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Deus Ex Human Revolution Directors Cut Wii U Trailer

Eidos Montreal and Square-Enix have released a trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution Directors Cut which is exclusive to the Wii U. The trailer shows off some of the game’s new features. Deus Ex: Human Revolution Directors Cut comes to Wii U on May 7th.

Thanks, Nintedward

65 thoughts on “Deus Ex Human Revolution Directors Cut Wii U Trailer”

  1. Very nice, looking forward to this game. I bought this on Steam but couldn’t get it to run on my high end Nvidia 525m video card due to compatibility issues but oddly got it to work on my weak Intel card, which to this day I have no clue how that’s possible. So I get the short end of the stick and lose a lot of the effects I would normally experience. So like I said, looking forward to this.

  2. I am 32, I really hope they will not rate this an 18 age game. Then I need to bring my ID to prove that I am 32 :(.

    1. What ? Here in UK I could buy courgettes and alcohol when I was 15 from certain shops lol. They knew I was underage , they just didn’t care and needed the business.
      Games were similar.

        1. I’m not encouraging such behaviour , I’m just saying getting ID’d for a game at 32 is wierd when I used to buy people alcohol for parties or what ever when I was in high school.

          1. I was asked ID for Ninja Gaiden by a kid so young that I’m pretty sure his balls has not dropped yet.
            And I’m almost 30.

            1. lmao. That’s happened to me plenty of times before. It’s usualy some horrible tiny 17 year old female. And I’m like ”please…… i’m well older than you!”

      1. My little sister on three can go to GameStop and buy an Assassin’s Creed game or something. But luckily, there is way harder to get alcohol here. They mostly ask for leg if they think you’re under 25. But then again, almost everybody got a friend over 18 that can buy for them.

        I really can’t wait to see more about this game, it looks great! :D

      2. Thats because te UK’s laws are all wack!!! 15 year olds shouldn’t be allowed to buy certain things because it is unhealthy for them mentally and physically. Also, when you are 15 you hardly know any better!

    2. You are 32 and still think it is cool to post “first” comments on a forum or blog commentary post? Really? If that is true then grow up because people that feel the need to post “first” are douchebags.

    3. yes im hoping for way under 18 action too ,how long on the regester for you and witch nonce unit did you serv on

  3. It does look better visually, from what i can tell.

    Either way, if you haven’t bought this game, i would suggest it, it’s great, although i’m not sure if all the new features are worth the price tag, seeing as you can download the full game and all the downloads for like £5 on PSN.

    1. Really? You can’t win it seems. “All Nintendo has is kiddy games. They need some rated M (18+) games”… They get some rated M titles and then you hear that they should lower the ratings on games to widen the market.

  4. I’ve never heard of this game before the Wii u announcement of the directors cut, but it looks interesting. I’m definitely going to keep an eye on this game and check out reviews of it once its out and am considering getting it if it gets good reviews. :)

  5. I need a better trailer…

    This is typical western trailer that barely shows any gameplay whatsoever and only shows cinematics…

    I don’t get encouraged in any way to buy a game with no gameplay footage to show…

    Although the previous news about its features is compelling enough…

    1. and when the game comes out with no gameplay trailer you know its trash. it happens all the time with western games.

      1. Well, except the gameplay in this game is really decent, and supposed to be enhanced for the Wii U version. Despite there not being much gameplay footage, if it plays as well as the game it is ported off of then it’s good.

    1. The voice over did suck, this trailer doesn’t match the tone of the game at all. Look up a review on youtube or something.

  6. I don’t know why, but I feel like this Director’s Cut is going to be more toned down in terms of the cyberpunk “icarus rising” theme (not the song, but like, the literal theme). They already have new cutscenes for Adam’s augmentation procedure. I liked the ones from before.

  7. Now THIS is how U will play next! To the French-Canadian developers who are passionate in making the Wii U exclusive title, I’m buying Deus Ex: Human Revolution: Director’s Cut at launch!


  9. Funny. The good news of Wii U games and sales arent showing up online as quick like when Wii U sales were down. Strange aint it?

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