03-02-2015, 04:29 PM
I own this but havent played it yet. So without any major spoilers does it end on cliffhanger?
03-02-2015, 04:41 PM
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Originally Posted by neonbible View Post
I own this but havent played it yet. So without any major spoilers does it end on cliffhanger?
Indeed, in a BIG one
04-09-2015, 10:57 AM
Well the trailer for the new game Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was released yesterday, it's for PC/Console, but the good news is, this means the IP is still being cared about which could result in one of three scenarios:

A) They're either going to set a team aside to work on this game, or pull developers from the full team, since mobile games have become once again advertisements for their console counterparts, which actually make money. I feel this is least likely to happen since the games been ignored for so long, but NBA Jams gaveme hope.
B) They're going to release a new app, which hopefully is similiar to 'The Fall' or it could be more watered down since premium, "Console Experience" titles don't do as well as fremium.
C) They just let it die and we never see another Deus Ex mobile game. This scenario makes me sad because it would suck, and is most likely to happen.

They could always go the OverKill 3 route, but I really hope not. Deus Ex: The Fall is one of the few shooters on mobile that felt incredible to play, and thats saying a lot since it was released a while ago.

This thread is dead, and I'm assuming nobody cares at this point, but I had such a great experience playing this game and I hope we get some sort of sequel.
04-09-2015, 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by justplainjay View Post
Well the trailer for the new game Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was released yesterday, it's for PC/Console, but the good news is, this means the IP is still being cared about which could result in one of three scenarios:

A) They're either going to set a team aside to work on this game, or pull developers from the full team, since mobile games have become once again advertisements for their console counterparts, which actually make money. I feel this is least likely to happen since the games been ignored for so long, but NBA Jams gaveme hope.
B) They're going to release a new app, which hopefully is similiar to 'The Fall' or it could be more watered down since premium, "Console Experience" titles don't do as well as fremium.
C) They just let it die and we never see another Deus Ex mobile game. This scenario makes me sad because it would suck, and is most likely to happen.

They could always go the OverKill 3 route, but I really hope not. Deus Ex: The Fall is one of the few shooters on mobile that felt incredible to play, and thats saying a lot since it was released a while ago.

This thread is dead, and I'm assuming nobody cares at this point, but I had such a great experience playing this game and I hope we get some sort of sequel.
Same, though after playing Human Revoultion on PC, it's pretty obvious this game had some big flaws, but I love it none-the-less for introducing me to the franchise.
04-09-2015, 11:58 AM
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Such a shame it never got updated with MFi support.I got it for one buck but never played it,was always hoping for controller support...guess i'll just play Deus Ex on my 360 again.
04-09-2015, 01:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Pocketnova View Post
Same, though after playing Human Revoultion on PC, it's pretty obvious this game had some big flaws, but I love it none-the-less for introducing me to the franchise.
The franchise is 15 years old, and funny enough it was the first Deus Ex game I played too. It ddefinitely got me interested in the series.

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Originally Posted by Crabman View Post
Such a shame it never got updated with MFi support.I got it for one buck but never played it,was always hoping for controller support...guess i'll just play Deus Ex on my 360 again.
Play it anyway. The touch controls are some of the best for mobile even though the game is a few years old.