I’m not normally one for clips of developers talking over the top of their video game, but this 17-minute Deus Ex video has Adam Jensen taking a very sad shower, so it gets a pass.
Here is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’s entire E3 gameplay demo. It’s pretty hot.
Despite having been out for a little while now, over the past 24 hours we've got a number of complaints from users saying that Thief has suddenly developed a nasty game-breaking bug.
A city full of closed doors and dead ends, boxed in and lined with nothing but rough edges: That's Thief.
Here's a start-to-finish look at the first mission in Thief, 10 days away from its Feb. 25 launch. Garrett's trying to make his way back to his hideout during "Lockdown," when, well, opportunities arise, as they usually do.
This is the definitive Tomb Raider launch trailer. Forgot all those other Tomb Raider launch trailers. They did not count. This one, for next week's Xbox One and PlayStation 4 Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, is the one to watch.
As wonderful as it is, as timeless as it threatens to be, The Neverending Story is still very much a product of the 1980s. So let's take a moment to imagine what it might have looked like if it had been made in 2014, instead of 1984.
Eidos Montreal, the studio behind Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Thief, has just cancelled a third game they had planned, multiple sources have informed Kotaku.
One of the saddest game cancellations of the last few years has got to be Grin's Fortress, an ambitious Final Fantasy title that would have been the first major game in the franchise to be developed outside Japan. Those interested to see what a Western take on the series might look like, though, still have hope.
Square Enix, international conglomerate behind everything from Final Fantasy to Tomb Raider would like to help your best game ideas get some crowd-funding. Oh, and they might let your game star some of their characters. Whoa. Slow down there. Eidos characters. You ain't going to be remaking Final Fantasy VII.
Deus Ex is going next-gen, and although the next game in Eidos's popular sci-fi series won't be here for a while, at least we've got some concept art.
Hey, here's where there should be some good news! The upcoming Thief game, which already has people a little worried, thought it was doing the right thing by including a mission that was a straight homage to Thief II's bank heist. Which it immediately spoils by making it pre-order DLC.
Release Date Announcement: We just got word from Square Enix that Thief will release on February 25 of next year. You can watch the new Gamescom trailer released in tandem with the news right here.
Ex-Eidos Montreal boss Stephane D'Astous, who left the studio last Friday, has come out firing shots at his former parent company.
Let's just put this guy's body in this chair like he's chilling out, and pretend nothing happened here... With The Director's Cut and The Fall on the horizon, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is still around and kicking. Messing with enemy bodies will always be fun. Always.
We'd been hearing rumors that the new Thief was in trouble, which made for a worrisome combination with the findings of our columnist/sleuth Superannuation, who last June dug up a distressing amount of turnover at the game's developer Eidos Montreal. A new report at Polygon backs up those earlier concerns, describing…
The problem with April Fools' jokes is that 50% of the time I wish the prank product was actually real. Eidos Montreal contributes to the problem with their version of a prank: the "reveal" of an 8-bit Deus Ex game.