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Submitted by killscreentv 1372d ago | video

Kill/Screen Epi.1 - Deus Ex: Human Revolution

New gaming web show Kill/Screen has hit the net.

In episode one the presenters Emily King. Jamie Trotter and Toby Ellis chat about the launch of OnLive at Eurogamer, Nintendo 3DS's price drop and the French re-release of Heavy Rain.

Toby also checks out the latest Deus Ex - Deus Ex: Human Revolution and tells the world just what he thinks.

Check out the anarchy at www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQF0De Sv68Q (3DS, Culture, Deus Ex, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Heavy Rain , Next-Gen, Nintendo, OnLive, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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killscreentv  +   1372d ago
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