E3 2011: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Puts the Burden on Gamers to Make Some Big Decisions

Deus Ex has been considered to be the best PC game ever from the likes of PC Gamer magazine and other publications. With the first game's critical acclaim, many people are really looking forward to the next installment - Deus Ex: Human Revolution. In this exclusive interview, Art Director Jonathan Jacques-Belletete talks about how choices made in mission will impact gameplay later on.

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F4sterTh4nFTL2750d ago (Edited 2750d ago )

...for me. If Deus Ex Human Revolution had not been delayed that would have made a huge difference, but still my most anticipated game of all-time and I also liked the Leaked Beta.

MARKUS_MAX1MUS2750d ago (Edited 2750d ago )

And mass effect did it before that...your point being? as did Heavy Rain and even before all of them indigo Prophecy.

MidnytRain2750d ago (Edited 2750d ago )

Isn't "Belletete" French for "beautiful head"? Lol, awesome name. Anyways, it's always a good thing to have a game that will give us a choice. It boosts immersion and all that jazz.

Reread his comment and I think you'll find your answer, lol.

showtimefolks2750d ago

team members behind i paused for a few minutes and than made the wrong choice lol

but i like games where you have to think long and hard and its juts not another button press

can't wait to play ME3 in 2012 to see where my past choices take me

Valvatorez2750d ago

Kill 'em all and let God sort 'em out!

Quagmire2750d ago

spoken like a true terrorist