Tagged: Deus Ex Human Revolution
Welcome to day 5 of the Best Of 2011 Awards. We’ve finally arrived to the coveted Game of the Year award. It’s the award that’s given to not only the best game of the year but the one that provides the best experience and shows just how much the gaming medium can offer to the world. So without further ado, here is the PixelJumpers’ site-wide list of the top ten best games of 2011, leading to our number one Game of the Year.
Welcome to day 4 of the Best Of 2011 Awards. Yesterday we covered the Special Achievement awards, which represented the categories that we deem to be special, i.e. the biggest gaming surprise of the year, best story of the year and even the best ending of the year. Today we focus on the PixelJumpers Editors’ Picks for Top 10 games of 2011. Find out which games managed to consume our lives and fill each of our hearts with pure joy.
Welcome to day 3 of the Best Of 2011 Awards. Yesterday we covered the Genre awards, which focused on the myriad of genres that our games derive from but today we focus on the Special Achievement awards. These awards represent the categories that we deem to be special, i.e. the biggest gaming surprise of the year, best story of the year and even the best ending of the year. Find out which games managed to claim a Special Achievement award, whether it be good or bad.
Check out this weeks Playstation Network Update, which is highlighted by the release of PAYDAY: The Heist, Dungeon Defenders, Okabu and Deus Ex: Human Revolution ‘The Missing Link’ DLC. Of course, if going on a heist, defending dungeons and finding the missing link aren’t your things, then you’ve got the full season of Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space, add-on content for Batman: Arkham City, Socom 4 and Yoostar, a ton of demos for some just released titles and a whole slew of discounted zombie themes games. For those of you who are Playstation Plus Subscribers, you get some great deals on Paramount titles and a ton of free zombie themed games just in time for Halloween. There is definitely something for everyone this week. Enjoy!
Today via twitter, Eidos Montreal announced that Deus Ex: Human Revolution’s first DLC titled, The Missing Link, will be hitting Xbox Live, Playstation Network and PC on October 18, 2011 for 1200 MS Points or $14.99.
Watch as Game Designer Antoine Thisdale walks us through part 2 of the upcoming The Missing Link DLC for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Prepare to witness some truly stealthy feats and make sure to check out part one.
Watch as Lead Narrative Designer Mary DeMarle walks us through the new environments and gameplay that you’ll run into while playing The Missing Link DLC for Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Check out the debut teaser trailer for the recently announced “The Missing Link” DLC for the phenomenal Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Seems Adam is in a bit of trouble if you ask me.
Today Eidos Montreal officially announced that Adam Jensen’s quest for the truth in phenomenal Deus Ex: Human Revolution will continue in ‘The Missing Link’ DLC set to release this October for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC.
Have a look at this fascinating documentary created by filmmaker Rob Spence aka Eyeborg (a self proclaimed cyborg who lost an eye replaced it with a wireless video camera), wherein he investigates the current state of prothetics, cybernetics and human augmentation. We’re actually a lot closer to the world of Deus Ex: Human Revolution than we thought.