The eBooks scattered throughout Deus Ex: Human Revolution will allow you unlock the 'Doctorate' achievement and this three part Achievement Hunter segment will help you track them down. There are 29 of them hidden throughout the game and you'll be rewarded with 200 XP each time you find one.
While the final boss in Deus Ex: Human Revolution might be easier than the rest, it's not saying much given the difficulty of the bosses throughout the rest of the game. If you're looking for some tips on how to easily beat the Hyron Project boss fight in Deus Ex, take a look at this tutorial from Giant Bomb.
This two part segment from Giant Bomb takes you through the 'Cloak and Daggers' sidequest available in Deus Ex: Human Revolution. To begin the sidequest, you will need to speak with the undercover cop, Jenny. She is located in the northern area of the Detroit and will ask you to uncover information on a crooked cop named O'Malley.
In this two part segment, all of the eBook collectibles locations in Deus Ex: Human Revolution are revealed. Reading all 29 of the books in a single play through of the game allows you to unlock the 'Doctorate' achievement on the Xbox 360--so find those books and get to reading!
Once you have access to the Detroit City Hub in Deus Ex: Human Revolution, it's possible to unlock a secret achievement dubbed 'Balls' on the Xbox 360 version of the game. This Giant Bomb walkthrough will help you locate the basketball hoop you'll need to earn the achievement with, and give you a little tip on how to easily get the ball through the hoop.
The second boss fight in Deus Ex: Human Revolution can be a tricky one. Take a look at this guide from Giant Bomb on how to beat Yelena Federova, the Mantis quick and easy. Make sure that you listen to the AI throughout the fight as well. It will be providing you with some tips of its own.
The Lesser Evils side quest is accessible immediately after completing the factory hostage mission at the start of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. This Giant Bomb tutorial will take you through the mission, which involves breaking into an apartment building complex and hacking into a computer to uncover the location of a video.
One of the many achievements that you can unlock while playing Deus Ex: Human Revolution on the Xbox 360 is the 'Yes Boss' achievement. In order to earn it, you'll need to talk to Sarif in his penthouse shortly after taking down the hitman squad. Pick the right dialogue options and those extra G's will be yours.
Did you know that in Deus Ex: Human Revolution there's a hidden rocket launcher hidden in Derelict Row? While there are many different panths into the area, this Game Front video presents you with a simple one that will allow you to find and use a rocket launcher to your heart's content.
If you want to enter the police station armory in Detroit while playing Deus Ex: Human Revolution, you either need to have enough credits to afford it, or you need a high hacking skill. This video from Game Front will allow you to skip both of those requirements by giving you the password to the armory so you can take all the weapons you want.
There are many different achievements in the Xbox 360 version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution that are unlockable via dialogue options. To earn 'The Last Straw' achievement, you will need to convince Isaiah Sandoval not to commit suicide. This walkthrough should help you pick the right responses.
If you're playing Deus Ex: Human Revolution on the Xbox 360, you can unlock the 'Ladies Man' achievement during the Corporate Warfare side quest. You will need to have the social enhancer augmentation to obtain the achievement. This guide will help you sweet talk the woman character until she provides you with the information you need.
The 'Kervorkian Complex' achievement is only accessible while playing the Acquaintances Forgotten side quest in Deus Ex: Human Revolution on the Xbox 360. During the dialogue options, you'll need to continue to agree with Brent Radford until he allows you to kill him with morphine--at this point the achievement will unlock.
If you're trying to be a pacifist or a good soul in Deus Ex: Human Revolution, check out this guide on how to save Malik without killing anyone. It will really help if you have the Cloak 3 augmentation for the added chemical resistance.
There are many different achievements unlockable in Deus Ex: Human Revolution, but this guide walks you specifically through earning 'The Throwdown'. This is a dialogue achievement that requires you to convince a politician to tell the truth. We all know how hard an achievement like that could be, so look at this walkthrough to learn which dialogue options to pick to sway him.
Beating Jaron Namir can be a somewhat difficult if you do not have the right weapons. This guide will help you learn how to defeat the Deus Ex: Human Revolution boss so that you can earn 'The Snake' achievement on the Xbox 360 and trophy on the PS3.
If you're trying to make sense of the complicated augmentations feature of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, you're not alone. There are a lot of different augmentation categories to choose from, and the menu can be a little convoluted. Thankfully, this tutorial will help teach you how to learn and upgrade different abilities for use in the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC versions of the game.
If you're on the first mission of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, you can unlock the 'Ghost' achievement by entering the building from a special direction. Take a look at this guide to find out where you need to head in the manufacturing plant to get this achievement on the Xbox 360.
The first boss of Deus Ex: Human Revolution can be fairly frustrating to beat if you aren't prepared. Take a look at this walkthrough on the fight to discover what weapons are useful and how to defeat him on the Xbox 360 version of the game.
With the release of the Pixel 2 XL and the iPhone X, smartphones have hit a new high not just in price, but also raw processing power. These new flagships not only cost more than twice as much as an Xbox One or PlayStation 4, they have also become almost as powerful as far as gaming goes. Because of this, a lot of games once reserved for consoles and PCs have made their way to our smartphones.
When developing for the HoloLens, keeping a constant 60 fps (frames per second) while making things look beautiful is a challenge. Balancing the processing power to display complex models and keeping the frame rate where it needs is just a straight up painful process, but a solution seems to be on the horizon.
It always looks different when it's not about you. The Internet is our world's Alterego. Those many bits don't really make sense unless we want them to be valuable, to mean something.
E3 is around the corner and new game information is being leaked or revealed everywhere. Deus Ex was a huge hit a long time ago. Think Bladerunner. The trailer actually looks amazing and it's obviously all cgi. I've seen actual in game screen shots, and it looks ok. I'll wait till the gameplay videos come out before making any judgements.
About a decade ago, Deus Ex came out to rave reviews. Except this guy Tom Chick hated it. And said so, in a pretty blunt manner.
From the upcoming game Deus Ex 3, here is an in game screen shot. Oh boy this is going to throw the Tea Party in a tiffy! The original shot (the poster is in the upper left corner):
Deus Ex: Human Revolution (DX:HR) was the biggest AAA release two weeks ago, which has drawn rave reviews and sold well across the entire world. But if you've actually played the game, then you've seen something annoying that it and many other games share. It happens at the beginning of the game—every time you turn it on.
Here is our entry for the Greek building contest. It is a model of the theater at Epidaurus. Here are our favorite images and descriptions out of those we used to build it: 1 2 3 4
The last week has been a trying one for me. On Sunday, there were four computers in my office, three of which were broken. The fourth was not really a computer, but more of a collection of parts that were cobbled together for the purpose of constructing a PC that would sneer derisively at the mere mention of turning down any game's ambient occlusion settings.
Ok, so you've memorized the list of valid 2-letter words, but when challenged after playing one, can you smugly demonstrate your dominating intellect by spouting out the proper definition?
No matter what word game you're playing, whether it's Scrabble or one of its near-homogeneous counterparts like Lexulous, Wordfeud or Words with Friends, one of the easiest ways to stay on top of your opponent is knowing all of the legal two-letter words you can play. You're not going to win by only playing two-letter words, but there are definitely occasions when the game could slip from your hands by not playing them.