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Deus Ex - Human Revolution.

Hop

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I have always loved the Deus Ex series, heres the TGS(Its in Japanese) trailer:

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Tokyo Slim

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J will be happy if this doesn't suck.
 

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I really hope it has the same immersive qualities as the first, with all those great newspaper articles, emails and running commentary on the corruption of UNATCO and rise of the illuminati. That's what made the game a classic for me, as it really fleshed out the story and gave the world a personality and life of its own, almost like a graphic novel.
 

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That and the lemon-lime soda. He wanted orange, but it gave him lemon-lime.
 

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