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You have to hand it to Square Enix and Deus Ex developer Eidos Montreal – they received and accepted flak for the original Deus Ex: Human Revolution's boss battles, but they've also attempted to rectify the situation with the Director's Cut. The game is out, and its launch trailer is now live.
Not only have the boss battles been reworked to support different kinds of gameplay (like stealth, for example), but the Director's Cut also utilizes the Vita, Wii U GamePad, and SmartGlass as a second-screen interface, and the title includes the Missing Link DLC chapter, Tong's Rescue mission, and more.
FYI, here's our review of the original version of the game.
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I bought this game digital along with all it's dlc and Square asks for $30 more for the "better" version of the game my money deserved in the 1st place?! This is wrong on so many levels. $15 would've been wrong yet still I'd of considered it.