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In Deus Ex: Human Revolution, you'll keep coming across a particular poster on the walls.
Released out of Eidos Montreal last August, this is a direct sequel to 2011's Deus Ex: Human Revolution. That being said, even if you didn't play through its predecessor, you should be able to understand the new story well enough.
Philip Matthew Trad's contribution, "God and Machine: What it means to be Human in Deus Ex: Human Revolution," seemed the odd one out because of its focus on a video game.
To be honest, until 2011's "Deus Ex: Human Revolution," I'm not even sure I'd heard of the game series (the first one was released in 2000), despite the games' general critical acclaim.
the DEUS EX COLLECTION Sale price: PS5.74 (save 75%) FOR less than the price of a Whopper meal, you get Deus Ex, Deus Ex: Invisible War, Deus Ex: Human Revolution Directors Cut, and Deus Ex: The Fall.
Adventure the high DEUS EX COLLECTION Sale price: PS5.74 (save 75%) FOR less than the price of a Whopper meal, you get Deus Ex, Deus Ex: Invisible War, Deus Ex: Human Revolution Directors Cut, and Deus Ex: The Fall.
Adventure the DEUS EX COLLECTION Sale price: PS5.74 (save 75%) FOR less than the price of a Whopper meal, you get Deus Ex, Deus Ex: Invisible War, Deus Ex: Human Revolution Directors Cut, and Deus Ex: The Fall.
Deus Ex Universe Developer: Eidos Montreal Publisher: Square Enix Release date: TBA Link:Deus Ex Universe "Most of the team behind Deus Ex: Human Revolution is already working hard on this new game," said Eidos Montreal head David Anfossi back in October, confirming that Deus Ex Universe's series of interlocking Facebook/iOS games will include a proper big-budget game that we can play on our PCs.
Her work crosses numerous genres and playstyles, and includes such winning titles as Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Homeworld II, Myst III: Exile, Myst IV: Revelation, Dungeon Siege: Broken Sword, and the Splinter Cell license.
It is definitely disappointing that the new Thief hasn't enjoyed the same critical acclaim across the board as reboots like Tomb Raider and Deus Ex: Human Revolution. It will take some more months to see if the game will be consigned to the same pile as Conviction and Absolution as remakes/reboots/sequels that we could have done without.
It may not be the Syndicate reboot that we wanted, and it's far from awful, but in the wake of the superb Deus Ex: Human Revolution it feels a little like a wasted opportunity.
DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION, PC, pounds 49.99 AT the end of August it felt like it had been a bit of a slow year on the games front, with few truly impressive titles released that could consider themselves serious contenders for game of the year.