopped work on a third unannounced project based on a new IP, according to sources. The Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Thief dev may have been working with Square Enix Japan.

This report follows shortly after Square mentioned that Eidos could perhaps one day take on Final Fantasy. Currently Eidos Montreal is working Thief and a new Deus Ex.

Deus Ex actor Elias Toufexis originally voiced Far Cry 3's Jason Brody

Posted: 28.10.2013 by Technet2k

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Not even those fancy augments from his time as Deus Ex: Human Revolution's Adam Jensen could save actor Elias Toufexis from being replaced as the voice of Far Cry 3's Jason Brody as Ubisoft panicked.

There was a fear the two characters might get 'confused' and so Elias Toufexis had all his voice work scrapped, which was recorded over two years before Deus Ex debuted.

Deus Ex: Universe announced, confirms Human Revolution followup

Posted: 23.10.2013 by JonahFalcon

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Eidos Montreal has announced a new web portal Deus Ex: Universe, which is analogous to Halo Waypoint. The service will feature media spin-offs that “will include PC and console games”. The developer also confirmed that a Deus Ex: Human Revolution followup is in development for PC and next-gen.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut launches in US

Posted: 22.10.2013 by Technet2k

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Square Enix and Eidos Montreal have released the long awaited Director's Cut to Deus Ex: Human Revolution in the US on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and PC. Europe and PAL territories must wait until Friday.

The overhaul brings with it significant changes like a New Game + mode, second screen features, new augmentations, better visuals, stealth approaches to boss fights, and more.

The Sun UK mistakes Sarif Industries' cybernetics as real

Posted: 16.10.2013 by JonahFalcon

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It seems no one at the British tabloid The Sun has ever played video games, at least in their tech department, because the paper has listed Sarif Industries, the fictional cybernetics company in Deus Ex: Human Revolution, as a real one.