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  • Blog Post: Eidos Montréal Picks Apart Deus Ex: Human Revolution In 45-Minute Retrospective

    Recently, Square Enix sat down members of the original Deus Ex team to playthrough the 15-year-old game. Today, the publisher has shared a similar retrospective featuring current members of the team. Executive game director Jean-François Dugas and executive art director Jonathan Jacques-Belletête... More
  • Blog Post: PSA: Square Enix Humble Bundle 2 Steals, Assassinates, And Investigates For Charity

    Square Enix and Humble Bundle are teaming up again to load your backlog up with good games at low prices. This time out, the bundle features entries from the Hitman, Thief, and Deus Ex series. At the “pay what you want” level, you can come away with Hitman Absolution, Hitman Go (Android)... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Announces A New Pair Of Game Collections

    Square Enix has announced a pair of collections that bundle together some of the publisher's best games on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The collections are thematically tied together, so you're covered whether your tastes lean toward causing mayhem or keeping a low profile. The first collection... More
  • Blog Post: Layoffs Hit Eidos Montreal Following The Release Of Thief

    Game Informer has received word from multiple sources that layoffs have hit Thief developer Eidos Montreal. The staffing cuts are said to affect approximately 30 employees. Eidos Montreal released Thief last week to varied critical response ( our review ). Prior to Thief, the studio was responsible for... More
  • Blog Post: Steam Holiday Sale Day 7: Criminals, Coasters, and Conquest

    The Steam Holiday Sale stops for no man and no holiday. This Christmas brings another round of Steam discounts. This batch gives players the opportunity to slay dragons, rob banks, and take a football team to victory. Here’s the full list: Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director’s Cut - $4.99... More
  • Blog Post: Eidos Teases Deus Ex: The Fall On Twitter, YouTube

    Eidos has dropped two hints about something new in the Deus Ex universe. The project is called Deus Ex: The Fall. Earlier today on Twitter, this appeared on the official Eidos-Montréal account. Are YOU ready for The Fall? — Eidos-Montréal (@eidosmontreal) June 3, 2013 Then, just a... More
  • Blog Post: June PlayStation Plus Offers Include Free Deus Ex And Saints Row: The Third

    PlayStation Plus is the gift that keeps on giving free games. The June deals have been announced, and two of 2011's best games are going to be available as part of the Instant Game Collection (read: free). Today's update brings Adam Jensen (even though he didn't ask for this) and a number... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex: Human Revolution For Wii U Coming Soon

    Update: Square Enix has just announced Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut for the Wii U, and it's coming out soon. The company wouldn't give an exact date for the game's release, but did say that it will use the Miiverse, feature developer commentaries and in-game help guides, as... More
  • Blog Post: The Deus Ex Paperwork Saga Continues

    More Deus Ex developments mean hope remains for the possibility of an all-new game in the series. Supererogatory has found Square Enix domain registrations for something called Deus Ex: The Fall. Perhaps this is another game, or maybe something else entirely. While we don't know for sure, one thing... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Files New Deus Ex Trademark

    Square Enix has filed a new trademark related to something called Deus Ex: Human Defiance. An eagle-eyed NeoGAF poster has found the trademark, which unfortunately doesn't spell out exactly what Human Defiance is. Could it be a brand-new game in the series, or perhaps it refers to a Wii U version... More
  • Blog Post: Top Game Composers To Have Panel At PAX 2012

    If you're attending PAX and love game soundtracks, make sure you pencil this panel in on your Saturday schedule. Entitled "Behind the Music of Blockbuster Video Games," the panel features some of the most prominent and successful composers working in the industry today. Here's a full... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Coming To Mac

    Mac gamers will finally get a chance to play Deus Ex: Human Revolution later this month. The Mac version of the game will release April 26, and it will be the Ultimate Edition of the game, which includes all kinds of extras. You get the the Explosive Mission and Tactical Enhancement packs, and The Missing... More
  • Blog Post: Find Deus Ex's Missing Link

    What is Deus Ex's Adam Jensen like without his augmentations? Gamers are about to find out in the title's Missing Link DLC and this trailer. The DLC is out today, and will cost you $14.99 on PlayStation 3 and PC, and 1,200 Microsoft Points on Xbox 360. The Missing Link finds Jensen hostage aboard... 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: 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: 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: Deus Ex ARG Heats Up

    Nothing adds an air of mystery to a franchise quite like the introduction of an alternate reality game, and few properties are as well suited to the idea as Deus Ex. The developers at Eidos Montreal seem to recognize the opportunity, and an unusual sequence of internet clues has Deus Ex fans buzzing... More
  • Blog Post: GameStop Offering $50 Gift Card And More For Deus Ex PC Purchasers

    Following controversy earlier this week surrounding news that retailer GameStop had removed an OnLive certificate from PC retail copies of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the corporation's CEO has released a statement and offered some goodies for consumers affected by the misstep. Joystiq reports that... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: GameStop Pulling OnLive Coupons From Deus Ex: Human Revolution

    UPDATE 2: Giant Bomb has also received an official statement from Square Enix regarding the Deus Ex situation. In the statement, the publisher owns up to not informing GameStop that PC copies of the game would be packaged with a coupon for a competitor: "As part of Deus Ex: Human Revolution’s... More
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