UPDATE: Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has officially been announced.
Eidos-Montréal teases its upcoming Dawn Engine.
Trademark emerges, tongues wagging.
You watching, Square Enix?
"It's like I'm losing work because Jensen is so popular.
Well, that's a bad start to the squeak.
Director's Cut augmentation available from £3.49.
Next gen title will also spawn smartphone games, books, comics and more.
Use GamePad to access the Neural Hub.
UPDATE: Eidos Montreal issues teaser, full reveal due tomorrow.
But is it a game or a movie?
"There's going to be a new kind of sci-fi film, and it will be cyberpunk, and it will be amazing."
I never asked for this...
Not to be confused with Waitrose Essentials of course.
Something for the weekend?
FEAR 3, Driver: San Francisco, Splinter Cell: Conviction.
Working closely with Eidos Montreal.
Augment your game collection.
UPDATE: Square Enix confirms, reveals release date.
Minimum system requirements revealed.
Tomb Raider, Deus Ex, Just Cause items half price.
I asked for this.
While Dungeon Siege 3 manages 820,000.
Don't blame Grip, blame us.
"All codes will now work perfectly."
Promises solution "ASAP".
Hides questionnaire in illegal preview build.
UPDATE: £8.99 in the UK.
A narrated walkthrough.
Are gaming's greatest villains an endangered species?
Cloud vs. Computer at 720p/max settings
Can OnLive run Deus Ex at 720p60?
Eidos Montreal's Marc-Andre Dufort joins the dots.
Pre-order bonuses pop up on Steam.
Squenix has the answer.
Missing Link add-on detailed.
Made by Eidos Montreal, not as frustrating.
"If you panic, you're going to die."
Mechs game better.
Square Enix notes 89 per cent Metascore.
Full August US hardware, software results.
Augment the game in October.
Square Enix delays launch last minute.
Bodycount bungles into 36th.
The Missing Link due in October.
"There's a potential for social unrest."
Rugby World Cup enters in third.
The truth will change SKU.
The ones we use the most and why.
The future's orange.
Real-world transhumanism explored.
Load times cut by over 50 per cent.
Outdoor areas cause big FPS dips on both versions.
A look at the various post-process AA modes supported.
GameStop pulls PC version from shelves.
Talking you through different ways to play.
Action elements of the game compared on console.
The Xbox 360 takes on the mighty PC version.
The Sony platform up against a top-spec PC.
Console versions compared and there's not much in it.
Are choice-and-consequence systems making our games less interactive?
Just three days away.
Wardrobe augmentation incoming.
The writer of the first Deus Ex games looks forward to Human Revolution.
Deus Ex! Tropico! Inazuma! Rugby!
Praxis makes perfect.
Square Enix avoids augument with fans.
Social and hacking gameplay explained.
Over four minutes of campaign revealed.
Stealthy gameplay sneaks in.
The costs of human augmentation revealed.
For stealth or all out assault.
Western game demos hit Japan.
Uncover the conspiracy next month.
15 Italians in the dock.
Building a convincing future.
UPDATE: It's US/Canada only.
Euthanasia, prostitutes, "sprays" of blood.
Gorgeous futuristic footage lands.
"Up to" 25,000 email addresses obtained.
Hacker claims he's being "framed".
And a "weak" console performance.
Personal data of 80,000 users stolen.
The revolution will be televised.
Ten hours played. Your questions answered.
How does Adam Jensen look on PC?
Broken Sword! Alpha Protocol! Deus Ex!
You'll need to free up 8.5GB.
Too short? Too long? Spot on?
Adam Jensen back in action.
Gunpowder, reason and plot.
Posable Adam Jenson figurine in action.
Adam Jensen action figurine!
Going out on a limb.
Eidos shows how choices alter gameplay.
Eight minutes of mission footage.
Augment in August.
UPDATE: GAME confirms UK date.
Mech it or break it.
Square Enix introduces you to Adam Jenson.
But still a way to go, Deus Ex writers says.
Eidos Montreal's Mary De Marle reveals the tricks of the writing trade.
Squeenix talks "harsh feedback" to key title.
Eidos fuels our excitement.
Bonus game mission! Weapons! Other swag!
Pre-order bonuses revealed.
Jean-Francois Dugas talks through the new footage.
Blades! Robots! Augmentations!
New trailer landing tomorrow, 4pm GMT.
Eidos Montreal demos the game.
"Yeah! Absolutely," says developer.
Cyber renaissance and angular faces.
Think The Day After Tomorrow, with sand.
God out of the machine!
Make your mind up.
Will offer "same FPS/RPG blend" as original.
"It has never been our goal to transform Deus Ex into a shooter."
First gameplay footage.
It's a book by James Swallow.
Fact after fact straight from the cyber-horse's augmented mouth.
The Revolution will not go unscrutinised.
The Human Revolution is coming.
Adam Jensen faces up to conspiracy.
New trailer and analysis with the game's director.
Full, amazing video going live later this week.
The future will have whiskey and cigarettes.
Third game seen in motion at GDC.
Listed on Lara site. Plus: new image.
How a 'Cyber Renaissance' world is made.
Square Enix trademark suggests so.
Eidos puts kaibosh on internet rumours.
Wants to help out on Thief 4 too.
Eidos keen to instantly captivate us.
Details from first magazine preview.
UK production jazz moved to Montreal.
Formats, useful specifics.
Being taken "very seriously".
First title from Eidos Montreal.