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PEGI says Deus Ex coming to PS3 soon

UPDATE: Square Enix confirms, reveals release date.

Latest update: Deus Ex, Conflict Desert Storm 2 and Conflict Vietnam will be released on the EU PlayStation Store over the coming weeks, Square Enix has now confirmed.

Deus Ex will launch on 16th May for £7.99, while Conflict Desert Storm 2 will follow on 23rd May for the same price. Conflict Vietnam launches on 30th May for £5.49.

The trio of titles follow the launch of Just Cause, available today in the latest EU PlayStation Store update.

Update: "We can't comment on rumour or speculation," Square Enix has told Eurogamer.

Original story: The original Deus Ex may be coming to PlayStation 3 - and soon.

That's what PEGI said.

The chances are that it's a PSN re-release of the PS2 port, Deus Ex: The Conspiracy.

The evidence was supplied by PEGI, the European age ratings body, which doesn't tend to be too far off the mark.

The listing is for Deus Ex, age-rated 16, on PS3.

Square Enix's new Deus Ex game, Human Revolution, was age rated 18 - as was its Missing Link expansion.

The PS2 port of Deus Ex arrived two years after the PC original, flaunting various cosmetic touch-ups. Given its age, the game's impact wasn't as great. But, as Eurogamer's Deus Ex PS2 review concluded, it's "still an amazing, immersive and downright life-stealing game".

Fast-forward to 2011 and to Deus Ex: Human Revolution expansion Missing Link.

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