Deus Ex: Human Revolution News (Xbox360)

Second gameplay walkthrough for Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut

Posted: 15.10.2013 by Technet2k

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Eidos Montreal has released a second gameplay walkthrough for the impending Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut edition, which arrives next week. This time we're in Hengsha at the Alice Garden Pods.

Shareable Infologs are teased where players can take pictures in-game, annotate them and then share with friends - it also supports voice messages. The future is here.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut October 22nd, new game for next-gen

Posted: 02.10.2013 by Technet2k

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Eidos Montreal's David Anfossi has posted what the studio is up to with Deus Ex moving forward. First up he announces that the Director's Cut for Human Revolution is out for all platforms October 22nd/25th.

They intend for 'Deus Ex Universe' to "span several connected Deus Ex games," and have begun working a "new game for PC and next-generation" hardware. A concept artwork is teased.

Square Enix registers new Deus Ex and Hitman trademarks

Posted: 12.09.2013 by Technet2k

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There's doings afoot. Square Enix has filed the paperwork to register more trademarks for Eidos properties Deus Ex and Hitman. Their names are open to significant interpretation to our delight/despair.

Hitman Sniper for instance sounds like a continuation of the surprising hit (get it?) that Sniper Challenge proved, which was just fancy marketing for Hitman: Absolution.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut walkthrough for FEMA Camp

Posted: 22.08.2013 by Technet2k

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The Director's Cut for Eidos Montreal's Deus Ex: Human Revolution is on its way for Nintendo Wii U, hence why this walkthrough trailer is all about using the Wii U Gamepad. What about PC?

Don't worry Deus Ex fans because, in case you forgot, Square Enix announced the Director's Cut will also be heading to PC and consoles. We get to see one of the revamped boss fights.

Stephane D'Astous leaves Eidos Montreal, Square Enix "has some things to learn"

Posted: 24.07.2013 by Technet2k

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Founder and general manager Stephane D'Astous of Eidos Montreal, the team responsible for Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Thief, has left the company following "irreconcilable" differences with Square Enix.

Eidos brought "three triple As to the market," and despite rave critical reception they "still managed not to respect" financial goals. Square has "some things to learn" about selling games, he says.