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Would You See a Deus Ex: Human Revolution Movie?

Posted on Tuesday, January 24 @ 10:08:10 Eastern by

If you'd like seeing video game movies... what the hell is wrong with you? Those movies suck! Still, curiosity kills cats, squirrels, and it takes money out of your wallet and then berates your eyes with a bunch of shit.

Maybe amateur productions are the way to go. People can be more dedicated to the source material when they're not having their hands bound and tied by the studio system. Certainly the fan film above has some cool effects and and a certain dedication to the original game, but I'm still not sure.

Would you pay to see a feature length Deus Ex: Human Revolution movie from the people who made this one?
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