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Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Set To Arrive On Wii U In Director's Cut Version [Updated]

The somewhat hand-me down perception the Wii U has amongst certain gamers will likely continue with this latest tidbit of news. After being rumored due to vague retail listings, Square Enix has formally announced Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut for the Wii U.

Director & Writer Chosen For Deus Ex: Human: Revolution Movie

Making video games into movies has always been a hot item amongst Hollywood studios and producers, though in the past few months it’s almost shocking to see projects make actual headway as opposed to lingering in development hell. 

Deus Ex Is Chosen To Receive The Film Treatment

I don’t know what has happened recently to cause such sudden movement, but Hollywood seems to be putting more video game related projects on the fast track or at the very least are snagging up rights to games we love.

Square Enix Expands Montreal Team + Opens New Studio (Interesting Hitman News Inside)

Things are going good for Square Enix ever since the company bought the remnants of Eidos back in 2009.  Unlike most mergers or major acquisitions, Square Enix didn’t cannibalize what was left of Eidos but instead decided to nurture the company and make it an integral part of the Western centric goals that Square Enix has.  With the release of Deus Ex: Human Revolution being a success for both Square Enix and the team at Eidos Montreal, Square Enix has revealed their plans to strengthen the development team in Montreal as well as what the future holds for the team.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution [Review]

Overall Feeling: 

Deus Ex: Human Revolution comes as close to deliverying on its campaign promises as any game has ever dared before. The story line is an epic web of conspiracies and lies interwoven with a question of humanity and what it means to each player. By the end of the game you'll have created your own individual Adam Jensen whose final choice may surprise even you. 

The Pros: 

+Brilliant sci-fi noir-esque story.

+Interesting and relatable characters.

+Plenty of replay value.

+Deep and expansive world with plenty to do and see.

+An almost unpressidented level of 'play how you want'.

The Cons: 

-The game does heavily favor stealth, if that's now how you play/wanted to play you can miss out on some of the side-quests/rewards of the game. Rating : 

Just over two years ago now I was lead into a private booth on the floor of E3 to catch my first glimpse of Human Revolution. The demo that I saw then would set an impossibly high bar that no game could ever match. The demo show cased gorgeous cinematics, stealth-oriented gameplay, ridiculous take-downs in the form (in single, double, and five-at-a-time varieties) combined with dialog from the development team; which wound up selling me with one quote: "You can play through the entire game without killing anyone."

Why You Should Care: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

One of the most frustrating things about working for Shogun Gamer is that there are just simply not enough hours in the day to get a chance to write about every piece of news that catches my attention throughout the week. There is a constant stream of new media being funnelled through the internet via the video game industry and more often than not it’s something that I personally want to rant about; whether that’s positive or negative.

Want A Free Bionic Arm From Deus Ex: Human Revolution?

This isn’t really breaking news per say as it more or so falls in line with how cool certain contests can be yet at the same time being wholly ridiculous.  In an attempt to further hype up Deus Ex: Human Revolution, which is coming out in August, Square Enix is throwing one of those fancy video game contests that have been present since the SNES days.  Like Deus Ex itself, the contest Square Enix is throwing is rather impressive and is far from being normal, mainly because you have the chance to win a bionic arm.

Deus Ex Human Revolution Live Blog [PAX East 2011]

It should come to no one’s surprise here at Shogun that Deus Ex is one of my favorite games of all time. So when I heard that Square Enix is creating a sequel to the first RPG I ever played. I got really excited. Then it was followed by a feeling of caution. What if the gameplay of the Deus Ex franchise didn't stand the test of time. Well today I get to find out as the community over here at PAX East 2011 ask Square Enix questions about one of the most badass RPG's of all time. Come back here to Shogun Gamer, on this article, to follow the live blog for the Deus Ex Q&A.

Update: There was a slight typo in the blog everybody. During the key Q&A there was no annoucement of a demo at all. This was specualtion and assumption on my part and I forgot to type this into the answer.

Original Answer was: Demo will be release on steam, xbl, and psn.

True Answer was supposed to be: I assume demo will be release on steam, xbl, and psn.

I prefusely apologize and hope you continue to come back to shogun gamer for more news and coverage of future conventions.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Release Date Announced

You've probably been wondering for a while now when Square Enix's epic sci-fi RPG Deus Ex: Human Revolution is going to come out. Well thanks to some Australian Retailers who leaked the date to media we can now give you some closure as the game's official release will be on August 25th for Australians, the 26th for the U.K., and the 23rd for us North Americans.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Trailer Profiles Adam Jensen

Anyone that checked out the “most anticipated game of 2011” article posted by a while back will probably already be aware that I’m pretty excited for the release of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Anytime there’s new information, images or video you can safely assume that I’ll be all over it. With that in mind, Square Enix was nice enough to provide us with all of the above today as we received new images and a new video. 

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