Jean-Francois Dugas, the Director of Edios Montreal, grabs a controller and takes you through three minutes of the game. Even better is that this is not a hand picked blood bath, he starts in a public lab area with civilians wandering around, which he has to find a way in. Stealth melee takedowns are shown, as well as the ability to drag unconcious bodies to a hidden area to ensure you are not given away by a trail of corpses. Unfortunately since they are playing the console version it is difficult to say what the PC interface will be like but it seems that the contextual menus may have been done better than many console/PC releases. Check out the full preview at Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN!
"Check it out. Here are twelve (count ‘em!) minutes of hot Deus Ex: Human Revolution footage, courtesy of the overflowing infinite video vat at IGN. Eidos Montreal Director Jean-Francois Dugas shows us around a section of the game located in “Tai Young Medical”, where Jensen is on a critical mission to collect some information from a data core. Why is it always a data core? It’s never data-lollipops or data-bears… Hmm."
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