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You've only got a few days left to decide whether you care about Deus Ex: The Fall, the first mobile installment in the sci-fi action series. The game will be debuting on July 11th on iOS devices.
Thief is due out in 2014 and, after watching Eidos Montreal Narrative Director Steven Gallagher show off the game during E3 last week, it's easy to see why the game, ahem, stole the show for so many media and industry members.
The Thief reboot is one of the games Square Enix will bring to this year's E3. A new live-action trailer from the publisher provides a formal introduction to Garrett, the master thief at the heart of the game.
Square Enix has recently registered several domains under the label Deusthefall. The game itself will be called Deus Ex: The Fall and a new trailer has gone live. We can expect the full announcement later this week on Thursday. Why Thursday? I'm sure someone nerdier than me has the answer.
If you were hoping for 1080p, 60fps and unbridled amounts of massive physics-based destruction for the early goings of next-gen games, think again. Eidos Montreal has put a pickle in the gears of expectations, knocking down the hopes and dreams of gamers by a peg, after acknowledging that Thief 4 will be relegated to 30fps.
The first trailer for the Thief reboot caused a bit of controversy among fans, who noticed that main character Garrett isn't played by long-time voice actor Stephen Russell. In a new community interview, Eidos Montreal explained why they went with a different actor.
A new set of Thief concept art was released by Nicolas Ferrand, one of the artists that contributed to the stealth game. This art shows various scenes from the City, the metropolis that serves as the central setting.
Eidos Montreal will be releasing the first full trailer for their Thief reboot this week. Today they sent out a brief teaser video to get stealth fans all riled up.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is coming to the Wii U. Eidos Montreal, who developed the previous versions of the game, has announced a Director's Cut edition for Nintendo's new console.
Eidos Montreal is finally ready to show off their new Thief game. As it turns out, it's not Thief 4. Instead, the studio has decided to reboot the dormant stealth series. Their game is simply called Thief.
In the fourth episode of the "The Final Hours of Tomb Raider," gamers get to visit Eidos Montreal. This studio is responsible for creating the multiplayer side of the Tomb Raider reboot.
The first information on Tomb Raider's multiplayer has been published by the Official Xbox Magazine. They confirmed three game modes as well as other features of online play.
The Tomb Raider reboot will have multiplayer. Crystal Dynamics will not be developing it, however. Instead, they've enlisted another studio in the Square Enix family to handle the online play.
Thief 4, the long-awaited continuation of the stealth series, might still be far from release. A new report suggests that the game won't be available during the current generation of consoles.