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[bcvideo id="1211736370001"] Eidos Montreal have released the second part of their walkthrough for the Deus Ex Missing Link DLC. Like the first part it's about five minutes long. which means they're only show the first ten minutes of the game. Those who fear spoilers might want to avoid watching, but keep in mind that The Missing Link is going to be five hours long. The Missing Link will be out this month, for more details, check out our Deus Ex: Human Revolution Missing Link preview.
[bcvideo id="1178247943001"] Square Enix have sent over a new trailer and some screenshots for Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link. Tom's played it, and it's rather exciting. You can read his thoughts in our Deus Ex: Human Revolution Missing Link preview. The walkthrough trailer above shows us the tense opening minutes. Shirtless, and therefore powerless, Jensen's forced to use extra caution to get around the cargo ship. It may feel a little familiar to those who have played the ship level in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory. In case you missed them on Friday, Square Enix sent over three new screenshots showing the ship's interior, which is slightly surprising, because the improved lighting and storm effects on the deck shown in the trailer look much more spectacular. Even at sea, everything has that smokey, golden sheen.
Human Revolution was brilliant at letting you play the way you wanted. Its boss fights were terrible for not doing that. When it emerged that they’d been outsourced to another developer, you had to wonder: what would they have been like if Eidos Montreal had made them? Here’s one they did. I won’t spoil anything about the plot of the new Missing Link DLC, but I’ll tell you how I took out its boss.
[bcvideo id="1149524369001"] A Q&A session on the Eidos Montreal tumblr has turned up a few new details about the upcoming Missing Link DLC for Deus Ex Human Revolution. The new missions will be accessible through a separate shortcut on the main menu, meaning you'll be able to play it whenever you like. You won't have to revisit an earlier save to revisit the point in the story at which the missions take place. The Missing Link follows Adam's attempt to escape from the Belltower organisation. Kidnapped, augs disabled and shirt stolen, he has to fight his way off the ship he's imprisoned on. The premise is designed to wipe Adam's skill sheet clean, letting players try out the augs they might otherwise avoid.
Sometimes, even the best games end up with the absolute worst DLC. Fortunately, Jensen's not being saddled with the latest in cybernetically enhanced horse armor. Missing Link's looking like quite the thing, and the boss fight sounds like it'll make all my wildest dreams come true - including the part where I'm always wearing a trench coat for some reason. Best of all, the wait's nowhere near as excruciating as, say, getting your arms replaced with transforming robot swords. According to Human Revolution's Facebook page, the DLC's launching on October 18 - aka, next week. The price is a bit steep at $14.99/€10.99, but you're getting what essentially amounts to a whole new chapter in the game. Regardless, I'm pretty thrilled. Are you? Update: Square Enix have sent over word that Missing Link will cost £8.99 in the UK.
With the Deus Ex: Human Revolution Missing Link DLC out next week the nice chaps of Square-Enix have given us some of Human Revolution to give away. Not just any copies though. No, we've got three Collectors Editions. Each one comes with tons of bonus material, in game items and even an Adam Jensen action figure. He definitely asked for this. Check inside to see exactly what you can win, and how to enter.
Perhaps you missed out on Deus Ex: Human Revolution last year. Maybe you've been biding your time, waiting for a price drop before you pick it up. Now's your chance. It's on sale this weekend for one third of its usual price on Steam. That's £10.19 for Brits and $16.99 if you're in the US. That's a pretty good price for a great game. We gave it a score of 94 in our Deus Ex: Human Revolution review. Perhaps you own Deus Ex: Human Revolution, love it and wish there was more of it. In that case, you should definitely check out The Missing Link DLC. It's similarly discounted for the duration of the weekend. For £3.05 / $5.09 you'll get a 5+ hour campaign set on board an enormous futuristic ship caught in the midst of a storm. Find out why it's so good, and how it improves on Human Revolution's dodgy boss fights in our Missing Link review. The deal's set to expire on Monday. Update: Thanks to commenter andrewfudge for pointing out that Deus Ex: Human Revolution is reduced to £7.50 on Green Man Gaming today.
The headline says it all. The Missing Link fills in the gap you probably didn't know existed in Deus Ex: Human Revolution's main storyline. A quiet sleep in a transport pod in the story turns out not to have been a quiet sleep at all, but a terrible nightmare in which Jensen loses his shirt aboard a stormy ship, and must get it back by any means necessary.
