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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 ab...

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Deus Ex: The Fall is a cyber Renaissance faire for touchscreens

Deus Ex is, by nature, a complicated game. You can start by simply moving around a level: There's cover to move in and out of, and stealth movement requires good timing and precision. Then, there's all of the abilities you have, from using various gadgets and weapons to choosing your bio-implants a...

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Deus Ex: The Fall announced for mobile, uploads this summer

Deus Ex: The Fall, a story driven action-RPG, has been announced for mobile and tablet devices. The game is a continuation of the novel Deus Ex: The Icarus Effect. The game is priced at $6.99/£4.99/5.99€, with the first installment planned this summer. "Players can expect exploratio...

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Deus Ex Facebook page: Human Defiance is a game, reveal tomorrow

The official Deus Ex Facebook page announced a "world's first look" at Deus Ex: Human Defiance tomorrow, disclosing in the comments the property is in fact a game, and not a movie. Square Enix trademarked the name last month, but registered web domains by CBS Films pointed towards the Deus Ex film ...

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Cell: emergence version 1.1 reacts massively on XBLIG, PC

If you're going to play something on Xbox Live Indie Games that doesn't involve mining, it might as well be an organic, massively reactive, cellular strategy game from the principal writer of the original Deus Ex, Sheldon Pacotti. Cell: emergence takes place in the body of a sick child, where playe...

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CD Projekt Red's 'Cyberpunk' inspired by System Shock, Blade Runner [Update]

The Witcher series developer CD Projekt Red is deriving its latest game, Cyberpunk, from the pen-and-paper game of the same name – but that's not where all of its direction is coming from. Cyberpunk draws inspiration from William Gibson novels, Blade Runner, the Ghost in the Shell anime and m...

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Overheard@Comic-con: A nerd walks into a video game store...

As the man behind titles such as System Shock, Thief and Deus Ex, it's no surprise Warren Spector has a slightly warped sense of humor. For example, when naming Deus Ex, Spector thought it would be funny to pick a title that some people would be hesitant to pronounce, and he still thinks it's funny...

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Deus Ex film rights picked up by CBS

CBS Films has picked up the rights to Square Enix's Deus Ex franchise, and plans on producing a movie based on the latest game in the series, Deux Ex: Human Revolution. Developer Eidos Montreal will have a stake in the film, Variety reports, with CBS Films working "closely" with Eidos Montreal on a...

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Ex-Deus Ex writer Sheldon Pacotti on massive reactions in Cell: emergence

Sheldon Pacotti, principal writer for the original Deus Ex and its sequel, Invisible War, leads a quietly explosive life. He teaches game writing at the University of Texas, is a software architect at a business design, marketing and consulting firm called frog (capitalization is apparently out t...

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Square Enix joins Good Old Games with Deus Ex and Hitman

Square Enix has joined the ever-growing list of publishers to bring its classic titles to GOG.com. The first two Square-Enix titles to hit the service are Hitman: Codename 47 and Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition (2000 being the year in question). You can pick up either for $5.99 and $9.99 respecti...

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