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If you relied mostly on hacking and stealth to make your way through Deus Ex: Human Revolution, you probably had issues with the combat-focused boss fights. Eidos Montreal's upcoming Director's Cut addresses this issue. In the lengthy video below, which starts in FEMA Camp and concludes with a boss fight, you'll see how hacking and stealth can be used to drop the bosses. This particular boss fight offers new areas to navigate, such as vents for sniping and computers to interact with. It'll be interesting to see how this formula translates to the later, more challenging encounters.
This video also highlights how the Wii U gamepad is used for map navigation and various gameplay functions. Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director's Cut doesn't have a release date yet, but is scheduled to land on Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, and Mac.
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Cool. Except I won't be buying a Wii-U. And I am satisfied with HR as is.
Ha, I literally just played this level for the first time this morning, and yeah, my stealthy little ghost woulda loved another option aside from just chucking gas canisters and exploding barrels (cause I'm not wasting my precious rockets this early in the game!).
This seems a little late.
Amazon has the release date as November 15th.
They need to stop porting these *** games to the Wii U
I'd sure love for the changes made to the director's cut to be released as DLC on the PS3 version. Including cross-controller play for vita.