Here is your reminder that in addition to Uncharted 4, Overwatch, No Man’s Sky, Star Ocean 5, Zero Time Dilemma, Final Fantasy XV, Mafia III, Danganronpa 3, Gears of War 4, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Doom, and all of the other cool-looking games scheduled for the next few months, not to mention all the stuff that’ll be…
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is delayed to August 23, 2016, Eidos Montreal just announced. It was originally planned for February. Insert all jokes about asking for things here.
You know how in Deus Ex, you’d throw an item at an NPC, even with level 4 muscle augs activated, and it’d bounce off of them harmlessly and they’d make a snide comment? Thanks to GMDX, those days are over.
Lots of video games strive to look like the real world, but they still follow their own distinct rules. Every person and thing has been designed specifically for you, the player. So it can be pretty jarring—and cool—when a game throws that out the window.
Deus Ex is one of gaming’s all-time greats, but let’s be real: 2000 was a long time ago. Some parts of the game—like, say the visuals—don’t really hold up, which is where the fan-developed Revision project is stepping in. The strangest part? Square Enix, who owns the Deus Ex series these days, is totally on board.
Remember that awful pre-order scheme that the publisher of the next Deus Ex game cooked up? The one that urged fans to plunk down money in advance with the possibility of having the game to come out four days early? Well, Square Enix wised up and ended the shenanigans.
Square Enix has given a launch date of February 23 for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided in a recent press release.
If you live in a big city you’ve probably seen many poster walls around that are plastered with an ever-changing sequence of ads, sometimes a whole row of the same thing and other times just a assortment of stuff or, when worse comes to worst, every Mortdecai character poster in sequence. It appears Square Enix has…
Frédéric Bennett works as a concept artist at Eidos Montreal. Get ready for sweet art from the new Deus Ex game, Mankind Divided.
Here is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’s entire E3 gameplay demo. It’s pretty hot.
Today Square Enix debuted the first in-game footage of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. As expected, it’s cyberpunk as fuck.
Should I care about Neon Struct? Absolutely. What it lacks in complexity, it makes up for with pure stealthy satisfaction. It’s the original Deus Ex meets the original Thief. I’ve been wanting to play another stealth game like this for years.
It’s not the likeliest of crossovers, but it’s definitely one of the most interesting. Street Fighters with augments, hands that turn into guns, kitchens full of cereal...
On a very special Friday installment of The Steam Stream, I’m playing Solarix, a new sci-fi horror game with open-ended Deus-Ex-style gameplay. Watch me get embarrassingly frightened below.
An official Half-Life game from the creator of Deus Ex? Oh to live in the alternate universe where it actually happened.
Everyone has that one game they still remember playing for the first time. For me, it was Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Looking back, it seems weird—other games occupy my personal best-of list, but something about Human Revolution struck a distinct chord with me. It is a game I love. With the recent announcement of a new
Undaunted by yesterday’s leak, Square Enix today released the first trailer for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, the sequel to 2011’s Human Revolution. It’s all CGI, sadly.
Since yesterday, Square Enix has been teasing a new game via a three-day alternate reality game that was due to end tomorrow. But their surprise has been ruined. Today, an early leak from the Russian website Kanobu.RU (as found by NeoGAF) has revealed that the big tease is for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, a sequel to…
Les Baugh lost both of his arms over 40 years ago in a "freak" electrical accident. Now, in this footage, we get to see him doing everyday things he hasn't done for decades, courtesy of not one but two robotic prosthetic limbs.