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  • Blog Post: This Deus Ex Short Film Sets A High Bar For Hollywood

    A Hollywood adaptation of Deus Ex is in the works, but who knows how long it will be before it sees the light of day, if ever. In the meantime we can all enjoy this excellent Deus Ex short film, directed by Moe Chariff . Rather than retelling the story of the game, the 12-minute film instead uses familiar... More
  • Blog Post: British Newspaper Thinks Deus Ex's Sarif Industries Is Real

    The British newspaper The Sun was doing a story on artificial human parts and got fooled by Deus Ex. In the story pictured above you can see a picture of a Sarif Industries (the evil corporation from Deus Ex) cybernetic eyeball. The text reads "US corporation Sarif Industries has developed an eyeball... More
  • Blog Post: Eidos Montreal Announces Deus Ex: Universe For Next-Gen & Beyond

    Now that Thief developer Eidos Montreal has resurrected the Deus Ex franchise, it's continuing it into the next-generation of home consoles and more with Deus Ex: Universe. Deus Ex: Universe kicks off with a next-gen/PC title, but also extends to a larger franchise world that Eidos Montreal is creating... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile – 400 Days In Limbo

    It’s been a slow couple of weeks for mobile gaming, so This Week in Mobile actually goes all the way back to July 1. On deck: Limbo, The Walking Dead, and Deus Ex. Limbo Developer: Playdead Platform: iOS Price: $4.99 While this critically-acclaimed indy game certainly deserves a full-size television... More
  • Blog Post: Dishonored And Deus Ex Co-Creator Releases Semi-Autobiographical Novel, Big Jack Is Dead

    Harvey Smith is known for his work on the recent Dishonored title, as well as Deus Ex. Now he can put novelist down on his resume. His latest work, Big Jack is Dead, is a semi-autobiographical, “Southern Gothic novel that depicts inherited behaviors we cannot escape.” The story is about Jack... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex: Human Defiance Details Coming Tomorrow

    The official Deus Ex Facebook page has posted an image teasing details for a mysterious Deus Ex: Human Defiance project. Square Enix filed a trademark for Human Defiance late last month , but beyond the name, we know nothing about it. The obvious assumption is that it is a game, but it could be anything... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex Film Inspired By District 9 And Looper

    Deus Ex: Human Revolution film writer C. Robert Cargill and director Scott Derrickson recognize that many video game movies aren't great, which is why they aren't trying to make a movie version of the game. Scott Derrickson (Sinister, The Exorcism of Emily Rose) is directing the upcoming Deus... More
  • Blog Post: Warren Spector Bids Farewell To Junction Point Studios In Farewell Letter

    Junction Point Studios, the developer behind the Epic Mickey franchise, has unfortunately closed , and Warren Spector shared some final words about the studio's legacy. Over on Spector's Facebook page , he wrote up a heartfelt letter reflecting on his time working on Epic Mickey. You can read... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex Film Gets Director

    CBS films announced Scott Derrickson (Sinister, The Exorcism of Emily Rose) is directing the upcoming Deus Ex film based on the game. "Deus Ex is a phenomenal cyberpunk game with soul and intelligence,” Derrickson said in a statement. “By combining amazing action and tension with big... More
  • Blog Post: CBS Films Buys Rights For Deus Ex Movie

    Deus Ex fans can look forward to getting another look of the series' cyberpunk-inspired future, though it'll be coming from an unexpected direction. CBS Films has announced that it's picked up the film rights to the series, and that it's bringing it to the big screen. According to CBS... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex Designer "Truly Sorry" For Human Revolution's Boss Fights

    When it released last year, Deus Ex: Human Revolution was met with generally positive reviews from critics and fans. Despite this, many took issue with the game’s boss battles. These unsubtle bulletfests stood out from the main game’s nuanced, option-filled action. During his “Reimagining... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Brings Deus Ex & More To GOG.com

    Old PC game revivalists GOG.com have announced a partnership with Square Enix – the first fruits of which are Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition and Hitman: Codename 47. The titles will be offered for $9.99 and $5.99, respectively, and per GOG practice they will be DRM free, optimized for current... More
  • Blog Post: Eidos Montreal Declares Lesson Learned From Deus Ex Boss Fights

    In a recent interview, Deus Ex: Human Revolution lead Jean-François Dugas discusses the negative reaction to the game's outsourced boss battles , stating the company has learned its lesson. Speaking with Rock Paper Shotgun , Dugas explained the studio's intentions behind the boss battles... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 09/23/11

    IT'S FRIDAY IT'S FRIDAY IT'S FRIDAY! That means the weekend is here, which means more time to play video games! Here's what some of the GI staff have planned for their weekend gaming. Let us know your plans in the comments. Kyle Hilliard: I'll be spending the weekend driving an RV... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Ships Two Million Units

    Today Square Enix happily announced that it has shipped two million copies of Deus Ex: Human Revolution to stores in North America and Europe. Deus Ex topped the NPD charts last month, despite not launching until August 23. NPD also reported that overall sales were down 23 percent for the month, though... More
  • Blog Post: August NPD: Deus Ex Comes Out On Top In Depressing Month For Game Sales

    Remember last month? Remember how very few worthwhile games were released? Well, if you needed a reminder, all you need to do is look over the depressing numbers coming out of this month's NPD sales data. According to NPD, overall retail sales for August are down a huge 23 percent. The only category... More
  • Blog Post: Eidos Confirms Deus Ex DLC, Coming In October

    The Deus Ex ARG at their official site has ended, revealing the game's first DLC. The Missing Link will be released in October, and will cover Adam's three-day disappearance in Human Revolution. Players will control Adam after his augmentations become disabled, and are tasked with escaping a... More
  • Blog Post: Is Deus Ex Racist? Square Enix Says No.

    A woman digging through the trash isn't an unexpected sight in the world of Deus Ex. However, when she starts talking, some players may find Letitia the Trash Lady disturbing for other reasons. Following the attention garnered by the video below and accusations of racism, Square Enix commented to... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Square Enix Expanding Eidos Montreal

    Deus Ex: Revolution is a hit , and publisher Square Enix knows it. Though it may just be a coincidence, Square Enix has plans to expand the developer of choice-driven adventure, Eidos Montreal. It may not be official yet, but word has it that by 2015, Eidos Montreal will gain 350 new employees. A report... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Tour Of The Current State Of Human Augmentation

    Deus Ex: Human Revoultion's Adam Jensen is enhanced to the gills, with super-strong arms that contain hidden blades, eyes that see through walls and categorize threats, and implanted retractable sunglasses that he wears indoors. Here in the real world, we're a long way from that level of augmentation... More
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