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Dhruin October 2nd, 2010 11:17

Deus Ex: Human Revolution - 25 Minutes of Footage
 
VG247 has 25 minutes of shakycam Deus Ex: HR footage taken from the Eurogamer Expo:
Quote:

Eidos Monreal held a developer’s session earlier today for Deus Ex: Human Revolution at EGE. We’ve filmed 25 minutes of the gameplay demo for you to watch below.
This is the build that was shown at E3 back in June, running on PlayStation 3, and shows main character Adam Jenson on the lookout for someone known as “Tong,” who’s been linked to the Triads.
The voiceover you hear for the presentation is art director Jonathan-Jacques Belletete.
More information.

turian October 2nd, 2010 11:17

very impressive atmosphere and design

JDR13 October 2nd, 2010 11:48

Meh….. PS3 footage?

I wanna see the PC version….

Kardiophylax October 2nd, 2010 16:06

Does anyone know if they are planning to allow the entire game to be played in a third person view (perhaps via a camera toggle), like Mass Effect, or are third person elements only going to be usable for certain functions (cover, take down cinematics, etc.)? I don't particularly care for FPS games anymore, so it's an important question for me.

Alrik Fassbauer October 2nd, 2010 18:16

The second video - I only watched it until past crouching behind the car - was what was shown at the Games Com.
There, we were told that it had been "live play" by someone (of the developers ?), not a video.

Neo October 2nd, 2010 18:33

God I'm loving this! Getting this on my Ps3 for sure!

wynams October 2nd, 2010 18:37

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Originally Posted by JDR13 (Post 1061027662)
Meh….. PS3 footage?

I wanna see the PC version….

Of course the PC will have better textures/performance/support/etc., but its nice to see alpha footage suggesting DE3 might actually be a decent PS3 game (since the PS3 is usually a rushed afterthought port job).

northreign October 3rd, 2010 02:04

Looks like it could be good… like Mass Effect as an actual RPG in 1st person.

DarNoor October 3rd, 2010 03:44

Very nice. It reminds me of Bladerunner.

Dajjer October 3rd, 2010 04:06

I don't know . . . . "looking" more like Invisible War to me.

The first Deus Ex seemed to take place in a timeline somewhat similar to our own. The city landscape in DX:Human Revoution looks more far future to me. The guy at the booth is saying the right things about game play, but the choice for visuals in this game is not wowing me.

Alrik Fassbauer October 3rd, 2010 12:09

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Originally Posted by Dajjer (Post 1061027715)
The city landscape in DX:Human Revoution looks more far future to me.

This is interesting, because, if I remember correctly, Human Revolution was meant to be some sort of "Prequel".

azarhal October 3rd, 2010 16:46

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Originally Posted by Alrik Fassbauer (Post 1061027732)
This is interesting, because, if I remember correctly, Human Revolution was meant to be some sort of "Prequel".

It's a prequel, it happen in 2027, while the first DX was in 2052.

The difference is that the Human Revolution team actually realized that cities change appearance over time, unlike DX where the cities looked like they haven't changed since 1980. Lots of their design are inspired by currently existing building in the world, from places like Dubai or Shangai.

Hengsha doesn't look that much different than Shangai does today anyway, beside the 2 floors design. Lots of neons, lots of funky looking building, etc. Also, Hengsha in the game need to have been build in less than 16 years starting today, if they place the game in "our" future. The island was sold to biotech in the game lore…

The other known cities in the game are pretty similar to what we have today (Detroit & Montréal), beside a few new buildings, are mostly made of good old red bricks walls.


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