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Augs Lives Matter slogan an "unfortunate coincidence"

Deus Ex brand marketer defends use while Bioware's Manveer Heir criticizes the developer's controversial language choice

Deus Ex delayed six months

Eidos Montreal pushes Mankind Divided back to August, needs more time to meet developer's standards

Taking Deus Ex beyond the core

Global brand director explains the strategy behind mysterious Twitch campaign to announce Mankind Divided

Layoffs at Eidos Montreal

Square Enix cuts dozens of developers from studio behind Thief reboot

Eidos Montreal GM resigns

Stephane D'Astous departs, citing irreconcilable differences with Square Enix management, lack of leadership, courage, and communication.

Warren Spector on Deus Ex: Human Revolution: "I screamed at the television as I played"

What does the designer of the original Deus Ex really think of Human Revolution?

Eidos Montreal to double headcount to 680

Publisher settles on expanding existing team rather than creating new studio

Critical Consensus: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

A worthy sequel to the 2000 classic - just don't mention the boss battles

Inside Canada's Talent War

Under the skin of a development utopia, where staff poaching happens on a weekly basis

Square Enix to open new Canadian studio for next wave of consoles

Location to be decided in May; At least 100 employees to prepare for new games hardware

Deus Ex: Franchise Evolution

Deus Ex 3's writer on the WGA, preorder exclusives and why games writing is a team effort

Games writing "doesn't always get recognition it should"

"A game story is written by everyone on the team," says Deus Ex writer

Eidos Montreal's Stephane D'Astous

The GM discusses collaborating with Square Enix on Deus Ex: Human Revolution

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