- Oct 20, 2008
"What a shame." oh! oh! better yet! "He never asked for this..."
To be fair, he didn't say there wasn't violence in Deus Ex. It was just meant to feel uncomfortable. Which is bull.rhizhim said:
no violence in deus ex whatsoever...
rhizhim said:no ultra - violence in deus ex whatsoever...
But guys he's not part of the Human Revolution dev team, or at least the article doesn't say so. He says he left Eidos in 2004.Caffeine_Bombed said:To be fair, he didn't say there wasn't violence in Deus Ex. It was just meant to feel uncomfortable. Which is bull.
What part of a guy with blades in his arms pulling fancy moves is uncomfortable???
Come on that's merely by association, Disney didn't make make Marvel Zombies. But I agree that his comments on Disney lacks merit considering how much they've had to censor original works of literature (Sleeping Beauty, Hunchback of Notre Dame) in order to make them kid friendly and how often they've killed off children's mothers in their work.FelixG said:Yep disney has nothin to do with violence. nope.
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And he failed horribly in making me uncomfortable with the violence in deus ex.
You, my friend have hit the point perfectly I couldn't agree more.Saulkar said:As long as violence is given context I do not mind it. When it is simply added for the sake of being there or even for the purpose of glorification, then that is where I simply turn my back to it and do not give it the time of day.
Yeah it's from Marvel Zombies 4 (which finished 3 months before the Disney acquisition according to wikipedia). But your point on Deadpool Corps and other recent comics still stands.FelixG said:Actually if I recall correctly (And there is a fair chance I am mistaken) that scene is from the more recent Deadpool Corps which was created nearly a year after Disney bought Marvel. So if my memory is serving me well that scene was created under the disney flag.
Yeah, I can get behind this.rhizhim said:okay let me revisit this:
better? no? how about this then.
Warren Spector was project leader for the original deus ex. It's had two games since he left. You can't blame him for the direction they took the sequels in.rhizhim said:
no ultra - violence in deus ex whatsoever...