Square Enix released new screenshots of Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution that, surprisingly, don't look strange at all!
... but that 'new deus ex shots look strange' title with a previous set of screenshots must have been pot-induced. This is a comment on that title. :)
These screenshots are incredibly strange.
Shiny. The screens do just enough to convince me that this stays true to the setting of a world with underlying degradation, and not star trek style uber cleanliness and perfection. A future that is lived in.
wow that looks sexy as hell, art style >'gwaffix' and this certainly has good art style.
I agree good sir, doesnt look too shabby at all.
It really does look great.
Everything about it looks awesome.
You're not performing auto-erotic asphyxiation or something as well are you...
Now there's a picture I could have done without :P
<3 the cyberpunk in this game!
Seeing this game really makes me miss/want legit sequels to Shadowrun & Syndicate.
Syndicate might just happen. Shadowrun... I don't think that game sold so well, there may never be a sequel.
The newest Shadowrun was a travesty. They need to make it Single Player and epic in scope.
Exactly, the SNES & SG ones were the ones I was talking about, should've clarified.
And I know there will be a fair few hours of gameplay, too many games too short these days.
Looks solid now lets see the gameplay substance because without it this is just eye candy.
I hope it will resemble the original game more than DE2. Wasn't a bad game, but I liked the old one better.
Looks like PC Screens. Don't think it will look that good on consoles although I hope I'm wrong as I plan on getting the PS3 version. Been hyped for this game since it was announced, hope it's as good/better than the first.
I think we're at the point where PC is going forwards in leaps and bounds while PS3 may see small improvements still and Xbox is probably seen its best graphics for this generation already. But, you never know how they'll surprise us. :)
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