Square Enix Confirms Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut For Wii U

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Square Enix has confirmed that Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut is coming to the Wii U. The game was accidentally revealed by Amazon yesterday when the retailer put the listing up a day early. Square Enix says that the Wii U version of the game will be the definitive version and that it offers striking visual improvements. The Directors Cut of the game will include overhauled boss fights, developer commentaries, in-game guides and Miiverse support. Square Enix said that the Director’s Cut release will not appear on any other systems.


28 thoughts on “Square Enix Confirms Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut For Wii U”

  1. Well if they announce it now, they have to have something else prepared for GDC. ;D What do you guys think they will show ?

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    1. Final fantasy 15 and Tomb Raider, watch this space :). Maybe even Final fantasy XIII versus, especially after this months Wii U sales spike.

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  2. Hmmm… I may just pick this one up due to the improvements in visuals and game mechanics. Never played the original on my PS3.

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  3. Well I never picked it up for the 360, but it got quite good reception, so I might let myself be tempted by this Director’s Cut :)

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  4. Wasn’t the original deus ex from looking glass studios? The original thief developer? I have never played one, but I loved me some thief.

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    1. No. If they’e gunna properly overhaul it , it can be close to full price , Exclusive features , content , graphics etc . As long as it’s not a lazy port and they make an effort.

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  5. Saw some people crying on that Kotaku post:
    ‘I hate them!’ ‘Can the other versions get these changes too?’ ‘Don’t care about Wii U’.
    XD
    This is the 1st Wii U game (besides ‘X’) that sold the system for me.

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  6. One of the best games of the last generation, but lets hope the Wii U doesnt just become a home for updated versions of year(s) old titles

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  7. Paid full price for it on ps3 at launch, so unless its 40-50€, not really that interested.
    But will buy at some point, never finished the ps3 version.

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  8. Still feel its an odd choice. There about 4-5 other SE titles that have sold a lot better on 360/PS3, seeing as Nintendo have the Dragon Quest crowd at the moment, I thought it would at least made more sense to release Final Fantasy, even Kingdom Hearts.

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  9. I played this game on the 360, didn’t beat it, and loved it. I will probably be getting this one for a full play through! Hopefully the improved visuals will be noticeable and the GP implementation will be nice… Even if it’s just off screen play, I’m fine with that. I love the off-screen option of the Wii U. My kids can play the Wii while I play the Wii U, this is huge for me!

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  10. I haven’t played this game, so I’m definitely buying this.
    I’ve been watching some gameplay and I found it to be an interesting game, and it has original concepts, even in the middle of a generic fps generation.

    Also, I really hope it’s the definitive version, with enhaced visuals and gameplay as this list says. People who didn’t play the game, shouldn’t be complaining that it’s a “old port”, for me it’s an opportunity.

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  11. In conclusion, the director’s cut version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a Wii U exclusive…? Two thumbs up for Square/Enix (and [if that rumor is true] Aussie developer Straight Right).

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