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Deus Ex: The Fall sneaks onto Steam a week early

Deus Ex: The Fall made the jump from mobiles to PC today, and you can pick it up on Steam right now for $10 in North America, or £8/10 euros in Europe. The PC port was originally due on March 25, but Square Enix stealthily brought the release date forward by a week. The Fall follows on...

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Deux Ex: The Fall all up in Steam's vents, out next month

Deus Ex: The Fall has the gall to declare exactly when it'll infiltrate the Steam compound, and that's March 25. The enhanced PC version of the iOS and Android action-RPG will be priced $10 in North America, £8/10 euros in Europe, and pre-orders will snag a copy of Deus Ex: Game of the Year...

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Deus Ex: The Fall synapses with Android

Android users who've been waiting to take The Fall will be pleased to know the Deus Ex mobile game breached the walls of Google Play today. From what we can see, there are no additions to the 2013 iOS version, or to its asking price of $7. If you want to augment your knowledge on Deus Ex: The...

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Deus Ex: The Fall drops price

Deus Ex: The Fall's price has been augmented to $.99 through January 2, 2014. The Fall is the mobile spin-off of Deus Ex novel "The Icarus Effect," picking up right from where the book leaves off, which ends up being a precursor to the video game Human Revolution. Confused by the convoluted?...

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Deus Ex: The Fall update sneaks in iPad 2 support, AI fixes

Square Enix has issued a new update for Deus Ex: The Fall, the iOS action-RPG set after the events of the Deus Ex: The Icarus Effect novel. This latest patch adds support for iPad 2, fixes a few crash bugs and enhances AI, guaranteeing "enemies do not lose sight of the player" any longer. Deus...

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Deus Ex: The Fall patch restores missing gunplay

Deus Ex: The Fall is now playable, in full, on any iOS device, regardless of its jailbroken status. When The Fall launched earlier this month, it included a surprise feature that blocked all guns from firing on jailbroken devices. Square Enix never announced this feature beforehand, so some players...

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Deus Ex: The Fall stumbles as it lands

This is Portabliss, a column about downloadable games that can be played on the go. Deus Ex: The Fall had a difficult coming out party. After predicting a follow-up to Deus Ex: Human Revolution, fans recoiled in frustration when Square Enix revealed The Fall as a mobile-exclusive game. Molding...

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Deus Ex: The Fall update will unjam guns on jailbroken iOS devices

As of right now, Deus Ex: The Fall won't let you fire any guns when played on jailbroken iOS devices. Square Enix has confirmed to Joystiq today an upcoming update will allow all devices, jailbroken or not, full access to the game. The Square Enix statement sent to Joystiq reads: "We have not been...

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Deus Ex: The Fall jams your gun on jailbroken iOS devices

Those playing Deus Ex: The Fall, which launched for iOS for $6.99, on jailbroken iDevices have found none of their guns work – not even the tranquilizer gun. The limitation was first outed on Reddit, with many reviews in the App store describing the game's surprise "feature." The prompt...

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Deus Ex: The Fall lands July 11

Deus Ex: The Fall, the all-new mobile game set in Square's cyberpunk renaissance, will hack its way to the App Store this Thursday, July 11. Most folks were unsure about the game when it was first announced, but we're here to assure you that it works, "for the most part." The Fall will...

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