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Original Deus Ex creators in one hour Let’s Play of Deus Ex, continue celebration of 15th Anniversary

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Warren Spector, Chris Norden and Sheldon Pacotti are all original creators of the dystopic Deus Ex, so it's only fair they're subjected to a lengthy Let’s Play marathon of their original creation to celebrate 15 years of Deus Ex.

Listen carefully because they'll be offering their unique insight into the game and its universe. The plot maybe linear, "but within each part of the plot you can do whatever you want - that's the cool thing", declares Spector.

Square Enix running "interactive reveal" Twitch stream for 'Project CKP', likely for new Deus Ex

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Something shadowy and sinister is in the works over at Square Enix as they've begun a "very special stream" that's unfolding as an "interactive reveal" for one of their Western development studios.

At the end of this three day event we'll be shown the "next major game", but until then Twitch viewers will be affecting "several key moments" through chat. Is this for the next Deus Ex?

Deus Ex: The Fall releasing one week early, now due March 18th

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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?

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut launches in US

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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.

Report: Mouse lag affects games in newly launched WIndows 8.1

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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.

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