Deus Ex Human Revolution Director’s Cut: Is Another Souped-Up Port Really a Smart Business Decision?


Don't take this to mean I'm ungrateful for more third-party support on the Wii U, but let's be realistic for a moment.

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PopRocks3592068d ago

Maybe. Who can say? All I know is I haven't played the game yet. This rendition may be a fine opportunity, especially if it comes with all of the extra content and fixes any potential issues with the original.

Neonridr2068d ago

couldn't agree more. Sure I can go out and purchase the original for probably half the price or even less, but if they are truly bringing all these extra features to the game, then why shouldn't I reward them for not simply porting the game over and adding a map on the gamepad screen?

ZeekQuattro2067d ago

I played the hell out of the original PS3 version and yet the Wii U version still looks like a must have for me. You owe it to yourself to check it out especially since you missed out the last time.

dungeonboss2067d ago

Depends on the point of view. While it won't win over converts, it will be nice for the few Nintendo exclusive owners out there that missed out on the other versions, or for those that own other consoles, but want to play the definitive, enhanced, and fixed version of the game.

Either way, thank you Xbox 360 & PS3 owners for paying to be beta testers for me!

PygmelionHunter2067d ago

If this version does all that SE said it will, it should actually be considered a remake rather than a port, not that I played the other versions, but now I'm actually glad I didn't.

BosSSyndrome2067d ago

I know I'm getting it, and I can't be the only one. I'm willing to bet that it'll turn out better than most of the other wii u ports both quality and sales-wise.