Today marks the 11th anniversary of Deus Ex, the greatest game of all time and a product of the '90s that blew away PC gamers and future developers when it was released.
While its non-linearity, immersive world, and narrative approach were revolutionary and hugely influential for a first-person game at the time, it's not exactly remembered for having the best voice acting. What better way to end the weekend than a recollection of some of the finest moments in Deus Ex?
Happy birthday, JC! And thanks for the memories.
And because we're now less than two months away from Deus Ex: Human Revolution:
|8:00 AM on 01.26.2012|
Square Enix comes to Good Old Games with Deus Ex
Square Enix has finally debuted on Good Old Games, and it has two Eidos classics to kick things off. The legendary Deus Ex and the iconic Hitman: Codename 47 are now available on GOG for your edification. Deus Ex: GOTY ...more
|11:15 AM on 06.06.2013|
Next-gen Final Fantasy headlines Square Enix's E3 lineup
While Square Enix is increasingly becoming known for its wide-ranging, often quite good efforts as a publisher, there's still going to be a lot of Final Fantasy talk next week in Los Angeles at E3 2013. Kicking off the compan...more
|9:35 AM on 06.05.2013|
Deus Ex: The Fall is a mobile title
The next Deus Ex game is a mobile/tablet title. It was developed by Square Enix Mobile Europe in cooperation with Eidos Montreal, the folks behind Deus Ex: Human Revolution. They're calling Deus Ex: The Fall an action RPG; i...more
|11:30 AM on 06.03.2013|
Eidos asks if we're ready for Deus Ex: The Fall
Assuming that Deus Ex: The Fall is another game installment and not some spinoff project like a graphic novel, as some of you have suggested, then yes, Eidos Montréal, we are ready for it. Thanks for asking. And thanks...more