Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (PC/PS4/XB1) [Update: Big images in OP]

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Who do people insist on posting screenshots of Human Revolution that makes the game look terrible?

It had some pretty nice graphics. In fact it had great graphics.





It did not have great graphics. It came out the same year as Crysis 2, Rage, Uncharted 3, and Arkham City, and looked very dated next to those. In motion, it especially is disjointed, with Jensen having very floaty first person movement, and environments being quite flat in appearance due to a lack of effects and limited parallax.

It's been my go-to example of immediately dated graphics since it released. I'm surprised you can't see how flat everything looks in the second picture, and I have seen that third one referred to as modded.

These new bullshots don't even look cutting edge. Looks worse in color and lighting than Battlefield 4 single player.
 
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What is going on with her shoes? Lol but the game looks amazing so far.
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Practicing for the furry convention.
Oh. Oh no. Nooooooppeee.

Similar concept to Yelena from DXHR:
True! Forgot about her mecha-legs.

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Well, almost everything they have shared about the game so has a positive ring about it. Been burned too many times to even consider pre-order but day 2-3, once reviews are out and we know there are no surprises why not. Really looking forward to it.

God I hope they give some more graphics options this time around. Not a big fan of the amber filter...
 

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Wonder if the game is far enough along that when they show gameplay for the first time they won't need to fake it :p
 
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Just realized: I hope Pritchard will be back somehow. His arguments with Jensen were awesome on both sides and I thought they really built an interesting relationship over the course of the first game.

Of course, Malik and Megan should be in, too. Now that I'm thinking,.. as much as I'm looking forward to new characters, I really really like HRs characters. Even years after. A cameo of Sarif or Eilza would be awesome.
 
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If they can make a good mp component that they're proud of then I'd love to play it.
I dunno why dudes reject the thought of it.
People's attitudes about multiplayer have nothing to do with their sex; I have no idea what you're on about. But if you regularly spout this kind of weird, projecting, borderline-sexist shit, then I can see why you're a junior.
 
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Similar concept to Yelena from DXHR:
Image makes me remember, man why did they spend so much time on the design of these "antagonists" that they give almost NO time to develop.

The first was genius with its treatment of Anna Navarre and Gunther Hermann.

I sure hope they make up for this!
 
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FINALLY.

HR is probably one of my three favorites games of the last generation. I love, love, love every piece of it, the piss filter specially <3. I am just hoping Square doesnt fuck it up with an attempt to "broad" its appeal.

Also, rooting for Michael McCann to compose the soundtrack again. He did an awesome job.
 
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I absolutely LOVED DX:HR, it's my favourite game of last generation and Mankind Divided may very well surpass it if it keeps the good things and improve a few things I didn't particularly like. I've played the original Deus Ex only AFTER I played DX:HR and even though I preferred HR (first love of the series), I still think it's not perfect:

- The "energy bar" for take-downs was dumb.
- Perhaps a little too hand-holding compared to DX1, even when disabling Object Highlights, Objective Locators and Cover/Takedown Prompts.
- It didn't seem to have a lot of those choice and consequences like the original (or at least not without a lot of impact, besides the
"upgrade" chip
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- Compared to the rest of its brilliance, DX:HR had rather sub-par facial animations (the original too, so it's probably "just Deus Ex-ish").
- Vanilla boss fights were absolutely shit-tier in comparison.

Though when all is said and done, I still prefer HR to the original, but if DX:MD is going to look at DX1 and HR for inspiration and improve their respective flaws, I might very well have my game of the generation here.

What would you like to see changed?
 
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Good thing he was extraordinarily voiced in other languages, German for example. One of the few story heavy games I preferred to play localized. God I'm so happy, Jensen is back!
Yeah! VA was pretty good in the Spanish version as well, surprisingly. It's usually terrible. The localization work in general was great.

PS: Yessss Jenseeeen, Deus Ex HR2 yisssss. .
 

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This is going to be 2017, isn't it?

*sobbing*
Shit, that's early.

Not sure if a jab at FFXV or you're serious... D:
Dig at Human Revolution :p. When the game was first demoed to press the AI wasn't functioning. They'd walk patrols but never respond to the player. So the team fake played a stealth playthrough, having to time it with the patrols so it looked legitimate.
 
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Just rewatched the Human Revolution reveal trailer again , one of the best ever reveal trailers , despite none of it being in game.

Deus ex : human revolution is one of my favorite games ever , i am so glad the rumors about being mmo/f2p e.t.c were not true.

This also gives me hope about just cause 3, hitman, and all the other square properties.
 
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I have been waiting for this announcement for a long time coming. Every time SE would set up an ARG or three day reveal I would get excited hoping it was deus ex, until it was revealed that It was some shitty mobile game.

Now I am happy camper, this is really happening and hopefully will fix a lot of the issues with HR, graphical and game play wise
 
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If none of the endings from HR are gonna be cannon how are they gonna go about tying the two together? Are they just gonna retcon the whole ending segment? Cause if I'm remembering that game correctly that would mean rendering a whole lot of the game's plot meaningless.