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Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut Impressions - NWR

"How is the 2011 critical darling augmented for the Wii U?

While heavily rumored for months, Square Enix finally announced last week that Deus Ex: Human Revolution is indeed coming to the Wii U later this year. The more surprising news is the affixation of the “Director’s Cut” tag and the addition and reworking of content; this isn’t a simple port of a two-year-old game, but a chance for the team to go back and address some issues while also improving the overall experience. I was given the chance to play Human Revolution Director’s Cut this past weekend, and can attest to the changes to the core gameplay. Whether or not those justify playing the game on Wii U over cheaper options on other platforms remains to be seen.", writes NintendoWorldReport. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut, Wii U)

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