Dancing mini-games! An 12-hour dating sim! None of these things are in the "Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut." Still, you can hear some of the ambitions Eidos Montreal had for making the Wii U GamePad a natural extension of cyborg hero Adam Jensen.
Wii U owners: you might want to check out this video just to see how the developer has adapted the game to Nintendo's console, specifically their desire to make the GamePad Jensen's neuro hub--the interface between the "Deus Ex" hero, his augmentations, and the external world. Using the touchscreen, players can hack terminals and machines, toss back thrown grenades, and engage in "augmented sniping" (whatever that means).
The "Director's Cut" will also feature enhanced graphics, refined boss battles that will not just favor the combat-minded, and new level layouts.
"Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut" will be out sometime later this year on the Wii U.
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