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Edited by AlwaysBeClothing

Brad interviews! 
 
Love hearing your voice Brad.
 
Awesome, even when I clicked on it it already had one comment according to the main page.

Posted by TUCKST3R

Sweet.

Posted by VoshiNova

I hope hope hope this turns out good

Posted by TheGTAvaccine

Hmm, hope this turns out good too.

Posted by nick69

i really hope this game turns out great. 

Posted by MisterMouse

soooo Black and Gold.

Posted by wolf_blitzer85

I keep hearing dance dance revolution. 
  
I'll join the "let's hope this game is good" club too.

Edited by DukeTogo

He's the one who stole Method Man's hat.
 
Is either of the Denton brothers in the game?  These are the questions you need to ask.

Posted by Lydian_Sel

Hot Damn! I am always up for some more Deus Ex. Whatever they do with it can't really be any more of a lame non-event than Invisible War.

Posted by Cornman89

Loving the aesthetic so far. Nail the open-ended gameplay stuff and we may have a hit on our hands.

Posted by Napalm

Where's the fuckin' gameplay footage?

Posted by RVonE

Reminds me of the scene where Deckard meets Rachel.
Posted by garion333

"It's a prequel." That's about as definitive as you can get.

Edited by Toxin066

This game looks pretty dang good. Should I play through the first two again before picking it up? Or hope that they have a previously on Deus Ex to refresh my old brain?

Posted by KainCarver

Mate i've seen a fae of these guys from Eidos interviewed and everytime they just come across as super nice & super excited about being on this project. Can't wait to part with some $$$ to pick this gem up.

Posted by Lydian_Sel
@DukeTogo said:
" Is either of the Denton brothers in the game?  These are the questions you need to ask. "
I'd say it's unlikely you'll see any mention of JC, Paul, or anything to do with Alex being that this game is set roughly 30 years before the first one, for the sake of fan service though they could easily throw in another character named Denton or even an older character like Gunther Herman or Stanton Dowd. 
 
If anything you'll probably see more about the establishment of UNATCO & some of the crazy corporations that recur in the series, as well as the gradual shift from cybernetics to biomods that was topical in the original game. And judging by all the Icarus references Human Revolution seems to be throwing out you could assume that stuff will tie in to the first game also.
Posted by blaakmawf

I'm fuckin' stoked for this game. 

Posted by Magris

+1 for reppin' Ghost in the Shell.

Posted by I_love_Eva_Braun

I like the part when he says Black and Gold 

Posted by BergDK

Two things I'm worried about...

Is it still First Person?

And have square enix had any influence on the gameplay?!!!! 

Posted by Dustpan

This guy is "stoked"

Posted by jakob187

The CGI trailer stuff looks fancy.  Definitely a style that no one else has.  Very interested.

Posted by Dustpan
@BergDK said:
"

Two things I'm worried about...

Is it still First Person?

And have square enix had any influence on the gameplay?!!!! 

"
Yes, it's a first person shooter.
Posted by BergDK
@JustTheDoctor:
Awesome... Hopefully Square Enix is only involved in cutscenes...
Posted by kitsune_conundrum

Ghost in the Shell!!

Posted by Lind_L_Taylor

Dunno.  I'm reserving judgment for this game.

Posted by Oginam

I've never played the games in this series. After seeing this, I'm wondering if I should. Thoughts?

Posted by Zlimness

I don't really see the renaissance influences here. Looks more like a baroque aesthetic than anything. But as long as the game is as good as the first, they can call it whatever they want.

Posted by JackSukeru

This might be...good? 
 
I have no prior experience with the Deus Ex franschise, which I'm thinking will actually benefit me in case I decide to try it out.

Posted by KnifeySpoony

Love the music they used for the trailer.

Posted by rottendevice

Definitely getting a Blade Runner vibe from the footage.  Not that I'm complaining.  It looks fantastic. :)

Posted by bigall94

These videos and every bit of info released make me feel like I HAVE to go back and play through Deux Ex again. But everytime I try, the story and atmosphere hook me, but it's gotten a little too dated for me. Really unfortunate. That's why I'm excited for this game.

Posted by iGaboru

It's amazing to see a real renaissance of talented developers revamping old franchises and building upon what made them great. 

Posted by ThePantheon

Oh god Deus Ex is the best PC game ever.. and this is shaping up to actually respect it. I just hope the PC "port" is .. servicable.

