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Submitted by lilbroRx 597d ago | rumor

"Modified" version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution rated - Wii U release in the works?

Square Enix could be on the verge of announcing a Wii U version of sci-fi epic Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

CVG spotted a listing for a “modified” version of the title with the Australian Classification Board, which it speculates could be for DLC or possibly even a Wii U port. (Wii U)

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majiebeast  +   597d ago
A 2-3 year old game they would have been better off porting Tomb Raider.
Neonridr  +   597d ago
The bigger problem is how are you going to charge full price for a game that is 2 years old? When you can get it for like 5-10 bucks on the other platforms how can you justify charging $50?

They would have to add a lot to the game to warrant a price increase..
PopRocks359  +   597d ago
A significant graphical upgrade, all DLC in the disc and some brand new content would be the only way to get me to pick up a package of that nature.

Charging full price for a port of game that's only a few months old is one thing, but over two years old? That's extremely questionable.
Nevers0ft  +   597d ago
I'm not paying full RRP if it's a lazy port but I might be tempted if they put some effort in... Soup-up the graphics and add content or sell it at a discount.

(and yes, they would be far better off porting Tomb Raider IMHO)
pedroyamato  +   597d ago
So I guess you are not going to play Diablo 3 on your ps4, sir?!
Jadedz  +   597d ago
Whatever the case may be...
Wii U owners need to speak with their wallets (metaphorically writing) if they want the same type of 3rd party support garnishing Microsoft and Sony platforms.

I suggest buying titles from the eshop (digitally), only if you're apart of the 10% discount promotion, though.
Gamesgbkiller  +   597d ago
Just make another game.
PLEEEEEEEEEEEAASSSSSSSSE
GreenRanger  +   597d ago
They must think that the people who bought the Wii U never had a PS3 or 360.
lovegames718  +   597d ago
These devs are really going crazy trying to make a fast buck and reuse assets to save money and profit. Like really? This isnt a good thing and i wouldnt buy this no matter what the same way i wouldnt buy Ninja Gaiden either. These companies are getting away with murder!!!!
CouldHaveYelledUiiW  +   597d ago
I'd love to play it-

BUT

I do understand other people's "MEH".
Qrphe  +   597d ago
Awesome, I can't wait to get this alongside NFS:MW. I'm sure many will get these two and play them, again

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