Deus Ex: The Fall launches today on PC for just $10

Deus Ex: The Fall

By on March 19, 2014 at 11:20 am

The Fall, another game set in the universe of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, has now arrived on Steam.

Originally designed for tablets, The Fall was well received and picked up a number of awards, and has finally been ported over to its rightful* platform. It’s been upgraded with improved AI, better graphics, Steam achievements and even controller support.

If you purchase The Fall, you’ll also get Deus Ex: Game of the Year edition for free. Sweet. Get it on Steam here.

*For a given value of “rightful”

4 comments (Leave your own)

i heard this is a mobile game ported to pc? and seen alot of people hating it on the steam forums too :/

 

lol, steam forums are like youtube comments. Steer clear and make your own judgement.
$10, not much to ask for eh?

 

$10? I spent more on beer last night. I don’t get where people will slam an indie game for been $15 – $20 and then go get written off at a pub on the weekend for 2 to 3 times that.

 

xanarax,

Because anyone who charges money for games is trying to destroy the industry. Clearly.

 
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