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Double-crossed: Deus Ex The Fall is just an iOS game after all

5 Jun 2013  by   Peter Parrish
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Deus Ex: The Fall

First thought about the news that Deus Ex: The Fall is not a full PC/console follow-up to Human Revolution, but just an iOS title: wow, Square is going to put out teaser trailers for phone games now?

Second though: shit.

Yep, sorry everyone, The Fall is not going to be of much interest to the PC crowd after all (hey, unless you love iOS games too, then it might be.)

After Square’s latest set of financial reports I suppose it shouldn’t be too surprising that the publisher is falling out of love with major, Western-developed titles. Still, it’s such a disappointment to learn that a full, proper Deus Ex game is not, in fact, on the way.

Maybe they should’ve gone for the commemorative towel option after all?

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    How can publishers be this dense? For their logic there are lot of Ipad users so there is a lot of market to sell games…

    But the problem is that this particular IP has a huge chunk of its fanbase on the PC! And most of the Ipad users are not even gamers! Most just use Ipad for the Wireless internet browsing and connecting power-point essays to projectors.

    Square Enix deserves the same fate as THQ and having its IP given to more competent development/publishing houses. It requires a lot of effort to make the biggest franchise in gamming, Final Fantasy, to be synonymous with crap and now they throwing such a beloved name as Deus Ex to a non-gamming platform, for 7 bucks and (probably) ridden with microtransactions…

    June 6, 2013 at 7:27 am

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