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Deux Ex: Human Revolution 'should' be played on PC

10:15 AM on 08.15.2011

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Rare is the developer that embraces the PC and makes it the official platform of a game, but cherished is his wisdom in the eyes of the anointed. Deus Ex: Human Revolution developer Nixxes Software has admitted that PC is the way to go with its own game, confirming its superiority on computers.

"We are obviously a little biased, but for us here at Nixxes, the PC version really is the version you should play," he explained. "The extra depth you get from 3D or EyeFinity, and the extra crispness of the enhanced resolution, effects, and frame-rate, really give you superior visuals.

"And the speed and accuracy that you get from playing with mouse and keyboard compared with a gamepad, at least for me personally, makes it a pretty easy choice."

Yet another victory for the glorious PC gaming master race, whose very piss you are not fit to bathe in. Oh, ye console gaming maggots, look away from your superiors, their golden skin is far too magnificent for your putrid mortal eyes to audaciously comprehend. Look away and be grateful, grateful that you are in the presence of that which, compared to your own fettered kind, are as GODS compared to watery excrement dribbling from a tramp's anus. HAIL VICTORY! HAIL VICTORY! HAIL VICTORY! HAIL VICTORY!

Deus Ex: Human Revolution PC version 'is the one you should play' - dev [CVG]

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