Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Deus Ex

(Xbox 360 Review) Deus Ex: Human Revolution – The Missing Link


“…might not be essential, but it does offer a few solid hours of Deus Ex goodness.”


DLC, Xbox 360 Reviews

Deus Ex: Human Revolution – The Missing Link DLC announced

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Adam Jensen is quite out of the woods yet. Come next month, Jensen will find himself back into the thick of things with The Missing Link DLC for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. The pack will be available for all platforms and PC, including OnLive. Taking place during the three days when he was out of reach, Jensen will find himself crippled by Belltower agents after being tortured and having his augments disabled. Players will get to rebuild Jensen’s augment loadout as they uncover a new storyline and encounter new characters.


DLC, PC News, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

(Xbox 360 Review) Deus Ex: Human Revolution


“… manages to be an entertaining and engrossing, if flawed, experience.”


Xbox 360 Reviews

Deus Ex: Human Revolution now available for 360, PC, PS3

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Square Enix and Eidos-Montreal’s shooter-RPG Deus Ex: Human Revolution is now available for the 360, PC, and PS3. PC gamers have the option to purchase either a retail copy, which includes a free OnLive digital copy that allows for play on “nearly any PC or Mac computer” as well as TVs, or a download copy through Steam. In addition to the standard release, a special Augemented edition is also available that includes a 40-page art book and a DVD containing a 44-minute making-of special, the game’s soundtrack, a motion-comic adapted from the DC series, the E3 trailer, and an animated storyboard.


PC News, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

Deus Ex: Human Revolution goes gold

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Square Enix has announced that Eidos-Montreal’s upcoming conspiracy-laden action-RPG Deus Ex: Human Revolution has gone gold and will be available on August 23. Follow-up to 2003’s Invisible War and prequel to the 2000 original, Human Revolution follows the story of Adam Jensen, a man who was forcefully cybernetically augmented and now finds himself in the midst of a global conspiracy. As with its predecessors, Human Revolution will focus on choices, with the consequences of the actions taken leading to one of several endings.


PC News, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

Square Enix announces Comic-Con 2011 demos, panels, and more

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Square Enix will be doing their part to get attendees gaming at this year’s Comic-Con. Alongside Final Fantasy XIII-2 at booth 3829 will be previews and playable demos of Deep Silver’s zombie survival-horror title Dead Island, Eidos-Montreal’s Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and Ankama’s Wakfu. In addition, there will also be one-hour panels for both Deus Ex and Dead Island as well as the debut of Dissidia and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker Play Arts -Kai- figurines. More info on the panels is available below.


Convention, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

Pre-order Deus Ex: Human Revolution at GameStop to enter Augment Your Living Room contest

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Square Enix is looking to up the pre-order ante with a new promotion for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. In conjunction with GameStop, gamers who pre-order Human Revolution at a participating store for the 360, PC, or PS3 will be entered into the Augment Your Living Room PowerUp Rewards contest. The winner will receive up to $20,000 in goods, ranging from a new television to home theater seating. The complete list of prizes is included below.


Contests, PC News, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

Deus Ex: Human Revolution-inspired art show announced

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Artists spanning a range of mediums—street art, visual, graffiti, and photography—are coming together on July 28 in New York City’s Wooster Street Social Club to show off original material based off of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. The exhibit will run for two weeks and follow a theme based on the game’s world, which is “currently at its turning point due to cybernetic augmentation.” Each artist will create either a pro-augmentation or anti-augmentation poster-style image inspired by in-game factions. Proceeds from sales will also be used to “supporting further education in the arts.” A full list of the artists whose works will be on display is provided below.