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The Next Deus Ex Launches In February

Square Enix has given a launch date of February 23 for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided in a recent press release. The accompanying PS Blog post also describes the pre-order bonuses for the game.


Deus Ex Propaganda Posters Spotted In The Wild

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 put a few anti-cyborg propaganda posters into the mix on some of those walls in NYC. Very interesting.


With Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Incoming, Eidos Montreal Devs Play Human Revolution

I think we’re all ready for a new Deus Ex game. Thankfully, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will be with us early 2016, delays notwithstanding. As for 2015, it marks the 15th anniversary of the release of the original and to give this event some recognition, a pair of Eidos Montreal developers fired up Human Revolution and provided some commentary on its creation.


Sweet Art From The New Deus Ex Game

Frédéric Bennett works as a concept artist at Eidos Montreal. Get ready for sweet art from the new Deus Ex game, Mankind Divided.


A Let's Play Of Deus Ex With Warren Spector, The Man Who Created It

Deus Ex is arguably the greatest PC game ever made. So how about a Let’s Play of it, with Phil Spector, Sheldon Pacotti and Chris Norden — they only made the damn game.


25 Minutes Of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Here is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided‘s entire E3 gameplay demo. It is hotter than your significant other and most celebrities.


Convince An Eidos Montreal Employee To Reveal Details About The Next Deus Ex

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is on its way and while you could fire up the previous Deus Ex games to prepare for the next instalment, you do have another option — playing as the voice actor for protagonist Adam Jensen as he tries to convince an Eidos Montreal employee to spill the beans.


Neon Struct Is The Stealth Game I've Been Waiting For

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.


Deus Ex Meets Street Fighter

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…


Solarix Wants To Be A Scary Deus Ex, But Something's Missing

Should I care about Solarix? Yes and no. I really love what Solarix tries to achieve — a new game in the mould of the original Deus Ex or System Shock 2 — but it lacks their spirit, their soul.


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