Most of the team responsible for Deus Ex: Human Revolution is working on the sequel.
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Eidos Montreal loses its leader as it continues work on 2014 release Thief.
Deus Ex: The Fall faithfully brings the FPS/RPG melding gameplay of Human Revolution to iOS devices.
Nintendo showed off Batman: Arkham Origins, Assassin’s Creed 4, and more in its E3 video
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Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead reinforces the importance of mature storytelling. Should developers take note and stop placing so much emphasis on action over narratives?
We’ve heard of developers hiring economists and military consultants for their games before, so why not scientists, too?
Everyone has a list of really important games they just haven’t played, so we tricked some of the most influential people in the industry into revealing their piles of shame.
If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best games stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed.
CBS Films adapts the popular cyberpunk role-playing game into film in conjunction with developer Eidos-Montreal and publisher Square Enix. Producers Adrian Askarieh and Roy Lee sign on to the project.
You voted, and now we have a list of the 10 greatest prequels in gaming history.
Acclaimed Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima says that the franchise’s primary protagonist isn’t quite done with war just yet and could appear in Metal Gear Solid 5.
Square Enix reported a profit for its fiscal year that ended March 31 thanks to sales of its Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Deus Ex: Human Revolution titles.
The recently-revealed God of War: Ascension proves that prequels will continue to be an attractive way for developers to extend the life of a series without having to worry about the consequences and story concerns that come with making a sequel. Still, this announcement made us wonder which release is the greatest prequel in gaming history.
The summer has been something of a nightmare for the sales of video games in U.S. retail stores. In August, the trend continued as overall retail game sales fell 23 percent from a year ago, according to market researcher NPD Group.
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Game retailer GameStop is handing out $50 gift cards as an apology to gamers who bought PC copies of Deus Ex: Human Revolution after the retailer pulled coupons from the boxes for free versions of the game from cloud gaming service OnLive.
GameStop has removed all PC copies of the Deus Ex Human Revolution game from its stores after the company was caught opening new copies and removing a coupon from cloud gaming service OnLive, according to an Ars Technica report.
Video game retailer GameStop has admitted to removing coupons from boxed PC versions of Deus Ex: Human Revolution for free versions of the game on cloud gaming provider OnLive.
When it comes to science fiction worlds in the video game industry, there are just too many of them. For new video game creators, it’s getting harder to be innovative in the art design.
With the video game industry’s largest trade show over, it’s time to wrap up some of the highlights. We’ll start with the biggest surprises that VentureBeat’s Dean Takahashi and I saw at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Fresh takes on old franchises are back in style. But rebooting a beloved classic franchise that died a decade ago without missing a beat is a tall order.