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Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Nintendo Wii U | PC | PlayStation 3 | Xbox 360
Genre: First Person Shooter
Developer: Eidos Official Site:
Publisher: Square Enix
Release Date:
25th August 2011
Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Genre: First Person Shooter
Developer: Eidos
Official Site:
Publisher: Square Enix
Release Date:
25th August 2011
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Wednesday, 12 June 2013
Post by Eorl @ 10:19am 12/06/13 | 5 Comments
Square Enix has revealed that the once Wii U exclusive title Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut is no longer an exclusive, coming to PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 alongside the Wii U.
“After our Director’s Cut announcement we received an overwhelming response from the community asking us to bring this ultimate edition of Human Revolution to other platforms,” said Stéphane D’Astous, General Manager of Eidos-Montréal. “We’re thrilled to accommodate that request. We can now say with pleasure, ‘You asked for this!’”
Bringing a variety of new content including overhauled boss battles, the Director's Cut of the amber-drenched world of Adam Jensen will also be launching with second-screen functionality similar to the Wii U's GamePad. Both Xbox SmartGlass and PS Vita will be gaining support for a full slate of features to utilise off-screen "that make the touchscreen interface Adam Jensen’s primary neural hub enhancement."

No specific release date has yet been given for the new Deus Ex: Human Revolution version, however it is expected to be available later this year.
Thursday, 21 March 2013
Post by Eorl @ 10:16am 21/03/13 | 2 Comments
After several rumours and a momentary pre-order listing on Amazon yesterday, Eidos Montreal, a studio of Square Enix, has officially revealed the Director's Cut for Deus Ex: Human Revolution on Wii U. The title will see various improvements over the original release in 2011, including GamePad support and the entire Missing Link chapter have also been integrated seamlessly into the narrative flow of the Director's Cut.

Other additions include overhauled boss fights, refined game balance and combat, improved AI, and striking visual improvements. The Director's Cut will also feature developer commentaries and also various in-game guides for users to utilise.

No release date has been given yet for the Wii U release, however several new screenshots have been revealed showing off how players will utilise Nintendo's Wii U GamePad, which you can check out below.

Wednesday, 20 March 2013
Post by Dan @ 11:08am 20/03/13 | 1 Comments
In a pre-order listing that has since been removed, online retail giant Amazon appears to have pre-empted an official announcement of Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut --a new version of the acclaimed 2011 title tailored for the Nintendo Wii U console.

The game's blurb claims it will introduce: "a multitude of improvements, features and additional content that bring this already critically-acclaimed adventure to whole new levels", and briefly notes a new console specific mechanic: "Tap into the Wii U's GamePad true potential: Adam Jensen's newest augmentation, the Neural Hub, offers an immersive and empowering experience, right at the tips of your fingers".

May 7th 2013 was listed as the release date before the page disappeared, with a price point of US$49.99.

Monday, 4 March 2013
Post by Dan @ 04:29pm 04/03/13 | 1 Comments
It hasn't been banned, or even had its rating changed at all as far as we can tell, but according to the Australian Classification Board database, a "modified" version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution was rated MA15+ on March 1st 2013.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution was classified MA15+ back in May 2011, flagged with the same "Strong themes, violence and sexual references" consumer advice, and was released on August 25th 2011 (AusGamers 9.2/10). The Australian version wasn't censored or distinct from international releases, so its unclear why the game would be taking another pass through the classification process.

Our local Square Enix reps would only tell us that they "can't make any comment at this time", so we're not really sure what to make of this one. It seems a little late for a Game of the Year/bundled DLC re-release, and the game only had one content expansion, The Missing Link.

Could it be a Wii U or PlayStation Vita port perhaps? Either of those would call for modification to take advantage of their unique hardware. We'll let you know if we find out more.
Friday, 16 November 2012
Post by Dan @ 10:34am 16/11/12 | 3 Comments
Production house CBS Films has named Scott Derrickson as the director of the upcoming Deus Ex: Human Revolution movie, to be based on the story of the cybernetically-augmented Adam Jensen of the 2011 videogame of the same name.

Derrickson is known for the acclaimed horror films Sinister, and The Exocisim of Emily Rose, and the less-loved Keanu Reeves-staring sci-fi The Day the Earth Stood Still, and will be penning the Deus Ex script with Sinister co-writer Robert Cargill (via: Deadline).
“Deus Ex is a phenomenal cyberpunk game with soul and intelligence,” said Derrickson. “By combining amazing action and tension with big, philosophical ideas, Deus Ex is smart, ballsy, and will make one hell of a movie. Cargill and I can’t wait to bring it to the big screen.”

