Moe Charif and Dcode Films has finally released its 12-minute long fan film based on the Deus Ex series.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution
This Deus Ex movie looks like it has the potential to be up there with Sonic the Hedgehog and Haloid in terms of being one of the best video game-based fan films to date.
Deux Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut is Square Enix's answer to the Mass Effect 3 Special Edition. Both are the third entries in their respective, stellar sci-fi series (also, Straight Right, who helped bring the ME3 to the Wii U, also helped Eidos Montreal with this title). They are each deluxe ports brought onto the Wii U which expand upon the core mechanics using the Wii U's technology. But unlike Mass Effect 3, the original version of Deux Ex: Human Revolution has been out for a couple years prior to this new release. Fortunately, we have found that this Director's Cut is not just your average Capcom "Ultimate Edition", with a collection of previous DLC tossed in. Factor in a decreased price, and Deux Ex brings about a much needed revolution (and an eagerly-accepted M rating), to a lukewarm Wii U library.
The Wii U version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution is official, and Square Enix claims all the improvements make this director's cut the definitive version of Eidos Montreal's cyberpunk game.
It seems like the rumor mill has started around Square Enix's mysterious acquisition of three domains bearing the name Deus Ex The Fall. Could it be that there is another new Deus Ex game waiting in the wings to swoop in and blow our cybernetic minds once again?
The creators behind the upcoming Deus Ex film adaptation revealed just how closely their version will resemble the video game Deus Ex: Human Revolution.