After several days of teasing, Eidos Montreal have fully unveiled Deus Ex: The Fall. It's a new chapter in the Deus Ex universe that explores the conspiracy behind the augmentation drug monopoly, though some of you might be surprised to learn that it's a first person shooter for "mobile and tablet devices."Click here to read more...
The buzz surrounding a potential Deus Ex: Human Revolution sequel is reaching fever pitch with the release of an official teaser trailer, following some light teasing yesterday. Blink and you'll miss it.
We'll find out what Deus Ex: The Fall is on June 5th... wait, that's tomorrow. Will it be a full-on series entry, a tie-in or some sort of expanded universe project like a novel, film or app?
Eidos Montreal have teased something called 'The Fall,' which ties in nicely with some domain registrations for Deus Ex: The Fall made earlier this year.
Could the studio behind Human Revolution be ready to reveal another chapter in the magnificent series?Click here to read more...
Square Enix has released a lengthy video showing off live gameplay footage of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn in action. The revitalised MMO promises to deliver a major graphical overhaul, as well as numerous tweaks to the much-maligned gameplay when it releases this summer on PC and PS3.
Bikini catgirls and beach parties will also feature in some capacity (as evidenced by 6:20 onwards). Good to know.Click here to read more...
Following a crushing financial report that saw the likes of Tomb Raider branded as commercial failures, Square Enix has identified some key areas in which they can improve.
Step one: Talk to customers more. Step two: produce new mobile games rather than insanely expensive ports of ancient IP. Step three: focus on region-specific titles rather than trying to please everyone with everything.
Step five: profit? More below.Click here to read more...
Along with you game, you get the Explosive Pack DLC, as well as digital versions of the art book, Behind-The-Scenes video, motion comic, and the soundtrack.
Square Enix have posted their report for the financial year just gone, and as expected, it does not make for happy reading.
Former president Yoichi Wada resigned his position earlier this year in response to the "extraordinary loss" that the company had made.Click here to read more...
Thanks to DestinyCalls815 @ HUKD!
This is quite a nice thing. In nearly every interview we run, we like to ask developers what they consider to be the most awesome, kickass, amazing, brilliant things about their games. Well, it looks like Crystal Dynamics have done much the same thing, reflecting on their game post-release, and coming up with a top ten video calling out their favourite bits.
Contains Deus Ex GOTY Edition, Deus Ex Invisible War, Deus Ex: Human Revolution Augmented Edition & The Missing Link DLC.
DXHR: Human Revolution - The Missing Link DLC | GamersGate | £2.50 (save £1.50)
Final Fantasy VII | Square Enix Store | £4.99 (Save £5)
Although a port of the original 1997 PC release, this version comes with wide-screen support, achievements, and a character booster. Thanks to alexnuggz @ HUKD!