Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a role playing game developed by Eidos Montreal for the PC. The game was released on August 23, 2011.
Well. I never really expected to be reviewing the third game in the ground-breaking Deus Ex series. When the first title game out in 2000, it was an instant hit, combining first-person shooter elements with role-playing gameplay, exploration, body modification, and a slew of other elements that combined to create what is still considered by some to be the greatest PC game ever. Read More.
Previews and Features
With the release date of the highly anticipated third part of the Deus Ex franchise just around the corner, a number of journalists were flown from around the US (and me, taking a train from Ottawa), to Montreal to see first hand the final version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Read More.
Having been privy to the game at E3, I was interested to see what more Eidos Montreal would be able to show the assorted media gathered in their studio. While they told us that we would be seeing that same gameplay, they also promised a new level that would show off the choice-filled multi-path design of the game. Read More.
We recently had a chance to sit down with David Anfossi, the producer of Deus Ex: Human Revolution at Eidos Montreal for a one-on-one interview about the game. As a follow-up to our in-depth preview of Deus Ex: Human Revolution yesterday, we ask David about the inspiration for the third game in the series, and a myriad of other questions that'll leave Deus Ex fans foaming at the mouth. Read More.
Square Enix has revealed details about Deus Ex: Human Revolution's upcoming DLC.
Titles The Missing Link, Adam Jensen has been captured, tortured and has had his augmentations disabled. Now he must use his basic skills and escape a freighter that is heading to an unknown location. Read More.
If you have been following the news surrounding GameStop and Deus Ex: Human Revolution, you know that there has been a bit of controversy earlier this week when it it became known that GameStop was asking their employees to remove OnLive codes of the game from boxes of the PC version. Read More.