Dev: Deus Ex: Human Revolution on PC ‘is the One You Should Play’

Jurjen Katsman of Nixxes Software, the developer who worked on the PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, admits to being a little bias, but he still thinks that if you’re going to play DXHR, you should play it on your computer.

That’s what he told Gamespy during an interview, listing off the game’s many high-end features: the fact that Nixxes created a DX11 renderer for the game, adding AMD’s Eyefinity support for multiple monitors and 3DHD capabilities, plus a user interface with controls tailored to the keyboard and mouse.

‘We are obviously a little biased, but for us here at Nixxes, the PC version really is the version you should play. The extra depth you get from 3D or EyeFinity, and the extra crispness of the enhanced resolution, effects, and frame-rate, really give you superior visuals,’ Katsman said.

‘And the speed and accuracy that you get from playing with mouse and keyboard compared with a gamepad, at least for me personally, makes it a pretty easy choice.’

Via CVG.

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2 Comments on Dev: Deus Ex: Human Revolution on PC ‘is the One You Should Play’

Newbie

On August 19, 2011 at 4:21 pm

Jurjen Katsman is being stupid. I am not paying $2000 to have a game maxed out. Mouse and keyboard may be faster and more precise but there’s no point since you will get used to the controllers either way.

Ron Whitaker

On August 22, 2011 at 6:01 am

The argument that “You have to spend $2000″ to have a decent PC is thoroughly laughable. You can build a PC that will max out DXHR for half that. The only reason to spend $2000 is to either go completely overboard on the specs with bleeding edge hardware, or else to have a system with the word Alienware on it somewhere.