Deus Ex: Human Revolution Summary


Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

Does the PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution match the consoles?

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Square Enix announces E3 conference schedule, streaming live over Twitch

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We're not even in May yet but it's already time for mid-June. Square Enix has just dated and timed their press conference for this year's E3. It begins June 16th @ 9.00am PDT / 12.00pm EDT / 5.00pm GMT +1.

What exactly will they have at their just-before-E3-kicks-off conference event? Not sure yet, as they'll be letting us know 'soon', but you can place your bets on Eidos' Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Tomb Raider.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided 'entirely ghostable' with 'conversation-boss-battles' confirmed

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Game director Jean-François Dugas at Eidos Montreal has affirmed that the upcoming Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is completely open to being ghosted, where Jensen will remain undetected through every encounter.

Also coming back are the conversation-led 'boss battles' where we put our charisma, or the C.A.S.I.E. augment, to the test. We got to experience these a handful of times in Human Revolution.

Details for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided start coming, boss encounters 'not limited to combat'

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The Game Informer piece on the newly announced Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has some very juicy intel. The official press release from Square Enix and Eidos Montreal barely sated our appetite.

Firstly, boss encounters can be tackled any way we choose - not just full combat. The number of augmentations 'has doubled' from Human Revolution, and we'll be exploring events leading to the original Deus Ex.

Square Enix officially announce Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, release date yet to be disclosed

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Despite having leaked already, Square Enix has now officially declared Deus Ex: Mankind Divided to the world. It's set two years after the events of Human Revolution with Jensen now working for an Interpol taskforce.

We're hunting augmented terrorist types, with Jensen expanding his skill set to tackle obstacles in new ways. Eidos Montreal boasts they're improving a lot of mechanics, including boss encounters.

First Images for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Leaked

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We reported earlier today that Square Enix was up to something shadowy and sinister as they began a "very special stream" on Twitch that was unfolding as an "interactive reveal" for one of its Western development studios' upcoming games.

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