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Going to PAX? Check Out the Deus Ex Community Launch Party

Posted on Thursday, August 25 @ 16:59:01 Eastern by Josh_Laddin
If you're going to PAX (or you just live in the Seattle area), why not spend tomorrow night at the kick-ass launch party that Square Enix is throwing for Deus Ex: Human Revolution? I mean, you gotta find some ways to have fun up there that don't involve finding Daniel and distracting him from all the work he has to do.

You, too, can party like Adam Jensen.


If you're not one of the lucky few who's been to a gaming party thrown by a publisher, now's your chance to see how awesome they can be. Oh, and you'll also get to play the game, which we already know is great.



WHAT: 
Fans are invited to join Square Enix, AMD, Machinima.com and OnLive to celebrate the release of one of the most critically acclaimed titles of 2011, Deus Ex: Human Revolution.  The Official DXHR Community Launch Party will be held at The Diller Room in Seattle on Friday, August 26 from 7:00-10:00pm.  Attendees will be treated to food and drinks, a playable AMD Eyefinity three-screen station and 3D demo station, exclusive swag for the first 300 partygoers, and awesome premium prizes like signed copies of DXHR, AMD Radeon Cards, OnLive Game Console Systems, ASTRO Gaming custom speaker tags, and more.
 
NOTE:  ATTENDEES MUST BE 21 YEARS OR OLDER FOR ADMITTANCE.
 
LOCATION:
The Diller Room
1224 First Avenue, Seattle, WA (about 7 blocks from Convention Center)
 
WHEN:
Friday, August 26, 7:00 – 10:00 PM.
 
DETAILS:
Dedicated fans of the Deus Ex franchise, AMD hardware, OnLive gaming and Machinima.com are invited to the Official DXHR Community Launch Party at PAX Prime 2011.  Fans will be able to meet up with other Deus Ex: Human Revolution players to talk strategies and swap stories while also grabbing some exclusive swag. 
 
The first 300 attendees will receive a gift bag stuffed with a party-exclusive PAX 2011 DXHR tee-shirt, a party-exclusive Machinima.com DXHR tee-shirt, a download code redeemable for a free DXHR-inspired Team Fortress 2 in-game item and more.  In addition, premium prizes will also be awarded throughout the party, including AMD Radeon graphics cards, OnLive Game Console Systems, ASTRO Gaming custom DXHR-themed A40 headset tags, and signed copies of DXHR.
 
The Official DXHR Community Launch Party will be a free-of-charge event for attendees 21 years and older with admittance on a first-come, first-served basis.  Attendees will have the opportunity to receive exclusive swag -- while supplies last. 

Related Games:   Deus Ex: Human Revolution


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