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‘Deus Ex: The Fall’ is Coming to PC

Square Enix today announced that Deus Ex: The Fall will be coming to PC on March 25. The game will be available through Steam on that date and will cost only $10. The Fall is an ambitious first-person action game …

Next-Gen ‘Deus Ex’ is in Development

Square Enix today confirmed that Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut will be launching for consoles (including Wii U) and PC on October 22 in North America. In addition to this announcement, however, the publisher announced that the Deus …

‘Deus Ex: Human Revolution’ For Wii U Previewed in Gameplay Video
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Though tons of video game news is coming out of this week’s Gamescom conference, not much of it concerns Nintendo’s Wii U platform. Instead, the next-generation buzz continues to surround Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One. Square Enix, however, …

Deus Ex: The Fall Out For iPhone, iPad

Deus Ex: The Fall is officially out for iOS platforms. The game is an offshoot of the 2011 game Deus Ex: Human Revolution. It’s also one of the most ambitious mobile games yet released, attempting to bring the experience of …

‘Deus Ex: The Fall’ Out Later This Week

Around one month ago, Square Enix revealed that it is bringing a version of Deus Ex to Apple’s mobile devices. Titled Deus Ex: The Fall, the game features a new story with a new protagonist. The gameplay from Deus Ex: …

Deus Ex: The Fall Is Not The Sequel You Were Expecting

Deus Ex: Human Revolution was a reboot done right. It respected the vision of the original title, while updating the gameplay and presentation to modern standards. By all accounts, it was a massive success. Now Square Enix is trying to …

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Comes To Wii U With New Content

Eidos Montreal proved it had the chops to revive one of the most beloved series in gaming in 2011 with Deus Ex: Human Revolution. The game went on to win numerous awards and sell 2.18 million units in its first …

Hitman/Deus Ex Crossover Add-Ons are on the Way [Trailer]

It’s good that Square Enix isn’t taking Hitman: Absolution too seriously. The silly costumes and over-the-top villains combine to give the game a sense of fun that some other developers seem to have abandoned. Today, Square Enix has released a …