Apr 18th, 2013

Square Enix has taken large measures to make sure people know that the upcoming release of Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut is the definitive release for fans and new gamers alike. This new trailer shows several members of the development team talking and discussing the upcoming changes to the Director’s Cut, such as how fans felt the boss-battles were completely out of place.

As a result, several aspects of the game have been completely re-worked, including those much hated boss battles. It’s an interesting watch to see developers discuss the new version passionately and it hopefully goes to show that Square Enix is fully committed to making sure the Wii U version of this game is more than just a simple port.

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  • Laud

    I love their accents.

    I never played this game so I’m def gonna get it.

    • I played the original on Xbox 360 and I’m looking forward to playing it again on Wii U. The boss battles really were as bad as everyone says.

      • EponaVsCrimsonLoftwing

        This is more of a story driven type of game, right? I don’t get into online multiplayer or military, but more strategic stuff that you can take your time with (I remember some James Bond games being more like this) and an interesting story I’m all in for. Heck, I actually loved TimeSplitters even though that was all about the multiplayer, but when you’re playing as snowmen, calamari, and monkeys how can you not have fun

      • Travis Janot

        Thew bosses were too much of a cakewalk lol. The rest of the game was awesome though! Glad they reworked the bosses, and added the missing link into the main story where it should be. Will be buying this game next month!

  • liamdawe

    Will most likely get it, really enjoyed it on 360 and i agreed the boss battles where terrible, so this may give the perfect experience 😀

  • Guest

    I hope this game sells well. I’d LOVE to see more support from Square Enix.

  • bizzy gie

    SEE!!! THEY put the eShop logo next to Wii U. Other third parties TAKE NOTES!

    • Ravyu

      80% of third parties use eShop. I don’t get what youre saying

      • bizzy gie

        I’m talking about at the end of game trailers. They’ll show PlayStation Network next PS3 and Xbox Live next to Xbox 360, but they never put Nintendo Network (or eShop) next to Wii U.

  • AAAkabob

    Will get, I know my internship money will be put to good use this year lol

  • uPadWatcher

    Since Square/Enix and Eidos Montreal are extremely passionate about making the definitive Deus Ex title for the Wii U, I’m purchasing it when it launches this August. Straight Right deserves another thumbs up as well.

  • Square-Enix – Eidos Montreal really show a new love for Nintendo now don’t they? 2 games in a month from Square Enix for which I’m excited. There is Deus Ex for the Wii U and Bravely Default for 3DS. Nice one Square, please take my money 🙂

  • I know there’s no “official” release date, but anyone else keep seeing May 7?

  • ICHI

    Looking forward to this I was enjoying it on xbox until the first boss fight, after that I wasn’t sure how to level up as I felt I should beef my character up in case I got stuck again on the second one. I lost interest as my choices seemed to be being forced in one direction.

  • Xavier Lopez Chabelo

    I really hope people buy this shit. If that happens maybe Eidos and Square Enix will give us Thief… Maybe…

    • blancogocycling

      Allready pre-ordered it 😉

  • The Clockwork Being

    Not trying to order any one around but we have to support these guys big time. I mean they bring a director’s cut version and took the time for the Wii U version to be the perfect version. Plus they are bringing Bravely Default to 3DS, a great RPG. Im getting both games for both of the consoles as soon as they are out. PLEASE GUYS SUPPORT THEM


    Even though I thought the idea of the story was really cool I didn’t like the look of this game when it first came out. I felt liked it looked like a simple blocked up corridor FPS. i played like maybe three levels of it at my Cuz’s place and did think the boss fight was weird, and the pace of the game seemed choppy.

    I am really glad they re-vamped everything in this game and took fans request to heart. Because of that and from these new videos I am definitely gonna pick this game up for the U.

    • ICHI

      The look wasn’t something I warmed to quickly and still do wish Jensen hadn’t been designed like a matrix based cyber paedo. And the best thing they could do with this game is get a different actor for Prichard, Jesus he’s awful.

  • Jeovany

    I hate to be the one to say this but shouldn’t we wait to make sure the game is good before buying it on the wii u

    • Travis Janot

      Straight Right and Eidos Montreal won’t fail us – already played through the PS3 version several times, and really looking forward to this version. Human Revolution was my fave game of 2011 (and was better than anything I played in 2012 to be honest)

      • Jeovany

        Yeah but I’m just warning you to make sure this isn’t a half-ass port so you don’t waste your money. By the way developer lie all the time so you shouldn’t really trust them.

  • Nice!

  • Ibi Salmon

    I always like it when the people responsible for a piece of work take the chance to improve upon it.

  • ……

    ….remember when gearbox said the wiiu version of aliens:cm was the superior version of that game?

    • Ibi Salmon

      And they were true on their word. It never showed up. That automatically makes it the best version.

      In this case, though, they’re taking an already good(if flawed) game and improving upon it.