Deus Ex: Human Revolution developer Eidos Montreal has released a short video that features a Deus Ex: The Fall logo, along with the date of June 5, 2013.
The video, which asks "Are we ready to begin?," was released shortly after the official Eidos Montreal Twitter account tweeted "Are YOU ready for The Fall?." A Vine clip featuring the content in the YouTube video was also recently released.
In March, Superannuation discovered that Square Enix registered domains DeusExTheFall.com, DeusExTheFall.net and DeusExTheFall.co.uk. The company had also registered DeusEx-HumanDefiance.com earlier this year, which may be the name of the Deus Ex: Human Revolution film.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution was released on Aug. 23, 2011 in North America for Windows PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Deus Ex:...
Michael Mando and Elias Toufexis, the voices of Far Cry 3's Vaas and Deus Ex: Human Revolution's Adam Jensen, respectively, recently did an interview sketch together with hilarious results.
Mando posted the sketch, titled "The Worst Interview of my Career" on YouTube. The video was part of a spoof for the Canadian Videogame Awards 2013, which Toufexis hosted. What begins as a casual interview about acting in interviews quickly spirals into a verbal and eventually physical fight. Check out the video above to see who ends up on top.
The Canadian Videogame Awards took place Vancouver, B.C. on April 20. Far Cry 3 won six awards, including Game of the Year, while Mass Effect 3 picked up three. Mark of the Ninja, Assassin's Creed 3 and Sound Shapes followed behind with two awards each.
Eidos has released a new behind the scenes video for the Director's Cut of Deus Ex: Human Revolution for the Wii U.
In the video, the developers discuss how they were able to tweak the shooter RPG for its Wii U debut and to improve it. The graphics have been adjusted with new shaders added, for one, the DLC missions are included and recontextualized to fit in with the game's greater story and the original game's unavoidable boss fights have been adjusted to allow for player builds that aren't focused on combat.
The biggest change, though, is the addition of the Wii U Gamepad as Adam Jensen's neural hub, allowing him and the player access to information at the touch of a fingertip.
Polygon saw the Director's Cut version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution at PAX East. The game is scheduled...
A new trailer has been released for the Wii U "Director's Cut" version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, showcasing what Square-Enix calls the "definitive version" of the acclaimed shooter RPG.
As Polygon learned last month, the Director's Cut version includes the game's previous DLC, adjusts the AI and improves the game's graphics. Perhaps most significantly for many fans, the Director's Cut will also feature new tactics and methods to approach the game's boss fights so players who invest in stealth or hacking instead of combat won't be at such a disadvantage this time through.
The Wii U version will naturally take advantage of the console's unique Gamepad controller — what the trailer refers to as the "neural hub" — by providing an expanded map and touchscreen controls for gameplay...
European PlayStation Plus members can download for free Sleeping Dogs, Quantum Conundrum, F1 Race Stars, WipEout 2048 and Lumines: Electronic Symphony this February as part of the service's Instant Game Collection.
The European PlayStation Blog announced today that from Feb. 6 for one month, subscribers will be able to download Sleeping Dogs, F1 Race Stars and Quantum Conundrum for PlayStation 3. On the Vita, subscribers can download WipEout 2048 and, from Feb. 20, Lumines: Electronic Symphony will be available.
During February EU PlayStation Plus members will receive discounts on Just Cause 1 and 2, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the Dust 514 Mercenary Pack and Alien Breed Trilogy. From Jan. 30, Plus members will also have access to an exclusive theme for Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White...
Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Eidos Montreal's 2011 stealthy role-playing game, is the subject of a trailer released yesterday for a fan-made short film steeped in production values and impressive special effects.
Check out the trailer above to see DCode Films' take on the Deus Ex universe. It's being written, directed, produced and edited by Moe Charif, who also plays the main character and Deus Ex: Human Revolution protagonist, Adam Jensen. Last month, The Exorcism of Emily Rose director Scott Derrickson signed on as the director of the official movie adaption.