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Submitted by ftwrthtx 784d ago | news

Have an Idea for the Next Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Pandemic or Splice? Get £10K To Make it Happen

Apply for Development Funding and Pitch Your Game at the Develop in Brighton Conference 2013 (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Develop in Brighton, PC, PS3, Splice, Wii U, Xbox 360)

dbjj12088  +   784d ago
Probably gonna be lots of interesting ideas, but I won't make it across the "pond" for it.
ftwrthtx  +   784d ago
Someone should do this at GDC here in the US.
Derekvinyard13  +   784d ago
Good idea
TerminalGamer  +   784d ago
I'm really hoping for some cool creative ideas.
2pacalypsenow  +   784d ago
they should do a Deus ex showing Paul denton and when he failed to kill tracer tong and then end it when he gets to the dock
knifefight  +   784d ago
Good way to check for ideas, I guess.
ame22  +   784d ago
This is something that should be done more often.
HmongAmerican  +   784d ago
Dr. Michio Kaku need to take a looks at this.

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