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Liz Maas
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut For Wii U Confirmed
Complete with reworked boss fights which will induce less rage. Hopefully.
03.20.13 - 6:42 PM

Just a day after an Amazon listing outed the game's existence, Square Enix made Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut for the Wii U official. What's more, this version will actually address players' biggest gripe about Eidos Montréal's first project: The boss battles, which were downright frustrating if you didn't build protagonist Adam Jensen's augmentations for a combat-heavy playstyle. Yes, that means the bosses are defeatable by Adams who are more of the stealth and/or hacking type.

Other additions include Tonge's rescue mission and The Missing Link, which were DLC on other platforms. Using the Wii U GamePad, you can hack, snipe, do map editing and more, and this being a Director's Cut, you'll have access to features like developer commentaries. The game will get tweaks and updates in terms of combat, AI, and visuals.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut for Wii U does not yet have a release date, but if you're attending this week's PAX East you can check out the title at booth #848.


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