Eidos, Deus Ex websites hacked, personal info stolen

The public websites for Eidos and its upcoming game Deus Ex: Human Revolution were apparently “defaced and plundered” in an attack on Wednesday, believed to have its origins within hacktivist group Anonymous.

9 years ago

Website headlines

  • Closed beta sign ups start for Huxley: The Dystopia

    NHN and Webzen are accepting closed beta sign-ups for the PC version of Huxley: The Dystopia. The MMO has been in open beta in Korea since 2008, uses Unreal Engine 3, and combines FPS and RPG elements. But you knew that already. A release window for PC or Xbox 360 has yet to be announced. […]

    11 years ago
  • Infinity Ward launches new site

    According to Infinity Ward’s Rob Bowling, the Call of Duty 4 developer has now launched its new website. From Bowling: The new site features exclusive developer content, blogs, videos, and of course the brand new Call of Duty 4 and Infinity Ward community forums. If you were a member of -OR- the old […]

    11 years ago
  • GTA IV site updated with screens and radio

    Here. From MaxConsole: Steve Hahnel of Rockstar NYC has got in touch to let us know that the GTA IV website has been updated again with a bunch of new features. Two radio stations are revealed with their hosts, there are new screen shots, new videos and new information about the game. Head on over […]

    12 years ago
  • Alone in the Dark site live

    Here. Looking very promising, this. The next instalment in Atari’s survival horror franchise – set in New York’s Central Park and tipped by journalists as a real eye-opener in the current-gen action stakes – is now slated for May release. The website has a section for “mutant trees”, which is worth looking at in itself.

    12 years ago