Deus Ex Developers "Very Confident" In PS3 Version
It's just about everything you've always wanted to know about Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and probably just a bit more.
If you're looking forward to the game, you just have to visit the PlayStation Blog, where director Jean-Francois Dugas and Producer David Anfossi talk at length about the game's setting, story, artistry, and gameplay. First off, they said it's important to view Human Revolution "as a new IP," and they're "re-imagining" the sci-fi world. You will play as Jensen, a security expert "who becomes the unwilling recipient of bleeding-edge cybernetic augmentations." Secondly, they claim they're "very confident" in the PS3 version. Said Anfossi:
"Since the beginning, it was very important for us to not treat the PS3 version as a ‘port’ — you can trust us on that. We’ve worked that way in the past with other games, and it was crazy."
Well, thank goodness for that. They go on to talk about how the game allowed Eidos Montreal to lure "top talent," and how the art direction was inspired by the Renaissance. Said Dugas: "We knew that transhumanism would be one of the main themes, so we started to dig for artistic connections. And Leonardo Da Vinci kept coming up." Being a fan of past Deus Ex titles, all of this sounds mighty encouraging...how's about you?
Related Game(s): Deus Ex: Human Revolution
3/26/2011 10:30:05 AM Ben Dutka