Want your Deus Ex a little more action-packed? Our latest look at Eidos Montreal's Deus Ex: Human Revolution fits the bill. It's an opportunity to see protagonist Adam Jensen get his ass kicked and to bask in a whole lotta cybernetic gun fights.
Alright, alright, so there are some greens and reds intermingled with the rich, golden hues of Eidos Montreal's new Deus Ex prequel, but this game's so luscious and brassy it's going to sound redundant when Square Enix announces it's officially gone gold. Ahem.
Rock, Paper, Shotgun's Quintin Smith recently got a chance to play ten hours' worth of Eidos Montreal's latest cyberpunk thriller, Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Rather than exhaustively regurgitating every minute, instead he shares the thoughts playing the game put into his head. Thoughts like, "I am SUCH a badass.…
I've learned to walk in Deus Ex: Human Revolution, seeing its first-person shooter side, getting my feet wet in its sci-fi drama and corporate espionage, before diving into its cyberpunk depths.
How did the combination of Deus Ex's brand of cyberpunk, the Greek myth of Icarus and baroque fashions almost turn Deus Ex: Human Revolution into a futuristic Renaissance fair? With very good intentions by the new Deus Ex team.
To promote the upcoming cyberpunk game Deus Ex, game Eidos Montreal posted an image of a lighter. Wow. That's so exciting!
Well, it's a trademark filing, that's what.
There weren’t enough exciting,…