Addressing notable flaws in the original release's design and taking advantage of the Wii U's system-specific features, Deux Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut sounds good on paper. How's it look in motion? This video from Eidos Montreal shares a few snippets. Look closely!
"My goal with the director's cut was to give the ultimate edition of Human Revolution," said executive game director Jean-Francois Dugas. For the immediate future, at least, the Director's Cut content won't leave Wii U. Give it some time and maybe that will change.
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