The first DLC for Deus Ex: Human Revolution has now been confirmed, and will fill in the gap of Adam Jensen's three days off the grid during Human Revolution. Jensen has reportedly been tortured by Belltower and had his augs de-activated while aboard a cargo ship and must rebuild his skills from scratch and make new allies in order to escape.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution starts, as you’ll know if you read Tom’s diary yesterday, with a mission to stop terrorists from stealing a prototype from one of Sarif Industries' labs. The difference is that where Tom decided to play as a psychopath - "play as" - I’m making my way through the game as a stealthy, non-lethal hacker. I sneak by enemies, and if I can’t sneak, I snipe them with my tranquiliser gun, and if I can’t snipe, I punch them so hard they go to bed. I’m basically roleplaying Batman.
Square Enix have sent over word that their bank accounts have been suddenly augmented by huge sales of the excellent Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Two million "units" have been shipped worldwide. Thanks to a controversy involving Gamestop and some OnLive vouchers inside those copies, many will have been sent straight back, but for the most part that is a large and impressive number. Are you one of the two million? Will you be picking up the Missing Link DLC? If you had the choice, would you replace your regular arms with bionic ones? Let us know in the comments below.
"Cheap as chips" is a throwaway UK saying for something that has plunged straight through the realm of "inexpensive," surpassed the grotty lands of "surprisingly good value" and come to rest in the sugary sands of "tat." Few things in this world are cheaper than the pots of oily polystyrene packs of potato shifted from small shops on street corners up and down this country, but thanks to Steam, one of our favourite games ever, Deus Ex, is cheaper than a small pile of fried potato. How has this happened? It's best not to ask. Instead, just head to Steam and grab yourself a copy if you don't own one already. Eidos Montreal's excellent 2011 follow-up, Human Revolution, is also a steal at £5 / $7.49. If you already own that, Human Revolution's DLC pack, The Missing Link is also available for £2.24 / $3.74. Alternatively, you can buy all things Deus Ex (including Invisible War) for a bundle price of £9.99 / $14.99. The deal's set to last all weekend.
[bcvideo id="1149524369001"] The Deus Ex: Human Revolution DLC, the Missing Link, has gotten a trailer and some screenshots. The trailer depicts Adam Jensen getting pretty badly beaten up by his captors, having apparently failed to save some civilians, while the screens include an extreme close up of a mysterious glowing red eye. We'll know more when the DLC arrives in October.
The Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut does seem to be a matter of pride for Eidos Montreal. Director's Cut builds are a common way to offer new players a jumping-on point long after launch, but few redesign sections of the original game to account for fan feedback. When it comes to Deus Ex: Human Revolution's boss fights, the negative feedback was loud and unanimous. They've been reworked with new level geometry to allow for multiple approaches, thank goodness.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut pricing announced, is cheaper if you already own the game
Deus Ex: Human Revolution's Director's Cut will be with us in just under two weeks, and it sounds like a significant augmentation to the game. But one thing Square Enix had kept hidden away in their top secret HQ was how much it would cost for people who already owned the original version. Worryingly, we didn't even know if there would be any concessions to early adopters. Now we do, and there will.
Deus Ex: Human Defiance was trademarked by Square Enix recently, sparking speculation that a follow up to Human Revolution may be brewing deep in Eidos Montreal's fanciest limb clinics. Human Revolution was a faithful recreation of the original shot through a cool, edgy black and gold cyber-renaissance lens. It was a successful modernisation of a PC gaming classic that made our Tom Francis very happy indeed (find out why in our Deus Ex: Human Revolution review). But, like the man who's just received a pair of awesome bionic arms and can't help but complain, we're never entirely happy, so we got our heads together and formed a list of things we'd like to see from the next Deus Ex.
Will you agree? There's only one way to find out, and that's to
hack our brains have a read and see.
This feature originally appeared in PC Gamer UK 230. Most gamers have a secret shame. There’s always one classic title everyone raves about that you never quite got around to playing at the time – either because nobody was raving about it back then, or because you played the first level and couldn’t make head or tail of it. It’s a quirk of PC gaming: a lot of our true classics, particularly the old ones, are baffling or intimidating to play. It’s their complexity that makes them so great, but it’s also what makes them off-putting if you don’t immediately grasp how they work. A game that gives us a great amount of freedom also gives us the freedom to miss what’s good about it. So we moan at each other, endlessly, to play the things we love. Graham, how have you still not played Deus Ex? Rich, why would you skip Morrowind? Craig, you like crosshairs! Play IL-2 Sturmovik! It’s time to find out what we’ve been missing all this time.
Tim has been laughing at this video of bugs in Fifa 12's player impact engine ever since he posted it earlier. He's watched it four or five times today already and descended into fits of giggles every time. So here it is again, so those joining us from across the pond can enjoy the players falling over each other and flying through the air like demented jellymen. Check inside for a selection of stumbling, uncoordinated PC gaming news.