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Dhruin June 9th, 2010 01:50

Deus Ex: Human Revolution - First In-Game Screens
 
Ah, we're finally getting past the CGI to actual in-game shots. A site called Scrawl has nine real screens - thanks, Omega.
More information.

Zloth June 9th, 2010 01:50

No visible HUD. Did they turn it off for the screenshots or is this from in-game cut scenes?

Dhruin June 9th, 2010 03:15

It's pretty common (but annoying, if you ask me) to turn off the HUD - I wouldn't read much into it.

northreign June 9th, 2010 03:41

Hope its only temp art. Not sure I want to play a game that looks like barf splatter with various non-digested color foods sprinkled here or there.

Davion June 9th, 2010 04:01

From looking at the initial screenshots, I'd really say that sticking with blue would've been a better choice than going with gold.

But, time will tell I guess.

ortucis June 9th, 2010 04:10

Most of these look similar to the ones posted on IGN site.

If you want to go for stylized saturation, at least go with futuristic green or blue (bearable).

Anyways, if the gameplay is good I doubt it this will bother anyone that much (except looking outside the window once in a while and seeing all those crazy colors in the real world will piss you off).

Dajjer June 9th, 2010 07:10

Quote:

Originally Posted by Davion (Post 1061014517)
From looking at the initial screenshots, I'd really say that sticking with blue would've been a better choice than going with gold.

But, time will tell I guess.

Nice way of putting it - The Might & Magics sorta have a gold feel to them. But it's all better than the standard CRP game brown. Of course, great story and game play can bring me in regardless of the graphics.

DArtagnan June 9th, 2010 07:20

Looks fine to me, but I was never worried about the visuals. They've openly admitted that it'll be a mainstream Deus Ex - so obviously it will look good.

What I'm worried about is if it's going to be interesting to play, and whether they manage to entertain me, while making the concept accessible to people who don't really care about Deus Ex.

Dez June 10th, 2010 00:44

I'm really looking forward this game. It even reminds me of Bladerunner which is not a bad thing. I hope the music score is equally great :)


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