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  • Blog Post: One Last Prelaunch Look At Adam Jensen's Plight

    One of the main themes in Deus Ex: Human Revolution is the balance between humanity and technology. In the game's 2027 world, science has allowed people to enhance their natural abilities via implanted augmentations. These can make the average person faster or stronger, provided they have the cash... More
  • Blog Post: A Long-Dormant Series Returns To Mixed Results

    With Ion Storm dead and celebrated creators Warren Spector and Harvey Smith each in new stages of their careers, developer Eidos Montreal faces the difficult task of bringing back one of gaming’s most celebrated series. Eidos sticks to Ion’s original vision, offering a game that supports... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex Video Dev Diary Explains Audio Design

    The gentlemen behind the new Deus Ex's audio, from the musical score to the weapon sounds and voice acting, star in this video look at the many soundscapes of Square Enix's upcoming sci-fi adventure. I would never have thought to give Human Revolution a more natural, organic-sounding audio landscape... More
  • Blog Post: See A Sneaky CyberPete In Action

    As we learned in the game's last developer diary , Deus Ex: Human Revolution poses a few serious philosophical questions. When a person's limbs and organs can be replaced and augmented on a whim, where does one's humanity begin and end? What responsibility does science have in these situations... More
  • Blog Post: The Problem Of Augmentation In Deus Ex

    First, let's assume that people are fine with installing cybernetic implants that require taking drugs the rest of your life. Second, let's also assume that those implants are controlled by a mega-corporation, and it doesn't have your best interests at heart. Welcome to Deus Ex! This unsettling... More
  • Blog Post: Flexibility Is Key On The Battlefield

    The original Deus Ex was lauded for how it allowed players to explore JC Denton's dystopian world their own way, whether that meant taking a stealthy approach or running through situations with guns blazing. Eidos' upcoming game Deus Ex: Human Revolution is following course, as a new dev diary... More
  • Blog Post: Another Look At Deus Ex: Human Revolution

    The latest Deus EX: Human Revolution trailer has a little bit of everything about the game. It shows off some of the story, gameplay, and action, and offers an exciting all-around glimpse of the title and protagonist Adam Jensen. Also be sure to check out some previous trailers for the game, covering... More
  • Blog Post: Square Shows Off Futuristic Spawl In Deus Ex "Cities" Trailer

    Anticipation is running high for Square Enix's Deus Ex: Human Revolution, a game that hopes to restore the beloved sci-fi franchise to its former glory. In this new trailer, entitled "Cities," we get a glimpse of some of the detailed open-world environments in the games. Narrated by game... More
  • Blog Post: Learn About Augmentation In New Trailer

    The path you take to your objectives in Deus Ex is determined by the cybernetic augmentations you choose. In this video, the development team explains the state of the world in the year 2027 and how these augmentations fit into the fiction. In some cases, cybernetic enhancement can be helpful. But some... More
  • Blog Post: Still Rough Around The Edges

    Many gamers were disappointed when Square Enix revealed that Deus Ex would miss its original March 2011 release date. However, if what I saw at E3 is any indication, the game needs the extra time in development. The demo involved protagonist Adam Jensen sneaking into a medical facility, showcasing more... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex Calls For Revenge

    Deus Ex: Human Revolution has resurfaced with this new trailer outlining the motivations of protagonist Adam Jensen. IGN has posted this video for the game, and it touches on the story for the highly anticipated title, which comes out on August 23 for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. Check out this previous... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex “Three Ways” Trailer

    The press push for Square Enix’s Deus Ex is in full force, with another new trailer released to cap off the week. The Deus Ex “Three Ways” trailer is similar to the developer diary released on Tuesday , which highlighted tactical and stealth approaches the game's first mission.... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex: Human Revolution May Actually Be A Revolution

    My expectations were kind of low going into the hands-off demo for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. I had played and adored the first Deus Ex years ago, but Human Revolution is being developed by a brand new studio with no ties to the team that created the first game. And what current-gen game has been able... More
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