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  • Blog Post: [Update] Users Report Date-Related Thief Save Data Corruption, Square Enix Responds

    Update: Following our original story yesterday, dozens of readers have reached out to us to explain the problems they are having across platforms. We've heard of two issues related to saves that seem to be related. The first is a looping problem that prevents players from leaving Garrett's clock... 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: Square Enix Discusses Resolution Differences On New-Generation Consoles

    Another publisher has decided to get out in front of the resolution conversation. Square Enix has revealed some key technical details for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Thief. Both versions run at 30 frames per second. However, the Xbox One version will output at 900p and the PlayStation 4 iteration... More
  • Blog Post: Thief Companion App & Pre-Order Details Emerge

    Square Enix and developer Eidos Montreal have detailed their plans for the companion app for Thief, as well as the game's pre-order goodies. The app comes in two flavors: free and the full version ($2.99). The free one gives you access to trailers, artwork, screens, news, character bios, and the... More
  • Blog Post: Release Date For Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut Revealed

    Square Enix and developer Eidos Montreal have finally announced a release date for Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut. The game was initially announced as a Wii U exclusive, but has since broadened out to include the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. The Director's Cut comes out on October... 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: Thief Is Coming To Current-Generation Consoles

    We knew that Eidos Montréal's Thief was coming to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Today, we've got some interesting news for those hoping to play on current consoles. According to a post on the official Thief community blog, the game play experience will be the same, regardless of which... 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: Thief Trailer Creeps Online

    Eidos-Montreal is having trouble keeping Garrett in the shadows, as the full trailer for Thief has leaked online. Just a few days after releasing a teaser for Thief , the full trailer is now available online, even though it still hasn't appeared on the official Thief YouTube channel . The trailer... More
  • Blog Post: Ask Eidos-Montreal Your Thief Questions

    We have the developers behind the upcoming Thief reboot on tap to answer all your questions about the game. Now we just need your questions. No matter how long our cover stories get, there's no way we can shove every detail we learn about a game into our magazine. We'd love to answer any burning... 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: April Cover Revealed: Thief

    Eidos Montreal has been working for years to reboot the classic stealth series Thief, and the fruits of its labor will finally be revealed in issue 240 of Game Informer Magazine . Our April cover story is a world-exclusive look at this next-generation stealth title. Series hero Garrett returns to the... 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: Thief 4 Concept Video Surfaces

    A purported video of Thief 4 surfaced on the Internet showing a quick 30-second clip of some CG action. The video was originally uploaded by lighting and compositing artist Eric Wong, but has since been removed. Not much has been revealed for Thief 4, and Square Enix hasn't talked about the title... More
  • Blog Post: Square Eidos Expands in Montreal

    Square Enix is expanding its presence in Montreal after the success of Deus Ex: Human Revolution and the future demands of the Hitman franchise. Deus Ex: Human Revolution developer Eidos Montreal will receive an influx of 100 new employees and updated accommodations, and the studio will embark on a new... 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: 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: 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
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