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Deus Ex: Human Revolution seen in the wild

Thursday, 4th March 2010 16:21 GMT By Johnny Cullen

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Square Enix may have shown that Deus Ex: Human Revolution is, indeed, very much real.

The title – rumoured to be the full title for Deus Ex 3 – was spotted in a drop-down list of games you pick as your favourite Eidos game when you register for a newsletter for the just-announced Lara Croft and The Guardian of Light.

Last month, trademark filings had found Square had registered for the title in Europe.

Earlier this morning, a new shot of Deus Ex 3 was revealed. Not much was in it, but the company says there will be  more info on it “shortly”.

The game’s due for release sometime this year for PS3, 360 and PC.

Thanks, Eurogamer.

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5 Comments

  1. Demiath

    HUMAN Revolution is a bit of a silly name. Are there any other types of revolutions? Apart from the Copernican ones, I mean…

    #1 5 years ago
  2. Erthazus

    If this game going to fail i will smash my PC to pieces. *Rage mode on*

    #2 5 years ago
  3. Aimless

    It’s not so silly when your game is about the proliferation of cybernetics and the merging of man and machine.

    At least that’s probably what the game’s about. Pretty much all we know is that it’s a prequel to the first game and the smoking ban hasn’t quite taken its toll yet.

    #3 5 years ago
  4. DeSpiritusBellum

    @1 – Obviously you’ve never had a cat revolt on your hands. I still wake up screaming at night.

    I’m one of those insane guys who don’t see loading screens and thinks that Deus Ex is still one of the best games ever made, but even without that, there’s pretty much zero reason to expect very much of Deus Ex 3. Or “Deus Ex -1, Pretentious Rebellion Subtitle” yada yada.

    Deus Ex was one wizard developer pitching a complete story wrapped in gameplay that was so and so, but you bought it hook, line and sinker. Given the practice of hiring washed up mercenary writers in games development today, and the whole gameplay-cloning that plagues the industry, it’s probably going to end up as a(nother) lame knockoff of some 1980′s flick that deserved to be forgotten in the first place, snappy catchphrases, Sean Connery cameos and all.

    #4 5 years ago
  5. Aperson

    DeSpiritusBellum

    great post! I too think deus ex is the best game ever, I just got it, and it’s awesome!

    #5 5 years ago

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