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The gents at Eidos have revealed a brand new gameplay and story trailer for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. Within you’ll get to see an array of new weapons, from built in plasma weapons to something that appears to be some kind of sonic device. It also sounds like Adam Jensen’s voice actor, Elias Toufexis, has gotten a better grasp of the character. He still sounds like the Jensen of the first game but I detected more hints of subtle emotion. It doesn’t help that he sounds less like a stereotypical ten-packs-a-day-smoking-badass (if marginally).
Eidos seems to have been listening to our reactions to our reactions to Human Revolution and took action on them. Even if this game keeps the obnoxiously awful boss fights, it has the potential to be the best game in a storied franchise. I look forward to its February 2016 release.
Director Paul Feig (Freaks and Geeks, Undeclared) had a few choice words this week for the typical comment-section crowd regarding the new female-led Ghostbusters cinematic universe:
‘The only way I could ruin your childhood is if I got into a time machine and went back and made you an orphan.’
In other news, Rocket Punch Radio is reporting record sales of burn cream for the week of March 9th, 2015. We here would also like to politely ask the Internet to Hakuna their Tatas. This is not the first time the Boys in Grey have seen help from the other gender. In the cartoon and the comics, Janine Melnitz strapped on the unlicensed nuclear accelerator (likely because Bustin’ made her feel good). Likewise in the comics, and later cartoons we had Kylie Griffin, and in the comics alone there was Detective Ortiz.
And of course, we also had the Female Player Character available in the PS2 and Wii version of Ghostbusters: The Video Game doin’ it before it was cool. I don’t blame you for not believing me. No one bought those versions (and for good reason. They were a buggy mess, despite the nice visual aesthetic). But just take down below, where you can find her slugging it away with a pretty pesky poltergeist.
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