Deus Ex: Human Revolution to hit E3 Big Time
And OXCGN will be there!
©2010 Grant Smythe:
Finally, God has answered my prayers and allowed those who have been harboring this creature to finally unfold its wings and fly free . . .
Welcome to the next chapter in the Deus Ex franchise which is about to drop at the next big E3 between June 14th – 17th 2010 inclusive of the Keynote presentations. Which I might add that OXCGN (self included this year – hoot) will be attending and ideally getting some up-close-n-personal time with the guys at Edios and Square Enix and Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
The trailer looks nothing short of ‘awesome’, and shows a great deal of promise and possibilities for the franchise to take a new step in “This-Gen”. One that it simply could not make in the previous generation of consoles, no matter what the platform.
• Deus Ex: Human Revolution Debut Trailer
And yes, while it is a ‘promotional’ trailer, just knowing both Square Enix and Eidos are combining in the development and production of the game leads me to believe that the end results will be close to what we would expect from these two great game houses, especially “This-Gen”.
This game has been a long time in the making, and has undergone quite a few changes along the way, and finally it seems that it will see the light of day, and the arc angle will change the way of humanity for evermore.
Soon as we get more details and images, you can be sure that you’ll see them up here asap.
OXCGN will attempt to get some early interviews and other nice stuff to keep all Deus Ex fans nice and happy, and have all their gamer-glands excreting copious amounts of fluid and gooee stuff as they await the arrival of this game. [sub-editor: yuk!]
While we have no exact details on release dates etc. yet, my best bet would be a First Calender Quarter 2011 period or at the very latest, the First Financial Quarter for 2011, which is I believe is the April – June 2011 period. But we will find out some more details asap.
Although I can predict that some ardent Deus Ex fans will be somewhat disappointed with the ways which the game will have changed shape, I would like to point out that if a company is to move forward in the fast moving industry, and stay viable, it must change with the purchasing power and market share.
If it stays within a niche market, while others capitalise on the faster moving and faster selling genres, then you can be sure that company will be amongst the ones that get buried into an early grave.