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Video Thirst: New Deux Ex: Human Revolution Vid Let Loose

Eidos was at PAX east showing off its promising game that will come out in August, and there, someone managed to get some gameplay footage of the game. It’s below the break.

Batman: Arkham City Gets Release Date

This is what you call a “suddenly”. Because out of no where and with no prior hints, Warner Bros. has given us a release date for Batman: Arkham City, the follow-up to Arkham Asylum.

Dues Ex: Human Revolution Dated, Excitement Ensues

One of my most anticipated titles for this year has just been given a release date, and apart from the nagging inclination in my mind that I’ll be spending wild amounts of cash on videogames this year (thank God and Joshua we’re starting to receive review copies!), I’m really pleased to know Deus Ex: Human Revolution won’t get the “delayed into 2012″ treatment. Really can’t wait for this.

Release Date For Deus Ex: Human Revolution Coming Next Week

It’s one of the most promising games this year, and according to director Jean-Fran├žois Dugas, Deus Ex: Human Revolution will get a solid release date next week.

Video Thirst: New Deus Ex: Human Revolution Trailer Shows Plot, Action

by Ernice Gilbert on February 4th, 2011, under Eidos Interactive, Hot, News, Square-Enix

It’s been growing steadily behind the scenes as one of this year’s most amazing games. Deus Ex: Human Revolution is. Yet if you had any doubt in your mind, and understandably so, allow the trailer below the break help you make it up.

It shows the game’s plot, the repercussions that came along with messing with the human psyche, and some action to boot.

There Will Be 25hrs Of Play Time In Deus Ex: Human Revolution Confirms Eidos

by Ernice Gilbert on January 18th, 2011, under Eidos Interactive, News, Square-Enix

What’s shaping up to be one of the games that changes things in the gaming industry, just like Uncharted 2 did two years ago, will have over 25hrs of play time. That’s right, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is not just a 6-7hrs joyride, it’ll keep you busy for a very long time.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Pushed Out Of Q1 2011, Square-Enix Cites “Further Polish”

by Ernice Gilbert on December 16th, 2010, under Eidos Interactive, Hot, News, Square-Enix

Oh oh. Just when I, and I”m sure many of you, were gearing up for some Deus Ex: Human Revolution early next year, especially after this mind-numbing trailer, the game’s publisher’s decided to push back its release out of Q1 and into the Japanese publisher’s next fiscal year, which runs from April 1, 2011 through March 31, 2012.

Video Thirst: New Deux Ex: Human Revolution Trailer Is No Child’s Play, Might Be The Best Yet

by Ernice Gilbert on December 10th, 2010, under Eidos Interactive, Hot, News, Square-Enix

Correction: IS the best yet.

Livingstone: Square-Enix Acquired Eidos To Reach “Global Audience”

by Ernice Gilbert on December 4th, 2010, under Eidos Interactive, Hot, News, Square-Enix

When Square-Enix touched down in the U.K. and acquired one of the country’s most respected developers, many hailed death would come to the creators of the venerable Tomb Raider franchise. That, however, didn’t happen, and according to U.K. gaming founder Ian Livingstone, the reason is because the publisher from the east wasn’t trying to take a western developer and turn it into a Japanese games creator, but instead to tap into an audience it never was able to reach full circle: a global one, something the acquisition of Eidos help make possible.

Video Thirst: New Deus Ex: Human Revolution Trailer Shows Game Of The Year Quality – The Full Quencher

by Ernice Gilbert on November 18th, 2010, under Eidos Interactive, Hot, News, Square-Enix

As promised, the new Deus Ex: Human Revolution trailer’s gone live, and in every sense of the word, no pun intended, it wins.

New Deus Ex: Human Revolution Gameplay Trailer Landing Tomorrow

by Ernice Gilbert on November 17th, 2010, under Eidos Interactive, Hot, News, Square-Enix

If you’ve seen, this, or even that, you’ll want to see what Eidos Montreal’s prepping for us tomorrow.

A new Deus Ex: Human Revolution gameplay trailer will feed my entire weekend’s thirst. I know, I know.

Game Informer Magazine Tells Tale Of New Tomb Raider Game

by Ernice Gilbert on November 13th, 2010, under Eidos Interactive, Hot, Rumor, Square-Enix

If I’m to be honest with you, I’ll let out in the open that Tomb Raider 2 was one of my favorite games of all time. It was, in essence, Uncharted 2 of its time.

But lately the franchise has been steeply declining, and gamers have lost all hope. But could Lara Croft, once the sexiest woman in gaming, rise again?

It would seem Square-Enix and Eidos are trying to do just that. “A Survivor is Born”.

Video Thirst: You Want Awesome? Deus Ex: Human Revolution Is Awesome!

There are games that come and go leaving behind no trace. It’s like they were created by developers with quick dreams, the games get made, released, and vanish like the sun that comes after the rain.

But then there are games that are so well put together they leave everlasting trails. Just think of Metal Gear Solid, Mass Effect, Uncharted, Killzone, Final Fantasy, Halo and you’ll come to understand where I’m going with this.

Now, I’m thinking Deus Ex: Human Revolution might join the ranks, soon. The vids past the break are proof.

Video Thirst: New Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light Trailer Is After Your Heart

Many gamers have completely given up hope on the Tomb Raider franchise, especially after the last installment that basically sent it down spiraling into an abyss of no return. But Crystal Dynamics wants to change all of that, and in the latest trailer for the newest installment, Guardian of Light, they’re tugging for your heart.

Rumor: New Tomb Raider In The Works, Features Younger Lara

by Ernice Gilbert on September 22nd, 2010, under Eidos Interactive, News, Square-Enix

Lara’s gettig old, wouldn’t you agree? Seriously, the last time a had a decent adventure with the woman was way back when PSone’s visuals were the “it” of the day. Back then, Lara Croft was sexy, young, stunning, intelligent, and sold millions of games, back then. Now, the lady’s gotten old and tired — selling nothing close to what she’s used to.

So what’s the solution, then? Should the British queen retire her jersey and call it quits, or should Eidos, the franchise’s originator, do a total revamp of Ms. Croft and her game?

Bank of the latter.