While boss fights have been a main component of games for years, they still are rarely done well. There are many reasons that could probably explain why this is the case, but it’s basically because there is no definitive single method to creating a great boss fight. Whether they underwhelmed you, annoy you, or just make no sense, bad […]Read more ›
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Deus Ex: The Fall is the newest installment in the Deus Ex franchise. The plot of The Fall follows the James Swallows novel Deus Ex: Icarus Effect and features events that parallel the events of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Eidos Montreal claims that The Fall will bring the full Deus Ex experience to the mobile platform without sacrificing the “same […]Read more ›
If for whatever reason you missed out on Deus Ex: Human Revolution, make sure not to repeat such a travesty and check out Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut. Today Square Enix and Eidos Montreal have released a behind the scenes look at the game allowing you to “get inside Adam Jensen’s Neural Hub with lead developers”. Hear about some […]Read more ›
Square Enix and Eidos Montreal have just released a new trailer showing off Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut. The game features overhauled boss fights, better enemy AI, improved visuals, off-TV play on the Wii U GamePad and a lots of new features. Unfortunately, they are saying that the game will not be ready until 2014. Hopefully the trailer can hold you […]Read more ›
Square-Enix has announced its video game lineup for E3 2011. This year’s lineup is a mix between brand new titles and established titles. It includes such classics as Tomb Raider and Final Fantasy, but also has newcomers such as WakFu and Dead Island. We’re counting down the Top 5. 5. Dead Island – Dead Island is a 3rd person zombie […]Read more ›