I’m told that Derrickson and Cargill are serious about the lore of this game. In fact, they sat there and played through, all the way to the finish, before taking the meeting that ended up in this deal.
Perhaps there's hope for the future of videogame to film adaptations after all.
Tuesday, 6 September 2011
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:07pm 06/09/11 | 7 Comments
Siliconera has outed the first DLC release for Deus Ex: Human Revolution (AusGamers Review 9.2/10) called "The Missing Link". This was by no means an easy task though, with the Deus Ex community on the whole discovering a code on the game's main menu, which then lead them to 13311TOWER.COM. Here, on a static image, clicking on the pyramid eye post-it note, prompted a user/pass login and the community went to work on cracking it.

Eventually they were also lead to yet another site which actually contained GPS coordinate for Uluru, Australia. The username and password log-in also gave them an image of Adam Jensen apparently unconscious in some sort of sarcophagus with the words "What is the Missing Link"? sprawled in front of him.

Finally, it turns out after all of this, a community member accidentally stumbled upon an RSS feed outlining what is definitely DLC called "The Missing Link" that read: "The Deus Ex: Human Revolution conspiracy grows deeper in The Missing Link. During lead character Adam Jensen’s quest for the truth in Deus Ex: Human Revolution, he mysteriously vanishes for three days. Where was he? What did he find out? The Missing Link reveals it all."

After this discovery, producer David Anfossi also revealed that the content sees Jensen aboard a freighter and missing his augmentations. He's also being tortured by his captors and will need to replace his abilities and explore new environments in order to survive.

The team have now officially announced the DLC, which is due to arrive in October.
Friday, 2 September 2011
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:10am 02/09/11 | 31 Comments
Claims that a non-player character in Deus Ex: Human Revolution by the name of Letitia the "trash lady", is a racially charged stereotype that crosses the line, has caused Square Enix to issue an official statement.

"Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a fictional story which reflects the diversity of the world's future population by featuring characters of various cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds," the publisher said. "While these characters are meant to portray people living in the year 2027, it has never been our intention to represent any particular ethnic group in a negative light."

Check out the embedded example below - what do you think? Too far? Or overreaction?

Thanks Industry Gamers.

Friday, 19 August 2011
Post by darkjedi @ 10:27am 19/08/11 | 46 Comments
So after first announcing that Deus Ex: Human Revolution would be region locked on the PC, Square Enix have quickly backed down and decided that it wouldn't be a such a good idea after all.
We’re aware of some discussion regarding the planned region-locking of boxed PC versions of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and after careful review we have decided not to implement this in the UK/Europe/US/AUS. Please note, this plan only related to PC boxed games, and not digital or console editions.
After this broke news earlier this week, announced they'd offer up a refund for anyone who'd bought Deus Ex from them. With the lock not going ahead, they still plan to honour this offer and will be giving people refunds if they want them:

We have just been informed that Deus Ex Human Revolution will NOT be region-locked and WILL indeed work in Australia. This announcement was made on Eidos’ offical forums:

After the mixed messages we’ve had this week, we understand that some of you may have ordered the game at local retailers and so it is still our intention to refund all orders made at

Source: Eidos forums, Ozgameshop.
Friday, 5 August 2011
Post by Dan @ 02:11pm 05/08/11 | 0 Comments
Square Enix have released yet another dev diary style trailer for Deus Ex, rounding out their "Behind 2027" series of behind-the-scenes promo videos. This purported final installment offers some insight into the creation of the game's audio, discussing their approach to the soundtrack and the challenges of making that fit dynamically within the game's different gameplay styles as well as the creation of the many and varied sound effects throughout.

Watch the video embedded below or click here for the HD option.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is due on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on August 25th 2011.

Friday, 29 July 2011
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 09:07am 29/07/11 | 0 Comments
AusGamers has another local exclusive video for you today from the files of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, this time going into depth on the game's social and hacking fronts as active parts of the overall "four gameplay pillars" design directive Eidos Montreal have developed here.

The social aspect of the game is important for completing missions as it may help with vital information or in recruiting someone to your cause. It's also very important for those of you looking for an expanded gameplay experience, as the social pillar is how you'll discover your side-quests. As for hacking, it's fairly self-explanatory, but another cool gameplay pillar nonetheless with a surprisinging amount of depth.

Watch the video embedded below, or click here to stream in HD.