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    Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut outed for Wii U

    An Amazon.com listing has outed an enhanced Wii U port of Eidos Montreal’s 2011-released Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

    The Wii U version promises to be the “ultimate” experience, and takes advantage of “a multitude of improvements, features, and additional content.”

    Players can use the Wii U GamePad to access protagonist Adam Jensen’s newest augmentation, the Neural Hub, which offers an “immersive and empowering experience.”

    Amazon has the game listed for a $50, May 7 release. An official announcement is expected before this weekend’s PAX East in Boston. Stay tuned.

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    excellent news, i love this game so so much

    I wonder will they cut the blood to suite the younger group of the Wii U gamer
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    Good game... but kind of late for a port.

    At least the Wii U is getting new games though



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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkVincent07 View Post
    Good game... but kind of late for a port.

    At least the Wii U is getting new games though
    One of my favorite games this generation.

    I agree though. It's kind of late. Also a little odd considering Deus Ex: The Fall was recently trademarked and if it's a next-gen title, like most people suspect, I don't see the Wii U being able to run it.
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    Sexy boxart . Man I love the theme/atmosphere of this game. I don't think it'll sell well at all though, but nice for the WiiU to build a broader library

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    You see the Wii u pad is needed for this game and this fits the whole sci-fi feel of the game
    Last edited by claud3; 03-20-2013 at 15:12.
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