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Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review Event - Interviews - by Stephen Meyerink
September 8th, 2011
Download MP3 Steve Szczepkowskii: Sound Director

Our first interview was with the game's sound director, Steve Szczepkowski. Steve was responsible for essentially everything you hear in the world of Human Revolution. Some of his most notable choices include the casting of the gravelly Elias Toufexis as Adam Jensen and the selecting of composer Michael McCann. Check out the audio for the full discussion!
Download MP3 Jean-François Dugas: Game Director

Our chat with director Jean-François Dugas was full of information on the early process of creating the game. We touched on the game's writing, how the story and gameplay were shaped around on another, and even delved into a discussion the game's polarizing boss fights. Check out the interview for that and more!
Download MP3 David Anfossi: Producer

Our final interview was with David Anfossi, producer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. We discussed a variety of topics, including the reception of Invisible War and the art design of the game. Check out this last interview for even more info!


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