@tech951 Yes and no. If they did, they better let Konami do everything else, and just let Square Enix/Eidos give them some ideas to implement in to the game such as the character customization. But for the love of God, don't let Enix/Eidos handle the animations, because they flopped on the animation aspect in this game.
@pierrey22 Konami alone is epic beyond anyones expectations, and I believe they proved this with Metal Gear Solid 4. ;) That being said, this game is pretty decent though. Just not the polish I was expecting given the amount of time it took for them to develop it. It had very big shoes to fill (the original Deus Ex is still considered one of the best PC games ever released), and while it didn't come close to filling its predecessor's shoes, it did provide a good experience. Just don't expect it to have the reputation the original did unless they fix some of the technical issues. While they're not major and gamebreaking, they're easy to spot and become annoyed by given the technology we have today and the fluidity we're used to from games such as Gears of War.
Who thinks Deus Ex Human Revolution developers should work with Metal Gear Solid developers to create an ultimate game???
i was waiting for a new mirror....even though the receptionist's email said they needed to pick it up for me.
when I played game I used go home, watch trough window , get wasted then start shooting all over the place, janitor came, brought some smokes, good times man, good times
I came here hoping for some secret or Easter Egg I didnt discover,but I left dissapionted.They couldve at least show that stash behind the TV.Also,I see someone failed to save the hostages :D
@Mistwaver1985 I thought the music in Deus Ex Human Revolution was outstanding. It fits very well with the game and helps create the atmosphere.