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THM Jul 1, 11
This game is ground-breaking in some way....I particularly like the glass style in that game...
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Lorx Jul 2, 11
I wonder if there will be multiple endings, based on what you find out? They have so much data in so many places, it'd be interesting to see the game quiz players on what they've found later on, to push the story in different directions. Maybe a situation where two people have each other at gunpoint, and you have to choose which to shoot without any sort of indication as to which dude to shoot, so you have to base everything off knowledge obtained previously.
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ashantiqua Jul 2, 11
looks pretty cool.

hopefully the combat/stealth is polished.
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Paradox Jul 2, 11
Why does this game look more futuristic than the original Deus Ex?

It looks alright I suppose.
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DannyB01 Jul 4, 11
More powerful consoles gives them more ability to do what they want basically. It looks great so don't complain! Absolutely cannot wait for this.
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Paradox Jul 4, 11
quote DannyB01
More powerful consoles gives them more ability to do what they want basically. It looks great so don't complain! Absolutely cannot wait for this.
I'm skeptical because I loved the first Deus Ex and after the whole Invisible War thing... and the fact that Square Enix is the publisher... well a lot of things could go wrong.
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DannyB01 Jul 4, 11
quote Paradox
I'm skeptical because I loved the first Deus Ex and after the whole Invisible War thing... and the fact that Square Enix is the publisher... well a lot of things could go wrong.
I guess that's true. Square Enix have been true masters of ballsing stuff up recently.
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