Deus Ex: Human Revolution delayed in Japan

Posted By | On 06th, Sep. 2011 Under News | Follow This Author @Shubhankar2508


Square Enix has delayed Deus Ex: Human Revolution’s release date in Japan to October, just two days before it could get released. Square reportedly uncovered an area in the game which has visual expressions forbidden by the Japanese rating board (via Adriasang).

Square Enix did not elaborate on what kind of offensive content it was, only that it had to be fixed for the game to be released in Japan.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution was, just like last week, was the highest selling game this week. It was also the highest selling game on the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC this week.

According to reports last week, Human Revolution sold 650,000 units in its opening week. We, personally, think the game deserves all the success it is getting. Have a look at our Xbox 360 and PS3 reviews here, to get two different takes on the game by two different authors.

A new DLC for the game was also recently revealed.


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  • Am I the only one that really disliked this game? My biggest gripe, is they did an absolutely terrible job on the PC Port, and I call it a PC Port, cause all they did was build the game on consoles, and then went, OH FUCK WE NEED A PC VERSION!, QUICK COMPILE IT FOR PC, AND BIND THE MOUSE AND KEYBOARD TO THE CONTROLS!

    The sensitivity was off the charts, I had to turn the game RIGHT down PLUS turn down the DPI on my mouse, just so I could get rid of the horrible tearing that the mouse movement created.

    My other gripe is that they call this an FPS.. no, it is not an FPS, It is a Stealth Based Roleplaying game WITH FPS elements.. What an annoyance to expect one thing, and get something completely different.

    The game felt more like Fallout 3 with some cover mechanics.


 

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