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Deus Ex gets Steamy

6 May 2011 by Paul Younger
Cyber-stealth-shooter to be available via Steam. Eidos' Deus Ex: Human Revolution will make its way to Steam on 26 August Square Enix has confirmed to IncGamers. Various Steamworks features are set to feature, including Steam Cloud support, Achievements and auto-updating. These purchasing via the digital distribution service will have the option of the standard and Augmented editions. The Augmented edition comes packed with a 'making of' documentary, various trailers, a motion graphic novel, the soundtrack, an animated storyboard and a download token for the original Deus Ex Game of the Year Edition. Those that opt for the Augmented edition will see £39.99 taken from their bank account, while standard edition purchasers will be docked £29.99. All I can say is, why do I want the trailers for a game I've already purchased? You see Deus Ex: Human Revolution's trailer right here. Or, perhaps you'd like to read our insightful (yes, we have an ego) interview with the game's Art Director, Jonathan Jacques Belletete, here.  

Cyber-stealth-shooter to be available via Steam.
Eidos’ Deus Ex: Human Revolution will make its way to Steam on 26 August Square Enix has confirmed to IncGamers.
Various Steamworks features are set to feature, including Steam Cloud support, Achievements and auto-updating. These purchasing via the digital distribution service will have the option of the standard and Augmented editions.
The Augmented edition comes packed with a ‘making of’ documentary, various trailers, a motion graphic novel, the soundtrack, an animated storyboard and a download token for the original Deus Ex Game of the Year Edition.
Those that opt for the Augmented edition will see £39.99 taken from their bank account, while standard edition purchasers will be docked £29.99.
All I can say is, why do I want the trailers for a game I’ve already purchased? You see Deus Ex: Human Revolution’s trailer right here.
Or, perhaps you’d like to read our insightful (yes, we have an ego) interview with the game’s Art Director, Jonathan Jacques Belletete, here.
 

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