Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link Summary
Square Enix are releasing N-Fusion and Eidos Montreal's Deus Ex: The Fall ahead of schedule. The new date for the stealth action RPG is one week earlier on March 18th, as opposed to March 25th.
Pre-orders of The Fall are given the original PC classic Deus Ex game for free. I'm sure this earlier release had nothing to do with a demonic action-RPG debuting on the 25th?
Square Enix and Eidos Montreal have released the long awaited Director's Cut to Deus Ex: Human Revolution in the US on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and PC. Europe and PAL territories must wait until Friday.
The overhaul brings with it significant changes like a New Game + mode, second screen features, new augmentations, better visuals, stealth approaches to boss fights, and more.
The relationship between a PC gamer and his mouse is a sacred one, which is why the release of Windows 8.1 is causing a virtual nightmare to unfold. Apparently the updated OS has tinkered where it shouldn't.
Something has altered in how Windows 8.1 updates where the cursor is on screen, meaning games that don't take direct raw input from the mouse are suffering terrible cursor-jumping lag.
Square Enix has revealed the options for PC gamers that will be available for those interested in the Director's Cut of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
The Director's Cut for Eidos Montreal's Deus Ex: Human Revolution is on its way for Nintendo Wii U, hence why this walkthrough trailer is all about using the Wii U Gamepad. What about PC?
Don't worry Deus Ex fans because, in case you forgot, Square Enix announced the Director's Cut will also be heading to PC and consoles. We get to see one of the revamped boss fights.