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Released on 26-Aug-2011
is at the heart of the game, and the official guide reflects this in every way.
Multiple route walkthroughs are provided for each and every section of the game,
so wherever you are you’ll be able to see all of the possible approaches and their
rewards and consequences. See what the game truly has to offer and get the
complete Deus Ex: Human Revolution experience.
The walkthrough features a unique multi-route structure. Whether you play stealthily, hack your way through, or simply shooting everyone down, there’s a route to follow that suits your playstyle.
Understanding and combining the Augmentations is where the real fun lies in Deus Ex. The dedicated Augmentation chapter covers each Augmentation in exhaustive detail.
Quick-look Item Maps
For each section in the game we provide highly detailed maps. The Optional Exploration sections of the guide ensure you’ll never miss an item or secret.
Use of Weapons
Learn everything there is to know about the game’s arsenal of weapons, grenades and mines. A staggering amount of information is divulged about each one.
Side Quest Mastery
Ensure that you don’t miss a single Side Quest and experience the complete Deus Ex: Human Revolution story. We provide a separate walkthrough for each Side Quest and all rewards are outlined.
Our comprehensive Completion Guide is designed with a single goal in mind: unlocking every single Achievement/Trophy in a single play through.
The smash hit Deus Ex: Human Revolution will receive a new story chapter in the form of a downloadable content release next month.
Coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, the new DLC, entitled The Missing Link, will be out in October and will fill in a gap in the main story when cybernetically-enhanced protagonist Adam Jensen goes missing for three days.
The new chapter will see Adam taken captive on a mysterious freighter with all of his enhancements disabled, meaning he will need to use his most basic skills to fight for survival, rebuild his augmentation set and escape.
In the process, players will encounter new enemies and allies, while discovering further layers to the intricate conspiracy plotline that has made Deus Ex: Human Revolution such a success.
David Anfossi, the game's producer, said: "Gamers will be able to experience a vulnerable side of Adam like never before, which gives the overall game a whole new dimension."
Game development studio Square Enix London has announced plans to launch Sleeping Dogs, an open-world action game set in Hong Kong.
Players will take on the role of undercover cop Wei Shen as he attempts to take down the notorious Hong Kong Triads from the inside and copes with the pressures of leading a double life, questioning his own motives and who he can trust.
Stephen Van Der Mescht, executive producer at United Front Games, said the game is going to offer an "intense and immersive experience".
"The extensive experience both our studios have in creating compelling openworld gameplay and rich and rewarding combat makes for a perfect partnership," added Mr Van Der Mescht.
This week brought the news that acclaimed actor Michael Fassbender will be producing and starring in the Assassin's Creed movie, but that may just be the first trickle of what could be a flood of new video game spin-off films.
Today brings news that Universal has hired two new writers to work on its long-gestating God of War movie. Hollywood Reporter says that Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, veterans of the Saw series, will write the script. A previous draft had been submitted by David Self, writer of The Wolfman and Road to Perdition. Melton and Dunstan may have cut their teeth on the last four Saw movies, but their next project is Guillermo Del Toro's Pacific Rim, a 2013 blockbuster about giant mechs battling Godzilla-style monsters.
Meanwhile, film industry bible Variety reports that Square Enix has teamed up with CBS Films to adapt last year's stealthy cyberpunk smash Deus Ex: Human Revolution into a movie. No word on stars or director but Phil Rogers, Square Enix Europe boss man, promised a movie that would both honour and explore the "stimulating, engaging and relevant" universe the Deus Ex games provide.
What do you think? Are there any more games you'd like to see on the silver screen?
Ever since Bob Hoskins squeezed himself into Mario's overalls back in 1993, the video game movie has been a controversial beast. Most have been savaged by movie critics, while few have left fans of the original games satisfied.
Could that be changing? Deus Ex: Human Revolution is the latest high profile game to be snapped up by Hollywood, with Scott Derrickson lined up to direct the sci-fi thriller. He's best known for recent horror hit Sinister, and also directed The Exorcism of Emily Rose and the Keanu Reeves remake of The Day The Earth Stood Still. Derrickson will co-write the movie with C. Robert Cargill.
"Deus Ex is a phenomenal cyberpunk game with soul and intelligence," Derrickson said in the studio announcement. "By combining amazing action and tension with big, philosophical ideas, Deus Ex is smart, ballsy, and will make one hell of a movie. Cargill and I can't wait to bring it to the big screen."
Deus Ex joins many other big name games in the rush to the big screen over the next few years. Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul will star in a movie version of Need for Speed, Michael Fassbender is set to headline the Assassin's Creed movie while Tom Hardy will be slipping into Sam Fisher's goggles for a Splinter Cell flick.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution DLC coming … (09/09/2011)
The smash hit Deus Ex: Human Revolution will receive a new story chapter in the form of a downloadable content release next month.…
Square Enix London launches Sleeping … (09/02/2012)
Game development studio Square Enix London has announced plans to launch Sleeping Dogs, an open-world action game set in Hong Kong.…
Today brings news that Universal has hired two new writers to work on its long-gestating God of War movie, while, film industry bible Variety reports that Square Enix has teamed up with CBS Films to a…
Deus Ex becomes the latest game to ge… (19/11/2012)
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is the latest high profile game to be snapped up by Hollywood, with Scott Derrickson lined up to direct the sci-fi thriller.…
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