Archive for category Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Here’s the newest Deus Ex: Human Revolution trailer, which explores some of the deep conspiracies of the game. I played this for a bit at E3, and will get more hands on next week at Comic Con, so expect to see a hands on preview in a couple weeks. It’s looking really good so far.
This game is really looking good. As I mentioned before, out of everything I saw at E3 last year, the “Cut Scene” trailer shown for Deus Ex: Human Revolution, peaked my interest the most. In this new trailer, we see Adam Jensen showing us three different ways to infiltrate Sarif Manufacturing.
See Luke’s Impressions of the game from PAX, for more.
When I was at PAX East 2011, I got a chance to see brand new footage of Deus Ex: Human Revolution with several thousand other people. The only problem with that was that we weren’t allowed to capture it. I can totally understand why Eidos Montreal thought that was for the best. After all, the footage was from a build that was several months old, but after seeing what I saw, I was really impressed.
Honestly, I don’t see how that footage could have hurt the game; it was everything it should have been. To start things off, watch the video below. It gives you a look at what we saw, but does cut it short, since once the main hero entered the building, we got to see more of the action.
So I am back from PAX East 2011. I had a lot of fun being there, it was nice to see all the new and upcoming stuff as well as some of the old. This year was the first year that PAX East 2011 was held at the Boston Convention and Exhibit Center. I was told that there were some 70 thousand people that registered, which makes it a huge success, but from what I saw, BCEC can hold a lot more than that, and supposedly there are plans to make it even bigger. The world on the street is that they want to make it even bigger than PAX West. I was even told that there is a rumor circulating around that PAX might even be heading to London. It seem like PAX wants to take over the world… well maybe not, but it does seem that they are trying to give the fans, or consumers the ability to go to these type of shows and see the latest and greatest unlike that of E3 which is more media oriented. Having said all of this, lets go ahead and get to the t-shirts, that we are going to be giving away!