Square Enix outsourced the Deus Ex: Human Revolution's boss fights to another dev.
A new patch has added loading screen adverts to Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Square Enix has revealed the PC hardware requirements for Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Square Enix has announce a release date for Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution.
Square Enix has pushed Deus Ex: Human Revolution back from early 2011 to next fiscal year.
What extras can we expect for our pre-orders?
Still don't understand what all the fuss is about when it comes to Just Cause 2? Then you probably haven't seen it in action, so take a look at our latest gamecast to see just what sort of explosive action Joe and Harry get up to when we leave them alone with a grappling hook.
With more explosions and parachutes than you can shake an assault rifle at, Just Cause 2 sure looks to be a gloriously over the top and exciting third person shooter - but is the gameplay any good? We weigh in on the merits and flaws of Eidos' latest sandbox game.
In pursuit of an utterly unbiased outlook, Joe tears down some of the classic PC franchises and examines exactly why games like Deus Ex and System Shock 2 aren't really as good as you think they are. Has he finally completely lost the plot or is there a method to this madness?
We take a look at a few of the games we're most excited about this year, from the little-known Metro 2033 through to the last instalment in Command & Conquer's Tiberium Saga. With 2010 promising to be an excellent year for gamers, what are the titles we're most interested in?
Eidos and Square Enix are currently working together on Deus Ex 3.
Deus Ex designer Warren Spector once tried to buy the rights to his own game.
Joe, ever afraid of losing touch with his oldest games, tests more than 60 games on Microsoft's new Windows 7, including a bunch of indie and Steam-based games. Does Deus Ex work on Windows 7? We find out if Windows 7 is the ultimate gaming OS.
We take a look at Alpha Protocol, the new espionage RPG from Obsidian Entertainment and Chris Avellone. Are the comparisons to Deus Ex deserved, or is this naught but a consolified action RPG for the masses?