Posted by DiscoDuck8k

Pretty interested to see where they take this, it's looking good so far.

Posted by Brazzle
@Oginam said:
" I've never played the games in this series. After seeing this, I'm wondering if I should. Thoughts? "
The first Deus Ex game is still my favourite PC game of all time, every couple years or so I break it out and play it. As a shooter it doesn't hold up all that well, but I imagine one could still come to it fresh now and appreciate the open ended way you can accomplish goals, as well as the setting and characters.
Posted by Slab64
@Lydian_Sel said:

" @DukeTogo said:

" Is either of the Denton brothers in the game?  These are the questions you need to ask. "

I'd say it's unlikely you'll see any mention of JC, Paul, or anything to do with Alex being that this game is set roughly 30 years before the first one, for the sake of fan service though they could easily throw in another character named Denton or even an older character like Gunther Herman or Stanton Dowd.   If anything you'll probably see more about the establishment of UNATCO & some of the crazy corporations that recur in the series, as well as the gradual shift from cybernetics to biomods that was topical in the original game. And judging by all the Icarus references Human Revolution seems to be throwing out you could assume that stuff will tie in to the first game also. "
Supposedly Gunther is in the trailer...anyway, that's what my friend claimed, I didn't notice him.

 Also, I'm convinced that the devs must have been listening to this throughout the entire process of making this game.
 
Posted by MeatSim

I am ready to see some gameplay now.

Posted by Oginam
@Brazzle:  cool, thanks
 
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@zlimness
said:

"I don't really see the renaissance influences here. Looks more like a baroque aesthetic than anything. But as long as the game is as good as the first, they can call it whatever they want. "



 
 
 
I don't want to nitpick, but I saw some of the influence in his dream sequence and in the clothing. Slow it down and watch it again. Also, he's right about anatomy, especially if they're looking at Italian influence a la Da Vinci. Privileged citizens (read: wealthy politicians) used to go to dissections of bodies, especially in Florence. The Renaissance was very obsessed with the body, although there was a great deal of romanticizing of the body. I went to a guest lecturer here at the U a few months back; the speaker focused on Renaissance art and the body. =D  
 
Renaissance artists were obsessed about angles and mathematically representing the body. That may indeed relate to a cyberpunk world where science has become organic.
 
The speaker was Ricardo De Mambro Santos and he teaches at Willamette University in Oregon.
Posted by Shimakaze

Yay for GitS! Called it! :-P

Posted by Zeninnnnnnnn
@Earthborn said:
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@zlimness
said:

"I don't really see the renaissance influences here. Looks more like a baroque aesthetic than anything. But as long as the game is as good as the first, they can call it whatever they want. "

   I don't want to nitpick, but I saw some of the influence in his dream sequence and in the clothing. Slow it down and watch it again. Also, he's right about anatomy, especially if they're looking at Italian influence a la Da Vinci. Privileged citizens (read: wealthy politicians) used to go to dissections of bodies, especially in Florence. The Renaissance was very obsessed with the body, although there was a great deal of romanticizing of the body. I went to a guest lecturer here at the U a few months back; the speaker focused on Renaissance art and the body. =D   Renaissance artists were obsessed about angles and mathematically representing the body. That may indeed relate to a cyberpunk world where science has become organic. The speaker was Ricardo De Mambro Santos and he teaches at Willamette University in Oregon. "
I love you Giant Bomb.
Posted by larryrules138

As a huge fan of the original (and even Invisible War once I gave it a good chance) I can't wait for this. The ending of the video got me especially pumped with the soundtrack and all. I really, really hope they can pull this off.

Posted by gosukiller
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Posted by kozmo7

As a Deus Ex fan.. I can't wait to see more. I hope this turns out fantastic.

Posted by hoyle1911

Oh man I want this to be good.  Nailed the mood and atmosphere so far, and I like the influences from Ghost in the Shell, Bladerunner, and anime mecha.  Keeping my fingers crossed that it holds a candle to the first game.  Let's all just forget Invisible War ever existed. 

Edited by paulunga

I find it strange that even though this is set before the other Deus Ex games the actual tech, the implants etc. seem to be MORE advanced.

Posted by TsuHai

This guy looks like from a cyberpunk-future himself

Posted by MulletStorm

So looking forward to this

Posted by Balaamsafe

I am more excited for this game than anything else on the immediate horizon.

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