Any Deus Ex fans out there?

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Anyone else as pumped for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided as I am? Like I'm so pumped I don't want to watch any trailers for fear of ruining the experience when I play it. I want it to be like a slap in the face as I sneak around and drop people as Adam Jensen again.

What if you took Auron from FF and added augments. You get Adam Jensen.
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Yeah, looks p neat so far
you awoke in a burning paperhouse
from the infinite fields of dreamless sleep

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I absolutely love System Shock 2.
I liked Deus Ex: Human Revolution because it was pretty much the closest we'll ever get to a new System Shock.
I mean unless you count like Bioshock, but they are so different.

So I guess I have very minor levels of hype for this game. Like a 13/100 on the old hype meter.

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I never played system shock though I've looked at it several times in the steam store. I loved Deus Ex: Human Revolution because it combined robotics, stealth, and firefights into an RPG feeling game and the story is actually one that has you captivated for the full ride. Bioshock isn't quite the same, it's great and I loved all three but I wouldn't put it in the same genre. Though they are both sci-fi, one has a historic feel while the other futuristic. Perhaps it's my interest in future technologies that drives me to say so.
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Well the thing is, it all gets complicated. liek rlly complicated
Here's the basics of what I understand.

System Shock is created.
The people who made System Shock 1 can't make a 2 so they make Deus Ex.
System Shock 2 is created.
EA get the rights to System Shock (or already had them?), they don't do anything with it because they're the worst piece of shit company ever.
Person or peoples who created System Shock 2 can't make 3 so they move on and make Bioshock (1, 2 and Inf).
EA possibly uses their rights for System Shock to make Dead Space. (idk)

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I think you speak the truth.
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