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The One Thing Deus Ex: Human Revolution Is Missing

Posted on Friday, August 19 @ 08:31:24 Eastern by

It almost seems like no one is more excited for Deus Ex: Human Revolution than GameRevolution. Review copy on the line, Josh flew up to Montreal one last time to visit with the developers behind next week's FPS-RPG-OMG-WTF epic. Square Enix and Eidos Montreal have got quite the game on their hands, which, on all accounts looks be worthy of the Deus Ex name. But c'mon, there's got to have been something that the developers didn't get into Human Revolution before sending off the finished game!

When asked if there was anything that didn't make it into the game, Director Jean Francois Dugas replied:

ATMs! ATMs I still want, and it was in the original game. There's kind of something unethical about having the ATM and being able to access bank accounts of people you don't know and decide whether to take money or not. I think it was an interesting small option in the original game that was very powerful in what it was representing, and I wanted to have it in our game as a nod to the original but we couldn't.

Stay tuned for the full interview with Jean Francois Dugas and GameRevolution's review of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
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