nubb:

Team Sarif!

O.O

So that’s what a Sarif Industries holiday party looks like…

pillowsketch:

GiTS x DX:HR

royal-hellhounds:

The 
            Hellhound

Credit goes to SallibyG-Ray on DeviantArt

Jensen gingerly walking through total destruction like 'Oh look there's some candy over there.'

royal-hellhounds:

The 

            Hellhound

Credit goes to SallibyG-Ray on DeviantArt

Jensen gingerly walking through total destruction like 'Oh look there's some candy over there.'

gigiwilkins:

this smug motherfucker with his snide comments and his beautiful face

maxkennedy24:

Deus Ex Human Revolution - Adam x Frank

maxkennedy24:

Deus Ex Human Revolution - Adam x Frank

Frank: Got it. And, Jensen— don't get yourself killed. Okay?
Adam: Aw, Francis, I didn't know you cared.
Frank: Don't flatter yourself. I care about the security of this company. You getting yourself killed compromises that. So don't be stupid.
kikko-punch:

tireeeeed u_u can’t draw 

kikko-punch:

tireeeeed u_u can’t draw 

deus-ex-archive:

Original link: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/predators-writer-boards-deus-movie-720314

Yes, it is legit.

CBS Films has tapped Predators writer Michael Finch to work on Deus Ex, its adaptation of the acclaimed video game.

Roy Lee and Adrian Askarieh are producing.

Deus Ex, a Square Enix game that was introduced in 2000, spawned a sequel and a prequel, racking up awards and millions in sales. A new game titled Deus Ex: Universe is up next.

The movie is taking its cues from origin-oriented Deus Ex: Human Revolution and focuses on Adam Jensen, an ex-SWAT security specialist who undergoes mechanical augmentation in order to unravel a global conspiracy.

Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill previously worked on the script. Derrickson was initially attached to direct but is now working on Doctor Strange for Marvel.

John Middleton is exec producing Deus Ex.

On top of writing Predators, Finch worked on Hitman: Agent 47, the reboot of the video game adaptation that stars Rupert Friend. The action movie hits theaters Feb. 27, 2015, and is getting a presentation at Comic-Con. He also worked on American Assassin for CBS Films.

My take: This sounds rather interesting. If they stay true to the world and characters of the video game, then this will be a pleasant experience for DX fans. I just hope that the actor can get Jensen’s persona correct, even down to his voice and mannerisms. The same goes for the rest of the characters. Otherwise, watching through the entire duration of the movie is just going to be…uncomfortable.

Heh, I missed the news that the script had changed hands. And I don’t think Deus Ex: Universe is the name of the actual next game as the reporter cites, but is instead supposed to be the umbrella term for all the upcoming interconnected games and media Eidos has planned for the franchise. Everyone seems to be constantly confused by it. :P

jivvin:

There’s, like, a lot of orange villains in games lately, idk.

So they took my orange … . >:(