Deus Ex: The Fall

IPHONE OS, PC, ANDROID / RPG / Release: Jul 11, 2013 / ESRB: U

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Chatty Twitch Highlights 10: Wedding Bells and Shackbattles

Twitch's popularity continues to skyrocket, as indicated by the constant shortages of PlayStation Cameras. More and more people are trying to stream their games and that includes much of our Chatty community. This week, we get a look into Titanfall from Lickuright and a look into Deus Ex: The Fall from Robotic Puppy Eater, while sergeon brings viewers into the competitive realm of Shackbattles with Battlefield 4.

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Deus Ex: The Fall jacking into PC in March

Deus Ex: The Fall jacking into PC in March

Mobile spin-off Deus Ex: The Fall looked like a Deus Ex game, and swam like a Deus Ex game, but quacked like a Deus Ex game with horrible touchscreen controls. How very pleasant, then, that it's coming to PC with support for keyboard and mouse or controllers, of course, and a few extra changes t'boot.

Watch: Transhuman trouble in a trailer »

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Deus Ex: The Fall blasts onto Android today

Deus Ex: The Fall blasts onto Android today

Square Enix has brought their mobile take on the Deus Ex world, Deus Ex: The Fall, to Android devices today. Created in collaboration with the current Deus Ex team at Eidos Montreal, along with mobile studio N-Fusion, Deus Ex: The Fall brings players back into the storied sci-fi universe. More specifically, it returns to the end of Random House's novel Deus Ex: The Icarus Effect.

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Mobile review: Deus Ex: The Fall

Mobile review: Deus Ex: The Fall

Square Enix and Eidos Montreal surprised fans when they first announced that Deus Ex: The Fall would be coming to iTouch devices. Skepticism arose from whether a touch-screen tablet could handle the franchise's deep FPS mechanics. While Square Enix and mobile developer N-Fusion do manage to harness much of what made Deus Ex: Human Revolution great, the inherent limitations of iOS prevent The Fall from reaching greatness.

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Deus Ex: The Fall disables guns on jailbroken devices [Update]

Deus Ex: The Fall disables guns on jailbroken devices [Update]

Updated with comment from Square Enix, who promises to remove the ban on jailbroken devices.

Deus Ex: The Fall is getting a fairly warm reception, but if you've modified your iOS device, you may want to resist buying the game. According to some early adopters, the game doesn't let you use guns if your device is jailbroken.

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Deus Ex: The Fall sneaks onto iOS on Thursday

Deus Ex: The Fall sneaks onto iOS on Thursday

Yes, yes, I know: you wanted Deus Ex: The Fall to be a sequel to Deus Ex: Human Revolution, not a mobile spin-off of a spin-off novel. But look, its existence probably doesn't actively harm you and it even seems quite promising, so just shut your trap, whoever it is I'm speaking to. You. You know.

Watch: The sneaking, hacking, and shooting of Deus Ex in your pocket »

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Deus Ex: The Fall preview: augmenting mobile

Deus Ex: The Fall preview: augmenting mobile

Fans of the Deus Ex franchise have been hoping for another installment after the success of Human Revolution. While Deus Ex: The Fall for iOS and Android devices may not have been what players were expecting, the game has all the flavor of the Deus Ex universe, and an early look proved to be a promising work in progress.

Read more: All the trappings of a Deus Ex game »

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Deus Ex: The Fall is a mobile FPS

Deus Ex: The Fall is a mobile FPS

Look, you know by now that you can't judge anything from a game's name, and that you shouldn't be excited by teasers or domain registrations. So here's what Deus Ex: The Fall actually is: a mobile version of the FPS-RPG, coming "soon" to iThings.

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Eidos Montreal teases Deus Ex project

Eidos Montreal teases Deus Ex project

A week out from E3, game studios have begun to tease what will almost certainly be game announcements made at the event. A set of messages from Eidos Montreal have revived the long-dormant talk of Deus Ex: The Fall.

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Deus Ex: The Fall domains registered by Square

Deus Ex: The Fall domains registered by Square

Less than a week after an intriguing Deus Ex trademark turned out to be the movie title, Square Enix seems destined to toy with our emotions again. The company has registered another set of Deus Ex domain names, this time subtitled "The Fall."

Read more: Registered to Square Enix Limited »

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